ALBERT HENRI ROUX WAS BORN ON 8 OCTOBER 1935 AT SEMUR-EN-BRIONNAIS IN FRANCE.
At the age of 14 he began his life-long passion with the culinary arts as he commenced his career as an apprentice patissier.
Albert Roux's lifetime work as a restauranteur, hotelier, retailer and wholesale manufacturer of foods places him in the forefront of advisors.
DINNER AT INVER LODGE HOTEL IS
Set amid one of the last great unspoiled wildernesses in Europe, the Inver Lodge Hotel offers visitors a tranquil retreat of outstanding natural beauty.
Albert Roux, OBE and Legion d'Honneur, is one of the world's best-known and best-loved chefs. In 1967 he opened Le Gavroche, Britain's first Michelin-starred restaurant, in London.
SINCE THE OUTSET OF 1967, ALBERT ROUX HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN ACHIEVING AND MAINTAINING HIGH CLASSICAL CULINARY STANDARDS.
Many of today's top rated and multi-starred chefs have passed through the Roux kitchens.