Taylor Rose is a culinary boutique offering lavish culinary wonders for the rarefied few. We have brought together some of the top culinary minds whose goal is to bring their crown achievements to the masses.
The Foodie culture has raised the culinary IQ in the U.S. over the past decade. So, instead of hiding away their talents in fine dining restaurants, our team of elite food and beverage professionals are looking to share their talents and ingredients with a much wider audience by offering the masses creative culinary experiences.
Our Chefs and other Food and Beverage professionals want to make a difference and want people to eat well but through new, innovative and creative ways.
About The Chef:
Chef Troy LaRose (Executive Chef and Owner of Taylor Rose Culinary Boutique) was born in Silvertown, Guyana, a place more commonly referred to as Jonestown and notorious for the tragic events that took place in the late 1970’s. Under the leadership of Jim Jones, in northwestern Guyana; it became internationally notorious when on November 18, 1978, a total of 918 people died in the remote commune. The actions in Jonestown have been commonly viewed as mass suicide, although some sources, including Jonestown survivors, regard them as mass murder instead. It was the largest such event in modern history and resulted in the largest single loss of American civilian life in a deliberate act until September 11, 2001.
Because of these events the LaRose family was forced to uproot and escape to the United States in pursuit of a more peaceful life. Although things have turned out pretty well; Chef LaRose remains nostalgic and takes pride in the cuisine of Silvertown. That is what prompted him to start Taylor Rose Culinary Boutique. He wanted to continue to spread the flavors of his home country to the masses while staying true to exceptional culinary skills.
He completed Johnson-Wales Culinary Institute in NY. He has held numerous Executive Chef positions in hotels and restaurants; most notably the famous Paschal’s Restaurant here in Atlanta. Chef LaRose participated in the Taste of Fame; and he has been featured in Dining Out Magazine.
In every menu creation Chef Troy tries to pay homage to those tragic and triumphant days by celebrating his home country of Guyana.