Stéphanie Le Quellec
A signature restaurant led by Executive Chef, Stéphanie Le Quellec and designed by internationally acclaimed French designer Bruno Borrione.
In February 2014, Stéphanie Le Quellec and her brigade were awarded 1 Michelin star for La Scène restaurant.
Bruno Borrione, in close collaboration with Chef Le Quellec, has brought his contemporary and distinctive touch to La Scène restaurant and Les Heures bar to create memorable culinary moments. At La Scène, a show kitchen is the center of attention in the restaurant, as guests dine at minimalist white marble tables.
The hotel’s magnificent patio, which features extensive Art Deco-style mosaics, has been re-thought to create an environment that heightens each guest's sensorial and culinary voyage.
Le Quellec, one of the most promising talents in the French culinary scene and winner of the inaugural French version of the “Top Chef” cooking competition, creates an exquisite gastronomic experience that captures every moment of the day: from breakfast to the bar menu, as well as in-room dining, she introduces global explorers and the local community to distinctive, seasonal dishes.
Simplicity and authenticity are the defining characteristics of the dishes created by Le Quellec for La Scène restaurant. "Being part of the team at the Prince de Galles is an extraordinary experience for me and it’s the opportunity of a lifetime to be involved in the reopening of such a legendary hotel”, comments Le Quellec.
“I am committed to creating dishes that have a strong emphasis on seasonal products, infused with culinary accents from the south of France where I spent the past eight years in Provence."
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recommend this hotel
This is my second stay at this fantastic property. The service is outstanding and everyone is very friendly. My room was incredible and the terrace overlooked the romantic courtyard. Courtyard rooms are generally very quiet. Whether you are in Paris for work or pleasure the location is perfect. I am a very particular about where I stay and Prince De Galle is top on my list. Most key attractions are within walking distance from the hotel.