The French Table
Former Master Executive Chef Herve Martin of Hermitage Vancouver is proud to present his newest eating establishment, The French Table, a classic French Restaurant in Vancouver. Nestled cosily in the Riley Park area on Main St & 23rd Ave, it’s a twist on the former Hermitage Restaurant which was a downtown Vancouver staple on Robson Street for 24 years until 2011. After the developer announced new plans, Herve re-located to a bustling up and coming area that’s ripe for surburban French cuisine.
The French Table still carries the tradition of its former self, especially with the outstanding first class servers, whom he successfully carried over. You will find clean lines and an open room when first stepping inside. Unlike the traditional white table cloths, Herve cleverly designed its’ logo under the glass tables bearing The French table signature. You can select from a menu created by Master Chef Herve Martin and served in the traditional French style. The critically acclaimed wine list boasts one of the best selections of Burgundy wines in Vancouver and is highlighted with exclusive wines from the family winery in Chamilly, France.
About Herve Martin
Herve’s immense international cooking experience started when he was the personal chef to the Late King of Belgium. He has earned the “Les Freres Trois gros” 3 star Michelin in France and the equivalent version “Freddy Girardet” in Switzerland.
Herve headed the King Edward Hotel in Toronto, after which he opened the Five Sails French themed restaurant in the Pan Pacific where he was instrumental in hosting the jazz nights and special menus.