He was the executive chef of the renowned fine dining restaurant Le Mousso, where he had worked for five years. Now Gabriel Molleur-Langevin is flying off to the capital, having just been appointed chef of the equally renowned restaurant Champlain, at Château Frontenac.
The talented chef has more than 15 years of experience in several renowned and Michelin-starred establishments around the world, including Noma (Denmark), Les Maisons Marcon (France) and Fäviken (Sweden).
In this new position, he intends to continue pushing the limits of the culinary techniques he has been refining for years and to continue to assert the place of Quebec City as a gastronomic destination in the country, thanks to the richness of its terroir and its producers. .
We can discover all his creativity in a first menu served from the end of May, highlighting local ingredients in the form of a discovery menu of five or eight courses.