THE TEAM

Discover the men and women who created a home spirit for the restaurant, and who share an intense passion for their profession, and an extremely high level of requirement.
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THE TEAM

Discover the men and women who created a home spirit for the restaurant, and who share an intense passion for their profession, and an extremely high level of requirement.​
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CHRISTELLE BRUA

Since 2003, this daughter of restaurateurs from Lorraine has been putting all of her talent into the desserts at Le Pré Catelan. The desserts conceived of by Christelle Brua infuse magic into great classics like the Paris-Brest, the pear Belle-Hélène or the moist bitter cocoa tart. Her rapport with chef Frédéric Anton is such that the creation of desserts is the result of a veritable collaboration made up of numerous discussions, highly complex tests and a profound complicity. The result of this complicity is their latest recipe book, “Tartes”, available from Editions du Chêne.
Voted “2008 Pastry Chef of the Year” by the Champérard guide, then “2009 Pastry Chef of the Year” by the trade magazine, Le Chef; in 2014 the Gault&Millau guide voted her “Best Pastry Chef” of the year. In 2015, Christelle Brua is among the “30 women who matter in French gastronomy".

JEAN-JACQUES CHAUVEAU

You will be welcomed by Jean-Jacques Chauveau, “Meilleur Maître d'Hôtel du Monde”, for whom the art of hosting is synonymous with kindness and a relaxed, friendly attitude. Jean-Jacques Chauveau, who, for 30 years, has officiated at Le Pré Catelan Restaurant, holds a Doctorate in Restaurant Management and is a graduate of the IEMI.
In 2013, Jean-Jacques Chauveau won the “Grand Prix de l’Art de la Salle” from the Académie Internationale de la Gastronomie.
He thus became the Best Director of a 3-Star Michelin Restaurant in the world.
This recognition is the consecration of a lifetime of complete loyalty to Le Pré Catelan Restaurant: a career entirely devoted to excellence in dining room service, rewarding a passionate professional who works to promote his profession while proudly bearing the colors of France.