To maintain the customs of French art de vivre, 19 Place des Vosges contains a restaurant. It offers light gourmet fare for breakfast, afternoon tea, and dinner. The "Brach-La Pâtisserie” corner also presents a selection of sweet treats concocted by pastry chef Yann Brys, who was named Meilleur Ouvrier de France.
Upholding the customs of French art de vivre, 19 place des Vosges is home to a restaurant. It offers light gourmet fare for breakfast, afternoon tea, and dinner. The menu features soups and salads, as well as a choice of hot dishes, such as turkey and truffle croque-monsieur or beef bourguignon with bacon and button mushrooms. Enjoy inside or on the heated terrace, under the arcades of the place des Vosges.
19 place des Vosges is also home to the “Brach-La Pâtisserie Corner”. It offers traditional desserts alongside bold and colorful creations, loaf cakes and pastries by Yann Brys, Meilleur Ouvrier de France. Take away or stay and enjoy in this comfortable and welcoming space.
As a young boy, talented pastry chef Yann Brys began helping his mother bake sweet treats. He was schooled at the catering and hotel management school in Toulouse, where he earned an associate’s degree in pastry arts. While working a seasonal job at a palace hotel in Cannes, he met pastry chef Michel Mendiela, who opened his eyes to the profession. For Yann, it was a revelation. He learnt his art with Philippe Urraca, named “Meilleur Ouvrier de France,” Sébastien Gaudard in Fauchon and during his military service as the pastry chef at the Defense Ministry. Then he joined Dalloyau as the deputy to Pascal Niau, in charge of research and development.
Since 2015, he has been the Evok group’s Director of Sweet Creations.