Formerly chef at La Bigarrade (two Michelin stars), Christophe Pelé chose Le Clarence when he decided to return to cooking. He knows this part of Paris like the back of his hand because he previously worked in the district's finest restaurants: Ledoyen, Lasserre, Pierre Gagnaire, the Bristol and the Royal Monceau.
Passionate about fine food and an insatiable hunter of new flavours and producers, he haunts markets looking for the finest ingredients in much the same way as others seek out works of art. His cooking is straightforward, agile, precise, and composed yet ethereal. He is also skilled at matching food and wine, as well as the best of land and sea.+
Le Clarence team
Christophe Pelé takes a joyous new look at the great classic dishes of French cuisine.
He is assisted in this by a dynamic team of professionals.+
31, avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt
The restaurant will be closed on Saturday, November 11th and on Tuesday, December 26th. Le Clarence will then be closed from December 31st until Tuesday, January 9th, for dinner.