Stéphanie and David Le Quellec share a passion for cooking. After opening la Scène and MAM, their new generation restaurant and deli, they are now embarking on a new adventure with their new restaurant Vive, located not far from the Arc de Triomphe.
The couple has always been keen to make great cooking a less highbrow affair and focus on the convivial and pleasant side of a good meal, in all its simplicity.
In their new restaurant Vive, David Le Quellec is in charge of the kitchen, supported by Stéphanie who continues to work daily at la Scène, their two-star Michelin restaurant.
An ocean-themed establishment
A lively and joyful establishment where seafood products take centre stage. On the menu it states “Long live scales and shells, long live caviar and long live sardines in oil”.
Fishing and small French producers are given pride of place and the products are prepared according to the rhythm of the seasons. Sea bream in ceviche and rock soup, crab in court-bouillon or sole in butter are just some of the classics guaranteed to make your mouth water.
The restaurant’s decor is decidedly chic**. On the ground floor, a tasting counter made of Patagonian granite with high leather stools welcomes you. The sandblasted tiles and brightly coloured benches blend in perfectly with the restaurant’s theme.
On the first floor, the attractive dining room features a cosy decorative scheme with oak wood and long, golden brown velvet benches. To make a splash for the opening of the establishment, the works of Victoire Fontaine are being displayed on the tables and walls of the restaurant. **This Norman artist creates raw and poetic objects inspired by the landscapes of Saint-Michel Bay and the Chausey Islands.
With its characterful cuisine and friendly atmosphere, VIVE is a fitting tribute to the French coast and to seafood!
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75017 Paris 17ème
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- Antoine MARCEAU