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Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, sees La Scène restaurant awarded Michelin star

Stéphanie Le Quellec, Executive Chef, Prince de Galles, and her team
For the first time in its rich history, Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Paris, has seen its restaurant, La Scène, awarded with a star by the respected Michelin Guide.  First opened in 1929, Prince de Galles underwent a meticulous two-year restoration before reopening its doors in May 2013 with talented young French Chef Stéphanie Le Quellec at the helm of its brand new restaurant.

Le Quellec’s sensational career saw her working in the kitchens of some of France’s most renowned luxury hotels, including the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris and the Four Seasons Terre Blanche in Provence, before taking the reins as Executive Chef at Prince de Galles.  Her passion, commitment and enthusiasm have helped motivate her team to achieve the high standards and levels of gastronomic perfection demanded by the Michelin Guide, resulting in the La Scène restaurant’s first Michelin Star.  

For Stéphanie Le Quellec, “This Michelin star pays tribute to an extremely rewarding first year at La Scène.  There was always going to be a lot of emotion and excitement connected to the opening of a gastronomic restaurant in the heart of such an iconic hotel as the Prince de Galles.  This star is testament to what we have already accomplished, as well as all that we still have to look forward to”.  

La Scène’s menu focuses on quality produce and seasonal dishes with Le Quellec’s desire to “demystify luxury gastronomy”.  In both the menu and approach at La Scène, her aim is to make the experience “friendly, welcoming and less intimidating, without removing any of the magic, charm and elegance”.  

Le Quellec has a strong team behind her who share her love of cuisine and French art de vivre.  Amongst them is Pastry Chef Yann Couvreur who is not only a talented chef but is also passionate about modern sculpture, a defining feature in his patisserie creations, and Philippe Marquès, a wine expert acclaimed for his mastery of the coupling between wine and cuisine.

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