• Hytra

    On the top floor and roof terrace of this graceful, hyper modern white marble and glass edifice, is the restaurant “Hytra,” taking its name from a clay cooking-vessel used in ancient Greece. This may strike one as a total associative clash, but somehow miraculously, over a 14-course meal, it reveals itself as a perfect match.
  • Le Cloître

    In an old olive grove stands the splendid 17th century convent, "Les Minimes", in Mane-en-Provence. It houses the restaurant "Le Cloître", where Jérôme Roy, the former “Second” to the masters Thierry Marx and Michel Troisgros, works a kind of magic...
  • Le Laurent

    Shapes of Self-Evidence...

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