From the 18th to the 21st of May, the Grand Palais des Beaux-Arts of Paris will host the second edition of Taste of Paris (the first was held in 2015). This event is one of 19 Taste Festival that take place all over the world. During the festival, Parisians and those lucky enough to find themselves in the city of light will be able to enjoy the experience of tasting dishes prepared by various French chefs of recognised prestige, cooking demonstrations and master classes at great prices; all in an unbeatable atmosphere.
The spirit of the Taste Festivals is to bring together all those interested in haute cuisine in a relaxed, informal environment. Over the four days of Taste of Paris, in the 1000 m2 glass venue, there will be stages set up for chef’s demonstrations, more than a hundred exhibitors showing their products, cooking courses open to everyone, cooking courses for kids, a dining table with a taster menu created by this year’s chefs, master classes, pop-up restaurants and concerts.
The pop-up restaurants that will be at Taste of Paris are as follows:La Scène, Pierre Sang on Gambey, Mandarin Oriental, L’Eclair de Génie, Restaurant Guy Savoy, Nubé, Ferrandi, Sylvestre-Thoumieux, Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, Top Chef-La Tour des Sens, Frenchie, Kei, L’Agapé, La Tour d’Argent, Tomy & Co, Maison Lenôtre, Le Pré Catelan, Les Fables de la Fontaine and Maison Rostang.
Chefs likeAlain Ducasse, Joël Robuchon, Pierre Sang, Romain Meder and Guy Savoy participated in the previous edition with 22,000 people attending. Going to this type of event allows you to learn chefs’ techniques and opinions and see the sector’s new developments first hand, as well as enjoying the ideal situation to network and have a good time.
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