Two-star Michelin Chef Sarran initially planned to become a doctor when
he studied medicine, but it took him less than two years to discover
that his true passion was gastronomy.Young Sarran eventually made
a name for himself when he was appointed head chef at Résidence la
Pinède in Saint-Tropez in 1989. He opened his eponymous restaurant
in Toulouse in 1995, which quickly became a success.