GOOD FRANCE: The World’s Greatest French Dinner
On 21 March in 150 countries Goût de France / Good France will bring together over 3,000 restaurants and 150 embassies over five continents in a celebration of French gastronomy. An event organized by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs and the chef Alain Ducasse.
Chefs from around the world will come together for a meal to celebrate the vitality of French cuisine and unite around the joint values of sharing and pleasure in a planet-friendly and healthy way.
From haute cuisine to quality bistro food, offer a French-inspired meal in your restaurant and participate in this great celebration
Every year, Goût de France / Good France showcases French cuisine made with fresh, seasonal produce from France’s various regions.
On 21 March, France is on the menu!
Participating in the Goût de France / Good France event means:
• obtaining a label of excellence following selection by a Committee of Chefs;
• belonging to an international community of over 2,500 chefs;
• promoting the visibility of France’s culinary heritage;
• highlighting visibility among clients in France and abroad;
• increasing the restaurant’s activity ratio.
Ahead of the event, each participating chef will receive a communications kit with Goût de France / Good France stickers and posters to promote the event in their establishment.
Each menu showcases France’s gastronomy while allowing chefs freedom to adapt their offers to their own markets and quality products. ALL MEALS MUST FOLLOW a certain order of dishes:
• Generous apéritif
• Main course(s)
• Cheese course
• Dessert (*)
• French wines and champagnes
(*) Two desserts may be served if the restaurant owners feel they are unable to provide high-quality cheese.
Each menu will be based on cuisine that uses little fat, sugar or salt, shows concern for “good food” and the environment, and features vegetables and grains.
A PRICE/ A GESTURE
The price is at the restaurant’s discretion. It is suggested that 5% of sales are donated to a local NGO working in the health and environment sectors.
Contact: Valérie Leveziel d’Arc / Good France coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org