Welcome to the Pré Catelan! Located in the heart of the famous Bois de Boulogne, this treasure of French cuisine received 3 stars in the Michelin Guide.
Here, interior architect Pierre Yves Rochon has created a stunningly modern concept in touch with its environment, preserving the elegance of the house, “To find yourself in a prodigious place, in the open air, in the peacefulness of the Bois de Boulogne, in Paris, and there to enjoy cuisine by a great chef, all the while savoring the architecture of the building”.
Green, black, white and silver are the dominant colors: green, as a nod to the greenery outside, black, white and silver interspersed to mark spaces, enhance details, pilasters and bas-reliefs. The furniture, by turns in harmony or opposition with the architecture of the building, traditional and modern, thus accentuating this impression of purity and lightness.
An elegant and audacious setting for the cuisine of Chef Frédéric Anton whose work has been consecrated by a 3rd star in the Guide Rouge.
In charge of the Pré Catelan since 1997, Frédéric Anton is considered an emblematic figure of French modern Cuisine.
Chef Frédéric Anton is driven by a passion for cooking and an immoderate taste for quality and beauty. His cuisine is a ‘cuisine d'auteur’, complex without being complicated, brilliant but not demonstrative.
His very graphic, modern compositions propose the same product in a variety of presentations. Each dish is, first of all, a source of amazement for the eyes and aromatic euphoria culminating in an explosion of flavors, an encounter, a dialogue, an adventure, an imaginary world: a cuisine as strong as a certainty.
Chef Frédéric Anton proposes a cuisine at once subtle and generous, revealing the best of every ingredient, exalting aromas and flavors.