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Goût de France in Hong Kong


  14.03.16    Hong Kong


For the second year running, Goût de France is set to celebrate the delights of French gastronomy in various global locations, including here in the Fragrant Harbour. Taking place worldwide next Monday 21st March, more than 1500 chefs on five continents are expected to join the event, while dinners served simultaneously in participating restaurants will apparently ‘honour the merits of French cuisine, its capacity for innovation, and its values: sharing, enjoying, and respecting the principles of high-quality, environmentally responsible cuisine.’

That’s a lofty ideal but also a great excuse – as if any were needed – to experience some sensational cuisine at participating restaurants in Hong Kong, while 5% of any proceeds will go to local NGOs promoting health and the environment. We have Alain Ducasse to thank for starting this initiative, while details of all global restaurants taking part can be found here http://tinyurl.com/zo2bc28. Contact the individual restaurants to book. Below are some of the Hong Kong restaurants taking part next Monday – along with my reviews –  from the sublime talents of Epure, Caprice and Pierre, to the great home cooking of La Cabane – bon appétit!

 

Bibo – http://www.finefooddude.com/bibo-hong-kong/

 

Bibo 1

Caprice – http://www.finefooddude.com/caprice/

Caprice Hong Kong

 

Epure – http://www.finefooddude.com/epure-hong-kong/

Epure Hong Kong

La Cabane – http://www.finefooddude.com/la-cabane/

La Cabane Hong Kong

Petrus – http://www.finefooddude.com/petrus-hongkong/

Petrus Hong Kong

Pierre – http://www.finefooddude.com/pierre-hong-kong/

Pierre Hong Kong

Spoon – http://www.finefooddude.com/spoon/

Spoon Hong Kong