Nestling within the hotel’s charm, it is ideally situated on the canal. Take a seat in a bourgeois dining room, under chandeliers, and enjoy contemporary, gastronomic cuisine with a Mediterranean accent, where fish from the Sète fish markets is king. Examples include lobster risotto (the chef’s signature dish), bourride as in Sète, or roast monkfish, bottarga and artichokes…
Quand la magie de Sète s’invite dans l’assiette. Notre chef Jean Pascal Hamet et son équipe réinterprètent pour vous une cuisine méditerranéenne et vous proposent de savourer des moments gourmets autour d’une table de marché, récompensée par un BIB Gourmand Michelin : meilleur rapport qualité/prix.
The cuisine of a Sétois chef, between land and sea.
Jean-Pascal Hamet has been at the helm of the Quai 17 restaurant since 2005. With 12 years’ experience in a well-known establishment in Sète, he has succeeded in making Quai 17 a table that counts on the unique island.
He opts for a cuisine dedicated to highlighting the product. The port of Sète and the Thau Basin provide the basis for Sétoise specialities: oysters, shellfish, fish soup, monkfish stew, and allow him to reinterpret a contemporary, gastronomic cuisine with Mediterranean accents.
The advantages of
Located on the water’s edge, overlooking the canals.
Creative, tasty menus featuring local produce.
Michelin Bib since 2017.
A warm atmosphere
Friendly, attentive service for an unforgettable experience.
Using fresh fish and seafood from the region.
A varied selection to suit all wine lovers.
Reception for groups and events.
Easy access for people with reduced mobility.