5th edition of Goût de France / Good France in the Philippines [fr]

The biggest French dinner in the world returns, in the Philippines and all over the world, for its 5th edition on March 21, 2019!

Goût de France / Good France was first launched by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 2015, following the inclusion of the “Gastronomic Meal of the French” in the UNESCO World Intangible Heritage list.

The objective is to celebrate French cuisine, its traditions, and its values during a grand gastronomic evening on the same date, all over the world.


The concept is inspired by the Epicurean Dinners: on March 21, 2019, each participating chef will serve a traditional French menu (following the order of starter, main course, cheeses, dessert, accompanied by French wines and spirits) in their respective restaurants. These menus must demonstrate the richness of French gastronomy, responsible cuisine, and may highlight local culinary traditions in the Philippines.

On March 21, 2019, we invite you to dine à la française and get a taste of France through the special menus created by our 26 participating Goût de France / Good France chefs, to be served at their respective restaurants:

- Chef Jacq Tan of Apéro and Duck & Buvette
- Chef Ariel Manuel of Bistro Manuel
- Chef Didier Derouet of Café Adriana by Hill Station (Baguio)
- Chef Gene Gonzalez of Café Ysabel
- Chef Konrad Walter of The Manila Hotel’s Champagne Room
- Chef Vicky Pacheco of Chateau 1771
- Chef Jessie Sincioco of Chef Jessie Rockwell Club
- Chef David Olyver Virrey of Eiffel Kubo (Malaybalay City, Bukidnon)
- Chef Armand Lafare of Element Boutique Hotel
- Chef Martin Kaspar of L’Entrecôte Manila
- Chef Bruno Tirel of L’Epicérie Gourmande
- Chef Waya Araos-Wijangco of Gourmet Gypsy Art Café
- Chef Robert Lilja of Maria Luisa’s Garden Room
- Chef Clément Damotte of La Mère Poulard Manila
- Chef John Louie Gonzaga of Milagritos of TRYP Hotel by Wyndham
- Chef Hervé Clair of Raffles Makati’s Mirèio
- Chef Trish Panlilio of Mulberry Door
- Chef Glenda Maupin of Petit Bistro
- Chef Justin Baradas of Enderun Colleges’ Restaurant 101
- Chef Marc Aubry of Sagana French Bistro
- Chef Jonathan Bouthiaux of Anya Resort Tagaytay’s Samira
- Chef Cocoy Ventura of SGD Coffee Roastery
- Chef Julien Cossé of Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila’s Spiral Manila
- Chef Patrice Freuslon of Tauro Pintxos, Tapas, Wine Bar
- Chef Menoy Gimenez of Tito Chef Restaurant
- Chef Pierre Cornelis of Vatel Restaurant Manila
- Chef Richard Amado of La Vie Parisienne and La Vie in the Sky in Cebu City

For more information on the restaurants and their respective menus: http://restaurateurs.goodfrance.com/en/participating-restaurants

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Goût de France / Good France in the Philippines - menus
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For table reservations, you may directly contact the participating restaurants.

For more information: www.goodfrance.com

Bon appétit ! #GoutdeFrancePH #GoodFrancePH

Dernière modification : 31/07/2019

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