A harmony takes shape between the textures and materials, flavours and tones, scents and atmospheres, shadows and lights.
This carefully designed space reflects the delicate crunchiness and tanginess of Mallory’s cuisine.
The choice of colours and materials evokes the scents of Mallory’s recipes.
So, the colour of the velvet on the chairs, along with a few touches of turquoise (Mallory’s favourite colour), is inspired by saffron, an ingredient that reminds him of the dishes he enjoyed as a child.
In this elegant setting, Mallory presents a range of audacious and subtle dishes.
For the tableware, made-to-measure ceramic pieces (sauce boats, plates) sit alongside the classical and timeless charm of Bernardaud plates and Christofle cutlery.
The chef welcomes you to a space that he has sought to imbue with poetry, where the kitchen opens onto the dining area to foster a permanent dialogue with guests.