When chic meets Shokunin
L’Artisan Furansu Kitchen creates memorable cuisine by merging the discipline of traditional Japanese cooking with the flair of contemporary French cuisine. L’Artisan does not fuse, but understands that both culinary traditions work alongside harmoniously to offer an unforgettable dining experience.
At the helm of L’Artisan is head chef Stephane Shoji, a Paris-born, multicultural melange who embraces the best qualities of his dual Japanese and French heritage.
At the heart of each dish is perhaps the secret of L'Artisan's innovation – an ode to the Japanese concept of 'Shokunin', meaning artisan or craftsman, a way of life and thinking that upholds a deep commitment to the mastery of one's craft.
LUNCH at L’ARTISAN
Every day, a new culinary adventure.
From Mondays to Fridays, chef Stephane designs an entirely new menu based on the ingredients available at the market that day. This daily passion project is inspired by his travels and his own personal journey, learning from the kitchens of Tokyo to Paris, London to Athens, and now Madrid.