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Since his arrival on July, 1st, 2014 and the extension of the exploitation concession for 15 years by the city of Paris (January 1st 2016), Yannick Alléno has been working on the Pavillon Ledoyen's renaissance, a Parisian institution and a gastronomic sanctuary since 1792.

After the refurbishment of the public spaces in 2016, and the installation of a monumental contemporary art work designed by Olivier Masmonteil above the main staircase in 2017,  the Pavillon Ledoyen staff unveiled in March 2018, and after several months of renovations, the outstanding kitchens of the establishment.

In order to give the backstage of the Champs-Elysées pavillon their splendor back, an institution that celebrated its 225th anniversary in 2017, and to make its kitchen an exceptional place like no other, Yannick Alléno retained the talents of the DS Automobiles designer whose luxury “à la française” is synonymous of pure and futurist lines as well as technological perfection.

As an extension to the kitchen, he also installed an exclusive table co-signed with the avant-garde and unique styled Champagne house, Moët & Chandon.

Desiring to emphasize the beauty of the gesture, carried by his teams in the kitchen as in the restaurant, and to continually surprise his guests by a refreshing modernity in adequacy with the contemporary expectations, Yannick Alléno benefits from the historical assets and considers the future in the respect of the environment, always affirming a typically French savoir-faire.