the starred restaurant La Grenouillère under the waters

The restaurant’s chef shared photos of his establishment, affected by the floods, on Instagram.

“Winter will not be what we expected. » The restaurant La Grenouillère, located in La Madelaine-sous-Montreuil in Pas-de-Calais, was not spared by the floods which have been affecting the department for several days.

On Instagram, the chef of the establishment Alexandre Gauthier published several photos in his story this Saturday, November 11, showing the restaurant completely flooded.

“The winter will not be what we had expected, wetter and much more severe,” he wrote.

“We will come back stronger”

In the photos, the water invaded the entire restaurant room, reaching halfway up the few stools present.

“We will come back stronger,” promised the starred chef.

La Grenouillère is a double Michelin-starred restaurant. It is also part of the ranking of the 50 best restaurants in the world established by 50best.

The chef has received support on social networks from many other chefs, such as Jérôme Banctel, David Gallienne and Laurent Mariotte. Météo-France maintained the red flood alert this Saturday in Pas-de-Calais.

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