Understated elegance is the setting for extraordinary, maritime-influenced cuisine from Michelin-starred Chef Yoric Tièche, who reinvents Provençal and Mediterranean dishes using the freshest of ingredients, some from the Hotel’s gardens. Accompany your dish of choice by a grand cru from the Grand-Hotel’s list of 600 wines from France’s top vineyards.
While Le Cap is closed, continue to enjoy Michelin-starred Chef Yoric Tièche’s fine cuisine, and book the Chef’s Table private dining experience at the Salon des Collections.
- Razor clams and cockles “au naturel”
Fresh seaweed and citrus fruits, fennel bavaroise
- Grilled white asparagus in thyme jelly
Parmesan milk and green chili cream
- Grilled red mullet
Olive tapenade, trilogy of tomato hearts with basil, fish and tomato reduction
- Frozen raspberry vacherin
Coconut iced mousse and coriander cream
Criollo chocolate, crispy Piedmont hazelnuts and ice cream
I like to revisit great classics of Provençal cuisine with a modern twist, or play with the products of the Mediterranean Sea to offer guests a culinary experience they can’t get at other restaurants.Yoric Tièche Executive Chef
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La Véranda offers a sense of informality with an atmosphere and menu reminiscent of a chic French Riviera bistro, combining influences from Italy and the Mediterranean Sea and inspiration from the coastline of Cap-Ferrat.
With the sparkling waters of the infinity pool and sea as a backdrop, our open-air poolside restaurant invites all-day poolside relaxation, with Provençal salads and grilled fish accompanied by a local rosé wine.