At the end of the Gallery on your left, two wrought iron doors open onto the Le Cinq Restaurant.
Spacious and bright, decorated in shades of gold and grey, it gives its guests the sentiment of dining in a private chateau. Boasting traditional French and English furniture, guests can admire two beautiful Louis XIVth wardrobes as well as two Louis XVIth gold gilt chairs. Large Regency Style wood-scuplted mirrors with gold leafing give a depth to this space by reflecting the view of the Marble Courtyard on the opposite side.
Two very large Regency Style pier tables separate the main room from the guest table that seats between eight to ten. From this room, bathed in sunlight as well as rich but soft tones emerges a warm and intimate atmosphere.
With 12 consecutive years heralded by three Michelin stars, Christian Le Squer has given proof of exemplary regularity. He is a determined and serene Chef who defines himself as a creator of flavors and composer of tastes. Like a couturier or a perfumer, he shapes and assembles products in order to enhance them and obtain the most exacting flavors with perfect coherence.
Christian Squer defines his cuisine as being “flavors, concentrated and moving.” Among the signature dishes of the chef that may be mentioned: the turbot with truffled fingerling potato emulsion, large crispy prawns from Bretagne and citrus emulsion or whipped oysters.