Emmanuel Renaut, a 55-year-old French chef, is the recipient of the “Meilleur Ouvrier de France” title, three Michelin stars, and 5 Gault & Millau Toques. He was born in 1968 and worked in several renowned restaurants in France after completing his education. With his growing experience, Chef Renaut founded his own restaurant, “Flocons de Sel,” in the Megève region of the French Alps in 1998. Following his experiences, Chef Renaut founded the ‘Flocons de Sel’ hotel in the French Alps’ Megève region in 1998. The hotel’s ambience and food draw visitors.
Chef Renaut uses seasonal and local ingredients in his menu preparation, showcasing his creative and inventive approach to cooking. With these components, Emmanuel Renaut gives classic French cuisine a contemporary twist. His high-quality dishes have won him numerous accolades in his family.
A distinct culinary adventure with an unforgettable ambience: Flocons de Sel
In the kitchen of Flocons de Sel, which consists of high quality and carefully selected ingredients, Chef Renaut adds his own interpretation to traditional French recipes. And his accolades make it clear how distinguished he is. Using fresh, in-season ingredients, Chef Renaut presents his specialty meals to his visitors in a unique way. Emmanuel Renaut welcomes his customers to his restaurant Flocons de Sel in a setting of natural beauty and enchanting atmosphere, having captured their adoration with these unique components.
Chef Emmanuel Renaut’s awards
In 2004, the chef received the Meilleur Ouvrier de France award, one of France’s prestigious awards, and with Flocons de Sel, of which he is the founder and chef, he holds 3 Michelin Stars, the Gault & Millau hat and Relais & Châteaux membership. These awards recognise Chef Renaut’s and the Flocons de Sel team’s commitment to quality, excellence and creativity.