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Born in Vietnam and raised in France, Chef Jean Yves has become an expert in the art of fusing culinary techniques and traditions after winning of the 2012 edition of Masterchef France.
After two decades of working as an interior designer for a prestigious group; Jean-Yves has taken the bold move to leave his comfort zone and dedicate his time and his life to his two passions: gastronomy and the art of receiving guests.
He is known as much for his unbelievable creations as for the grace with which he serves them — teaching you how and why certain flavors work together, challenging your palate, and telling the story of every dish.
One of his projects is to create his own team gathering a handful of talented chefs from all over the world.
Conception of Taste
huîtres pochées au champagne et Baba au rhum maison Canard, foie gras, saumon, truffe, cèpes, morille.
What to expect at Jean-yves's place
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
A wonderful evening spent with a very gracious host, and a truly mouth-watering meal. We will be back for more!
One of the most memorable dinners I have ever experienced. The perfect host, the perfect setting and the perfect meal.
I thought i had previously reviewed this but.... even after three years have passed, Lengko and I remember our meal and evening well. My simple summary is : 3 star Michelin food ambiance and service at a fraction of the price. Jean-Ives rescheduled our date by one night so we would not be the only people with another part of 8. Instead, we had a private dinner for 2. It was the highlight of our week together in Paris! We still show people the pictures.
First time for eatwith. If they are all like this we’ll be hooked forever. Venue was fantastic—think wine cellar in a cave. Jean-yves was a splendid host and chef. The flavor was exquisite, presentation was beautiful and Jean-yves explanation of the two was insightful. If you don’t take friends and go when in Paris you are making a huge mistake.