L’Atelier de Joël RobuchonAyia Napa Marina
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon is famed across the globe, revered by gourmands in the major cities in which it operates, from Paris, Dubai and New York to Hong Kong, Tokyo, Geneva and beyond. Notoriously serving chef Joël Robuchon’s signature tantalising and fresh take on French haute cuisine in a stylish black and red environment, the highly reputed restaurant has won numerous awards over the years. Notably, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon was awarded ‘Best Restaurant in the World’ in 1994 by the International Herald Tribune, while the Paris restaurant was voted 12th best in the world in Restaurant magazine's Top 50 in 2012.
Le Deli RobuchonAyia Napa Marina
Le Deli Robuchon offers a casual yet sophisticated all-day dining space, eat in or takeaway, serving coffee, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks with eat-in or take-away options and a patisserie. Le Deli will also offer a carefully selected range of wines, teas, cheeses, pastries and breads all handmade with quality ingredients. Many of the products in the deli are those which Joël Robuchon chose and championed. The on-site boulangerie will offer freshly baked pastries from banana bread with mascarpone and caramelised almonds, porridge with dry fruits and chia seeds to the traditional handmade croissant.
Who is Joël Robuchon
Joël Robuchon was the most decorated Chef in the history of the Michelin Guide, at one time holding 32 Michelin stars across his restaurants. He pioneered the ‘cuisine moderne’ style of cooking, placing emphasis on a handful of ingredients where flavour was paramount. Joël Robuchon was born in Poitiers in 1945. He started his culinary career at the tender age of 15, and by the 1970’s, in Paris, had already gained a reputation as a highly accomplished but ‘rebel chef’ by bucking the trends of minimalism in commonplace nouvelle cuisine and returning to hearty dishes executed to perfection. Critics described eating his famed mashed potato as an ‘emotional’ experience. Having built up a long list of Michelin stars and accolades, at the age of 51, he shocked the culinary world, by announcing his retirement to allow him to spend time with his family and travel the world. He discovered Asia and fell in love with Japanese culture and traditions. Several years later he returned to being a restaurateur, introducing a refreshing, accessible concept L’atelier, which housed the Japanese dining counter for European food, allowing sociable dining of the highest quality without the pomp and ceremony. Joël Robuchon died in 2018. He was the most Michelin starred chef, holding a world record of 32 stars in 2016. Joël Robuchon International has inherited the precious legacy of Joël Robuchon. Over the years, Joël Robuchon mentored many chefs. Today these chefs remain the banner men of his legacy. Today we continue to offer favourite dishes, whilst developing new concepts, innovative products and the creation of an Institute International Joël Robuchon (cookery school).
Events & Catering
We cater for every day of the week. Canapés, lunch and dinner menus, Champagne and wine packages are available. Our chef and his team will look after you and your guests in the comfort of your home.