A natural born chef’s penchant for French food with Asian twists
Frederica Ermita Indriani
The Jakarta Post
Keisuke Matsushima was a boy of 10 in the city of Fukuoka when he dreamed of having his own French restaurant.
“At that moment, I wanted to leave Japan for France. It’s simply because Japan is a little nation, so I wanted to see other parts of the world,” the chef said at Hotel Mulia Senayan in South Jakarta in late October.
He realized that dream 10 years later when he moved...
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