Taste of Paris : amuse-bouche


Taste of Paris : amuse-bouche

Latitudes Team

6 May 2018

Since 2015, the Grand Palais becomes every year a foodie wonderland for 4 days of food tastings, meeting with chefs, culinary events and a festive atmosphere! No less than 27 chefs will be reunited below the dome, through 16 restaurants and 2 pastries.

4 days during which you can sample bite-sized portions of the chefs’ signature dishes at their pop-up restaurants set up for the event. Whether Michelin-starred, trending or young talents, Taste of Paris welcomes today’s most sought-after chefs to bring you a gourmet experience to remember.

Among the chefs, you will find the faithful such as Alain Ducasse and Romain Meder (Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée), Frédéric Anton (Le Pré Catelan), Pierre Sang Boyer (Maison Pierre Sang) or Kei Kobayashi, but for this edition 8 new restaurants are also making their grand entrance into the Taste of Paris family, including Anne-Sophie Pic (La Dame de Pic), Nicolas Sale (Le Ritz Paris) or Denny Imbroisi (Epoca).

The pastry offer, will play its gourmet card with renowned pastry chefs such as Claire Heitzler (Ladurée), François Perret (Le Ritz Paris) or Guy Krenzer (Maison Lenôtre).

Taste of Paris is the place to meet with artisans and food producers who come to showcase their outstanding products. Stop by for a little sample and get to know them better, find out more about their products and pick up a little shopping!

Cooking classes are on throughout Taste of Paris in the Chefs’ Secrets area. 45-minute sessions during which you will learn how to make the chefs’ recipes and discover new skills to turn you into a top chef. Places can be reserved at the festival.

At the Taste Theatre, watch live cooking demonstrations by top chefs and get the chance both to sample their creations and have a little chat.

From 17 to 20 May
Grand Palais
8 avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris

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