Privilege and exception just across the street from the Champs-Elysées. Real haven of peace set up on the roof of Paris. Everything is gathered to give the impression of privilege starting with a prestigious situation at the heart of the Golden Triangle and a confidential entrance at the Quentin Bauchart Street, 17 leading to a courtyard.
Imagine the castle in the early seventeenth century... The first Duke of Epernon becomes the owner. The power of this great admiral of France is such that the boats that pass his domain must drop their sails as a sign of allegiance. A mark of deep respect that gives the domain its emblem, a ship with a griffon bow, but also its Gascon name Bêcha Vêla which means "lower sail" and will later become Beychevelle.
On March 21, 2018, the restaurant LE 39V will participate for the 4th consecutive Goût de / Good France. On this occasion chef Frédéric Vardon will cook a 6-course menu and will pay tribute to two emblematic chefs of French cuisine. Red mullet potato scales Tribute to Paul Bocuse Poultry from Bresse with cream and morels Tribute to Alain Chapel
The 39V and the Zinc Opéra are taking part in the France Recuisinée event, from 11st to 21st, June. The 2015 edition is organised by Châteaux et Hôtels Collections (Castles and hotels collections) in order to promote the producers and their savoir-faire.
Next 7th of October, Frédéric Vardon invites in his kitchen of his ZINC Opéra bistrot two candidates for the "2014 Talents Equip'Hotel", Sébastien Sanjou and Pierre Lambison for a four-hand dinner, inspired by lands and tradition of their regions.