Chef Jeremie studied at the famous French Cuisine School Gregoire Ferrandi before becoming a chef. This institution is one of the most renowned schools in France and numerous European and Asian students are working tirelessly in order to gain entrance to study at this prestigious school.
In order to attend this excellent school, you need to have an authentic and real passion for cooking as well as a strong desire to succeed in your studies. Becoming a chef means making sacrifices and working long hours (such as 14 hour work days), so only the truly committed are able to keep up the pace.
Gregoire Ferrandi offers a five year training programme. The culinary school is called École Supérieure de Cuisine Française and offers three areas of training and specialisation within each area, namely culinary arts (which includes: catering, pastry, baking and cooking), restaurant management and finally craftsmanship and interior design. The success rate for job placement after completing the programme is 90%, which shows that these students are seen as very capable chefs once completing their studies.
Chef Jeremie passed the course with flying colours and received a special distinction for his degree, making him one of the youngest, most qualified students. In addition to this, he has been doing ongoing training and gaining practical experience at some of the top 20 French restaurants, including Le Carré Des Feuillants, a Michelin Guide 2 star rated restaurant in Paris as well as Le Louis XV in Monaco, a Michelin Guide 3 star rated restaurant.
According to Chef Jeremie, passion, hard work and a solid educational experience at a school of such stature is the only way to become a good chef. In his opinion, Gregoire Ferrandi School provides a reliable general and classical French cuisine education.
After graduating from this institution, each student is a capable chef. Each and every one will still have to incorporate their own talents and inspiration into the classic menus that they have learned throughout their studies. This is exactly what Chef Jeremie has been doing at his own eponymous restaurant.
His natural talent for balancing different ingredients, flavours, tastes and textures is what sets his restaurant apart from the others. It makes the restaurant a classic-special and contemporary one while simultaneously suggesting a French Bistronomic Cuisine experience. In order to get a feel for the types of dishes at RESTAURANT JEREMIE, take a look at the menu.
The subtle combination and experiences guests at the restaurant are able to have, has led him to receive a special mention in the Michelin Guide and a congratulatory letter from the Mayor of Paris. Take a look at the press section on our website.
For more information about fine dining in Paris or eating at one of the best French restaurants in Paris, contact RESTAURANT JEREMIE today.