Born in Étel estuary, Christian Le Squer wanted to become a sailor. At the age of 14 he embarked on his uncle's trawler for fifteen days, where a sailor introduced him to cooking. He hesitates a time between cooking and baking but an internship in bakery, decides him to opt for cooking. He joined a hotel school and in 1986 obtained a CAP / BEP of cooking at the professional high school Jean Guéhenno in Vannes.
After a gastronomic training in Parisian houses such as Le Divellec, Lucas Carton, Taillevent, The Ritz, Christian Le Squer took control of the cuisine of the Café de la Paix Restaurant Opera. This is where he earned his first star in 1996 at the age of 34 and the second in 1998.
In 1999, succeeding Ghislaine Arabian, he took over the Pavillon Ledoyen located at the bottom of the Avenue des Champs Elysées, in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. In 2000 he confirmed his two stars and in 2002, he was awarded the third star in the Michelin Guide. In 2008, he opened a new restaurant: Etc (for Epicure Traditional Cuisine) in Paris, for which he obtained a star in the Michelin guide the following year. In 2011, Christian Le Squer opened the restaurant La Grande Verrière at the Jardin d'acclimatation near the Bois de Boulogne. In 2013, he joined the circle of chefs rewarded by the "five toques" of the Gault et Millau guide for his Restaurant Ledoyen.
since October 2014, Christian Le Squer is cooking at the Four Seasons Hotel George V.
In 2015, he won two Michelin stars.
In 2015, Christian Le Squer once again entered the Gault-Millau chefs 'five toques' club for the Four Seasons Hotel George V's "Le V" restaurant. The guide attaches to his name the score of 19/20.
On February 1, 2016, the Michelin guide awarded him his 3rd star for his restaurant "Le V".source: Wikipedia