Pursuit of Excellence

Our restaurants embrace world-class legacy with modern creativity. Each reflects the exceptional backgrounds of their respective Chefs and the dedication and pursuit of excellence of our restaurant group.

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L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

"L'Atelier is the visionary creation of Joël Robuchon, combining gastronomic cuisine with an unique atmosphere of relaxed conviviality and interaction with an open kitchen." - Alain Verzeroli, Culinary Director 

L'Atelier's name refers to a craftsman’s workshop, emphasizing Chef Robuchon’s hallmark of elevating the simplest of dishes into something extraordinary using pristine ingredients, immaculate technique, and abundant creativity.

  • Miami

    Located in Miami's Design District, L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon Miami opened in August 2019.

  • Geneva

    Geneva is about to welcome the first and only Swiss address of the French chef at the The Woodward.

Le Jardinier

"Le Jardinier," French for "The Gardener," is a collaborative culinary experience crafted by the Michelin-starred Chef Alain Verzeroli. Rooted in the refined elegance of French culinary technique, Le Jardinier celebrates seasonality with dishes that encapsulate the land’s rich offerings on every plate, reflecting and paying tribute to the rhythm of nature. 

  • New York

    The setting is lush, evoking a sense of calm and connection with the outdoors. Nestled in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, Michelin-starred Le Jardinier offers a serene escape amid the city’s bustle.

  • Miami

    Situated in the vibrant Miami Design District, Michelin-starred Le Jardinier is a haven where the architectural brilliance of Pierre-Yves Rochon intersects with the area’s modern aesthetic. The outdoor patio unfolds as a verdant retreat, while a black marble bar inside offers the quintessential setting for intimate moments & vibrant conversation.

  • Geneva

    The first European location for the special restaurant concept about to open at The Woodward hotel in Geneva.

  • Houston

    Le Jardinier Houston is beautifully situated on the west side of the Kinder Building at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, where its floor-to-ceiling windows provide a breathtaking view of the lush and shaded Isamu Noguchi-designed Cullen Sculpture Garden. 

Bar Bastion

Bar Bastion is an art-deco inspired cocktail bar in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, offering crafted cocktails, light bites, and a dinner menu created by Michelin-starred Chef Andrew Ayala.

Directly upstairs from Le Jardinier New York, Bar Bastion’s elegant cocktail lounge evokes Art Deco glamour, with its double-height ceilings, velvet upholstered banquettes and mirrored glass, it’s an escape from the bustling streets of Midtown below. This intimate space is the ideal setting for a pre-dinner cocktails and small bites or dinner with a menu curated by Le Jardinier’s Executive Chef Andrew Ayala.

  • New York

    Intimate and elevated, designed by renowned Architect Joseph Dirand.

Cafe Leonelli

Cafe Leonelli has a deep respect for Italian culinary tradition, while being inspired to bring something new to the table—something that reflects the nearby community and local ingredients.

By featuring local ingredients that are far from Italy but close to Cafe Leonelli, the menu at Cafe Leonelli location offer a delicious balance of the traditional and the unexpected.


    Located at the Nancy and Rich Kinder Building at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Cafe Leonelli embraces Italy’s culinary culture and generosity to offer traditional Italian cuisine in a friendly and relaxed environment.


An upscale Italian restaurant in a vibrant atmosphere, serving lunch and dinner with a lively brasserie-style bar. In partnership with Berg Hospitality Group. 

  • Houston

    Conveniently located on Post Oak, Tavola explores the various culinary regions of Italy with Executive Chef Luca Di Benedetto.

Stettler & Castrischer

La Maison Stettler, founded in 1947, is an emblematic example of Swiss Chocolate tradition and savoir-faire.

La Maison Castrischer is intact until today. The legendary Foret Noire cake has adorned Sunday tables for generations.

  • Geneva

    Founded in 1947 by Mr. Paul Stettler, the famous Stettler Chocolate Factory has been making high quality traditional chocolates for more than 70 years. Rewarded in 1954 for the quality of its products at the Culinary Art Exhibition in Bern, the Stettler Chocolate Factory has continued to perpetuate tradition and know-how throughout the last decades. Its reputation has spread far beyond Switzerland's borders and has become an indispensable world standard. Its flagship creation is the famous pavé de Genève.