Named after Château Cheval Blanc’s most prestigious and sought-after vintage, Le 1947 two-Michelin-star restaurant is the perfect setting for Yannick Alléno’s culinary vision – Cuisine Moderne – fusing proud French tradition with sparkling creativity.
In its new slope-side location, Le 1947 reveals a refined leather-clad décor and caters to just 25 guests every evening, in a single sitting.
Each season, the multi-award winning Chef creates several menus, selecting an exceptional collection of dishes for each. Alléno has collaborated with head winemakers from Moët Hennessy’s most prestigious maisons, using surprising ingredients from the cellars such as oak barrels, flint and chalks in his culinary creations.
The restaurant’s open kitchen gives a feeling of transparency, offering diners a view of the chefs at work and inviting them to step behind the scenes and add their own touch to some of Alléno’s dishes.