Jeramie Robison, who gained national attention as 27-year-old chef of Houston’s fine dining landmark, Restaurant Cinq at Hotel Colombe d’Or, has been named to head the kitchen team at Shinsei Restaurant in Dallas.
“We are thrilled to have Jeramie come on board,” said co-owner Tracy Moore Rathbun, adding, “Jeramie has great ideas for Shinsei and we have big plans for him.” Co-owner Lynae Fearing said, “This young chef has already accomplished a lot in a short time. We are confident that he will take Shinsei to a new level.” Shinsei opened in 2006 in the North Dallas-Park Cities neighborhood, serving hip, Texas-accented Pan Asian cuisine and sushi.
Robison, now 31, was named one of Top Five Rising Chefs in the nation in 2011 by Gayot.com, a widely respected dining and hotel guide. That same year he was one of six Rising Star Chefs of Houston, a prestigious award bestowed by Starchefs.com, a well-regarded restaurant industry website. Continue reading