Fred Sirieix is a French maître d'hôtel best known for appearing on Channel 4's First Dates, and BBC Two's Million Pound Menu. Sirieix grew up in Limoges, France and trained to work in front of house in a Michelin-starred restaurant in France before working at La Tante Claire in London. He is currently the general manager of Michelin-starred restaurant Galvin at Windows at the London Hilton. Sirieix is the founder of National Waiters Day, the training tool the Art of Service, and the Galvin Cup and Galvin's Chance charities. He helped to launch the Right Course, which teaches prisoners about the service industry, and has also released a book called First Dates: The Art of Love and a music track, "La Vie Continue". He has been featured in an ITV show, with Gordon Ramsay and Gino D'Acampo, entitled Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip, and Remarkable Places to Eat on BBC Two.
|Born:||January 27, 1972, Limoges, France|
|Employer:||Channel 4, BBC, ITV|
|Known for:||First Dates, Million Pound Menu|
|Twitter:||Fred Sirieix's Twitter profile|
|Instagram:||Fred Sirieix's Instagram profile|
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|IMDb:||Fred Sirieix's IMDb|
About Fred Sirieix
Maître d'hôtel and TV show host who has helmed shows such as Channel 4's First Dates. He released the book First Dates: The Art of Love in 2016. He has over 90,000 followers on his fred_sirieix Instagram account.
He worked in a Michelin-starred restaurant in France before working at La Tante Claire in London.
He has served as general manager of Michelin-starred restaurant Galvin at Windows at the London Hilton. His work inspired him to found National Waiters Day.
He has two children from a previous marriage.
He and Eugene Allen have both served as Maître d'hôtel.
Information related to Fred Sirieix
- http://www.biogs.com/fred-sirieix Fred Sirieix at Biogs.com
- http://www.thecriticsguide.com/sevensins/267/fred-sirieix.html Fred Sirieix at The Seven Sins of...