|Born||February 8, 1978|
|Education||École Supérieure de Cuisine Française (ESCF) - Ferrandi|
|Spouse(s)||Chi Wah Chan|
|Cooking style||French, Chinese, Fusion cuisine|
Grattard's husband, Chi Wah Chan, was born in Hong Kong, and they moved from Paris to Hong Kong for two years, where Grattard worked alongside Chinese chefs and explored the culinary scene. They returned to Paris and together opened Yam'Tcha in the Les Halles neighborhood in 2009. The name Yam'Tcha is a reference to the Cantonese phrase "Yum cha" for eating a meal with tea, and tea service by Chan is part of the prix fixe meal at the restaurant. Yam'Tcha received many positive reviews in its first year and was awarded one star in the 2010 Michelin Guide.
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