After a onth of refurbishments, bistronomic restaurant Le Céladon has reopened to write a new chapter of its history.
Ondeed, for 17 years and until 2017, Le Céladon had one Michelin Star.
For its renewal, it bets on bistronomy, willing to open up to a larger clientele.
From now on, chef Ludovic Bonneville works at Le Céladon, after spending four years at “W”, another restaurant belonging to Warwick group owning Westminster hotel.
At Le Céladon, Ludovic Bonneville proposes seasonal food including this Fall, sunchoke soup, duck foie gras with smoked eel, perfectly seasonned salmon rillettes with yuzu cream, or the carrots in all its states, raw and cooked, puréed or chips.
A vegan starter because the chef is always trying to provide a vegan starter, main course and dessert on the menu.
As for main courses, on the menu, we have duck parmentier, a very nice brioche-crusted hind flank steak served with pan-fried parnsip or even tuna ventresca perfectly cooked and served with risotto verde.
Moving on to dessert, the chef provides you with baked apple and chestnut cream, very fresh citrus fruit pie with grapefruit sorbet and lemon soufflé made to order and served warm.
In addition to dishes, the service is always as good with a very thorough staff providing excellent advice to choose wine.
Being part of the bistronomy movement, Le Céladon displays rather reasonable rates. For lunch, on the week, the business et menu costs €30. As for the discovery menu including starter / main course / dessert, it costs €39.
Used to house 27 guests, Le Céladon is now welcoming 42 seats. Tables are scattered under 3 alcoves, which conveys some intimacy to the place.
Moreover, Le Céladon features a bar, the Duke’s Bar (right next to the restaurant) where you can start your evening before having dinner. You can also enjoy a teatime and enjoy finger food as well as more polished meals by Ludovic Bonneville.
What are you waiting for, let’s more to Le Céladon!
From 6 November 2019 to 6 November 2020
15, rue Daunou
75002 Paris 2