The Michelin Guide France 2020 was revealed this evening with big news of three new three-Michelin-star restaurants appearing in the latest guide.
Christopher Coutanceau and Nicolas Brossard from the Christopher Coutanceau restaurant in La Rochelle, Kei Kobayashi and Louis-Marie Robert from the Kei restaurant in Paris, and Glenn Viel, Jean-André Charial and Laurent Soustelle of the L'Oustau de Baumanière restaurant in Baux-de-Provence all step onto the highest platform in gastronomy.
Take a look at some dishes and pics from all three restaurants below.
Christopher Coutanceau, La Rochelle
Chef, cook, fisherman Christopher Coutanceau is passionate about putting sustainability on a plate at his sea-themed restaurant overlooking the water in La Rochelle.
Image credit : Sylvie Curty
L'Oustau de Baumanière, Baux-de-Provence
The hotel establishment nestled in the town of Baux-de-Provence in sun-soaked Provence is led by Breton chef Glenn VIEL, with a menu showcasing the incredible organic vegetables from the garden of Baumanière, as well as locally sourced lamb, chicken and pork.
Crédit : L.Parrault
Kei à Paris, Paris
In the 1st arrondissement of Paris chef Kei KOBAYASHI, draws on the traditions of his native Japan to develop a "resolutely modern and accomplished cuisine" showcased in dishes like his vegetable garden of crunchy, smoked salmon, arugula mousse and lemon emulsion.