See who’s participating in Good France Vancouver 2019!

See who’s participating in Good France Vancouver 2019!

Names are in, a mix of returning restaurants and new ones,
8 restaurants are participating this year in Good France Vancouver, BC

A food event like no other. France is turning the whole world into one big table. Vancouver is part of the hosting guests. As announced in our December email, the largest food festival celebrating the vitality of French gastronomy is returning to Vancouver for the 5th edition. This international culinary event will give food lovers the chance to taste French cuisine by leading chefs in Vancouver and continue helps raise the city’s foodies reputation. On March 21st, 8 BC Chefs will be cooking up a French-style dinner with a focus on responsible cuisine. Each dish will include great concern for good food and the environment.This year’s edition is also taking a greener approach with a focus on the issues of environmental and resource preservation.Lastly, the Provence region is in the spotlight this year.

PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS

Tableau Bar Bistro

St Lawrence

Provence Marinaside

Le Crocodile

Bistro 41 (by Faubourg)

Origo Club

Verre

Bouchons Bistro (Kelowna)

About Good France

Participating restaurants have been selected after designing their menu based on the following sequence: aperitif and canapés, starter, main course(s), cheese, dessert(s), French wines and champagnes. For restaurateurs,  Good France is the chance to belong to an international label liaising casual and bistro Chefs to Michelin star Chefs, all in the name of the “cuisine à la française”.

Based on Auguste Escoffier’s “Dîners d’Epicure”, Good France was launched on the initiative of the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs in partnership with Chef Alain Ducasse to boost the visibility of French cuisine around the world. In 2018, over 3000 restaurants participated which represented 250,000 meals and 8,000 guests in 156 embassies.

More information on France’s culinary tradition, “the art of eating well” :

The “gastronomic meal of the French” is now inscribed on UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. With French cuisine, the food is the epicenter but still not without the whole experience. All senses should be looked after – smell, sound, sight and flavour.

Good France official website :  https://www.france.fr/en/campaign/gout-france-good-france
Good France official Twitter account : https://twitter.com/good_france
Good France Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/good_france/
Consulate of France Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ConsulatFRAVancouver/
Consulate of France Twitter account: https://twitter.com/ConsulatFRAVan

 

 

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