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JJW’s Le Ciel by Toni Mörwald Adds 18 Gault & Millau Points to its Michelin Star

Le Ciel by Toni Mörwald

Roland Huber, Head Chef at the Grand Hotel Wien’s flagship restaurant has once again risen through the rankings in the prestigious Gault & Millau Guide. Known for serving complex, state-of-the-art cuisine at the highest level, Huber – and Le Ciel – have also been the proud owners of a coveted Michelin star since 2016.

This latest accolade from Gault & Millau places the 34-year-old chef at the very top of Austrian cuisine, with the 2019 guide declaring him “one of the country's most talented chefs, and one of the first to find unusual combinations that are not only original but also sensory.”   

Other Michelin Stars Around the JJW Group

JJW's Hotel de Vigny in Paris plays host to the restaurant of legendary Italian chef, Alberico Penati. Here his Penati al Baretto serves up contemporary Italian cuisine that puts a new twist on the textures and tastes of Italy's vibrant culinary history; using the produce of today to recreate the exciting flavours of the past. It gained its first Michelin star just ten months after opening.

Also in Paris, the group's Hotel Balzac is the long-time home of Pierre Gagnaire’s eponymous 3-star Michelin restaurant. Specialising in modern French cuisine, the ethos behind Gagnaire’s success is: Tourné vers demain mais soucieux d'hier (Facing tomorrow but respectful of yesterday). At the top of his game for over three decades, the master chef remains innovative, passionate and a global icon in the world of gastronomy.