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Celeneraw

in Nouméa

  • Chef Alphonse Koce serves delicious, locally inspired cuisine at his restaurant in the centre of Nouméa.

  • Originally from Maré, he was a student of Joel Robuchon and sous-chef at Yannick Alléno's 3 Michelin-starred restaurant in Dubai. In October 2020, he opened his first restaurant in Place des Cocotiers in Nouméa. Its name Celeneraw—which means “from the sea to the land” in the Nengone language—illustrates the style of his cuisine perfectly. Dishes made using local ingredients are lifted to another level by his expertise. They include cassava carpaccio, braised chokos and parrot fish...
    Originally from Maré, he was a student of Joel Robuchon and sous-chef at Yannick Alléno's 3 Michelin-starred restaurant in Dubai. In October 2020, he opened his first restaurant in Place des Cocotiers in Nouméa. Its name Celeneraw—which means “from the sea to the land” in the Nengone language—illustrates the style of his cuisine perfectly. Dishes made using local ingredients are lifted to another level by his expertise. They include cassava carpaccio, braised chokos and parrot fish ceviche.

    The restaurant also offers a home delivery service in collaboration with Need Eat!
  • Capacity

    • People :  40 place setting
  • Spoken languages

    • English
  • Documentation

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  • All year
    Opened On Tuesday, On Wednesday, On Thursday, On Friday, On Saturday
    * Mardi, Mercredi, Jeudi, Vendredi, Samedi : 11h30 à 14h, 19h à 22h Petit déjeuner jeudi vendredi samedi de 7h a 10h