French chef Alain Ducasse, owner of Ecole Ducasse, has 21 Michelin stars and specializes in the 16th-century "Cappon Magro" fish salad as a first course.

Gordon Ramsay is a British celebrity chef known for his adrenaline-packed presentations. His chain of restaurants has 17 Michelin stars. Beef Wellington is his hallmark dish.

Heston Blumenthal, known for his unique bacon-and-egg ice cream and three-Michelin-starred UK restaurant, The Fat Duck, specializes in farm-fresh seasonal meals.

Jamie Oliver, a British TV chef, has significantly influenced British children's diets in the 2000s by advocating for fresh, farm-to-table cooking over ready-made meals.

Thomas Keller, an American chef with seven Michelin stars, has won multiple awards and is known for his famous "Oysters and Pearls" seafood dish.

French chef Yannick Alléno, renowned for his 12 Michelin stars, has published numerous recipe books and operates numerous restaurants worldwide, showcasing his culinary expertise.

Anne-Sophie Pic, a French chef with 10 Michelin stars, is known for her "White Millefeuille" and is the fourth female chef with three Michelin stars.

Quique Dacosta, a Michelin-starred chef, Best Spanish Restaurateur, and Fine Arts 2020 Gold Medalist, serves heritage-inspired food.

Marco Pierre White, the first British celebrity chef and three-Michelin-starred chef, gained fame through his global cooking shows and unique recipes inspired by French cuisine.

Hélène Darroze, a fourth-generation chef, has earned six Michelin stars in her three restaurants and has a specialty in food pairings like caviar with sea urchin.