You rang? The super-rich will privatise us all

You rang? The super-rich will privatise us all
Chefs disappear behind the walls of expensive homes in London, Paris and New York. (Image: Getty)
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By Howard Chua-EoanThe vanishings keep on happening. Chefs who have run wonderful restaurants fold their operations and disappear from the world of haute public dining rooms. It’s happened in New York and in London, in my experience. I’m sure you’ve noticed it, too, wherever you are a regular – or were, until the chef up and left.You then hear rumours. So-and-so has been snagged by a billionaire. You see an occasional post on social media clueing you in to said chef’s new lifestyle: no more endless nights bent...

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