L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

de Joel Rouchon

L’ Atelier, whose name refers to an artist’s studio, emphasizes Chef Robuchon’s hallmark of highly refined and abundant creativity to create simple, straightforward dishes prepared with ingredients of the highest quality. Dissolving the boundaries between kitchen and dining room, L’ Atelier’s seating faces directly into the kitchen, allowing for a dynamic interaction between the chef and its clientele, while offering direct access to the creative process. L’ Atelier was inspired by Chef Robuchon’s worldwide culinary travels drawing its inspiration from the Spanish tapas counter, to the Japanese sushi bar and French bistro counter concept. 

L’ Atelier de Joël Robuchon to open in the Meatpacking District, Fall 2017.

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon opening at the Design District Miami, Fall 2017. Reservations for a la carte dining and special events will be available soon.

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Le Grill

de Joel Robuchon

In addition to the fine dining offering, L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon offers a lounge area, an ideal place to enjoy pre- or post-dinner drinks with a comprehensive cocktail list that includes classics and original creations.  An impressive range of wines and spirits, including pours by the glass and half- bottles, will satisfy the casual drinker to the connoisseur. Le Grill also features an elegant yet simple culinary menu throughout the day. 

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Joël Robuchon USA

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Olivia Cuccaro
The winner of the Elite Traveler Lifetime Achievement award for 2017, French chef Joël Robuchon has expanded his culinary empire once again. With 31 Michelin stars to his name already, Robuchon is taking his lauded French cuisine to New York City for the latest L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon venture.
Melody Chan

Five years after the closing of his famed restaurant, Joël Robuchon, the world’s most decorated chef, is returning to New York.

Danielle Zickl

Four years ago, French chef Joël Robuchon suffered from constant headaches and exhaustion.

Serena Dai

After five years away from the New York City dining scene, Michelin-star-collector chef Joël Robuchon is back in business.

Lane Nieset
Boasting the most Michelin stars in the world (a whopping 31), celebrated French chef Joël Robuchon is back after a five-year break from New York City. For the rebirth of his second U.S. L'ATELIER de Joël Robuchon, the chef is switching shifts from Midtown to the Meatpacking District.