Gault et Millau review describes the gastronomic Restaurant Stéphane Décotterd as being “among the frontrunners of the most beautiful restaurants in Europe”.
GLION-SUR-MONTREUX, Switzerland (PRWEB) November 29, 2021
Gault et Millau, the worldwide-recognized gastronomic guide founded in 1972, awards 18 points to Stéphane Décotterd’s gastronomic restaurant. This recognition confirms the great talent of Stéphane Décotterd who recently relocated his operation in Glion, the hospitality higher education institute.
The guidebook’s review describes the gastronomic Restaurant Stéphane Décotterd as being “among the frontrunners of the most beautiful restaurants in Europe”.
Opened in September this year, Maison Décotterd is a gastronomic destination with three unique spaces including the gastronomic Restaurant, the Bistro, and the Lounge Bar. In this spectacular location, Stéphane and Stéphanie Décotterd will pursue their quest for excellence.
Stéphane Décotterd states “It is an honor for me and the team to be awarded 18 points. Renewing our distinction is the recognition of the incredible work that has been done for the past months and a sign of trust in our capability of driving with excellence the ambitious project of Maison Décotterd.”
The menus of Maison Décotterd are designed around the Chef’s philosophy of an always evolving regionally sourced, sustainable and original cuisine. Among the variety of dishes, guests can savor a Chamois from Val-d'Illiez with potato gnocchi flavored with saffron grown in the Swiss region of Vulliens, a Grison Salmon from Lostallo or a “Pâté en croute” of poultry from Gruyère.
“We are delighted to count the Maison Décotterd team as part of Glion Institute of Higher Education. Above all we are thrilled to see how Glion students fully embrace this chance to be inspired by unique talents.” said Fabien Fresnel, Chief Operating Officer, Sommet Education.
Pledge of excellence, Maison Décotterd has become part of the Relais & Châteaux association, joining a network of 580 unique hotels and restaurants throughout the world.