This young Breton passionate since the age of 12 years for the kitchen. Always the same story, a mother who knows how to cook and who takes the time to prepare meals for the family …After an apprenticeship in the heart of the forest of Brocéliande and some seasons on the Atlantic coast, Stéphane decides to leave his lands for London, he is 22 years old. L’Estaminet first, the bourgeois restaurant of Covent Garden then Martinique to “feel” a little exoticism, the Ritz under the orders of John Williams where he climbs the ladder of the hierarchy of the hard trade as junior under Chef! In 2005, Stéphane returned to his lands and took his first place in Paris at the “Chez Cécile” restaurant where he received his first distinction, a gourmet bib with the Michelin guide!
In 2008, alongside Alain Senderens, Grand Chef of the Place de la Madeleine 2 stars Michelin guide it closes the loop. Under the direction of Jérôme Banctel he improves his skills in an inventive cuisine that respects the fundamentals.
Between 2011 and 2015, the anchor is placed brilliantly in the kitchens of the Metropolitan, the menu that it created reflects all its sensitivity and creativity that it blends with its roots: a colorful French cuisine. He works with clearness and accuracy, no more and no less, of great art.
In September 2014, Stéphane won the Gault & Millau prize for young talents, the “coup de pouce” that will help him open his first restaurant in Paris. He obtained his first One Star in 2019.