#GoodFrance On 21st March, celebrate French gastronomy at one of the 7 participating restaurants! [fr]
On 21 March, thousands of restaurants in 150 countries will participate in Goût de France - Good France all around the world, an occasion to unite people around the common values of sharing and enjoyment in a planet-friendly and healthy way. As we share the same love and pleasure of food, let’s celebrate it proudly together.
Chefs from all over the world will cook on the same day, in several world cities, to pay tribute to the excellence of French cuisine and highlight the values French cuisine embodies: sharing, pleasure and… hearty appetite. It opens the ways to intercultural exchanges and innovation!
Last year, Singapore has been chosen has one of the strategic countries for the launch of Good France alongside New York, London, Johannesburg and Mexico and 8 restaurants in Singapore took part in this wonderful celebration.
This year, seven restaurants will take part in Good France in 2019 to propose you again a menu showcasing France’s culinary traditions.
A well hidden gem in the historic district of Kampong Glam/Arab Street, Bistrot Mademoiselle is a bohemian chic French wine bar with an amazing wine list.The culinary team has designed a wine pairing dinner that will surprise your taste buds and offer the opportunity to try some of our best bottles for Good France this year!
2 Jalan Klapa 199314, Singapour
Nestled in the heart of downtown Singapore, Cosmo Restaurant and Wine Bar ushers you into a dine and wine experience that charms and tantalises. Featuring modern interiors that draw upon neo-European designs, use of industrial materials, and soft lighting, Cosmo Restaurant and Wine Bar caters for both the daily lunch crowd and the night destination diners. With indoor, outdoor and private dining areas, COSMO Restaurant and Wine Bar will certainly a good place to spend your Thursday for Good France.
The worldwide known Marina Bay Sands hosts on this roof the CE LA VI, an unusual roof top restaurant renowned for having one of the best views of the city. You will find a modern reinterpretation of Asian dishes cooked in French techniques. Good France is launched to highlight the cultural exchanges about food and gastronomy.
1 Bayfront Avenue , Marina Bay Sands Skypark , Tower # 019971 , Singapore
65 6688 7688
Since opening its antique wooden doors in 2012, Brasserie Gavroche celebrates the quintessential spirit of Paris. The rustic, hand-me-down French recipes enjoyed by Parisians daily have been a mainstay at this charming shophouse on Tras Street. Timeless dishes prepared by Chef Owner Frederic Colin includes Poached trout in red wine sauce to Mont d’or cheese and toasted fruit bread proposed for A Tribute Menu to the Chef of Chefs Auguste Escoffier at the Good France 2019 edition by Frederic Colin.
66 Tras street 079005, Singapore Singapour
+65 8138 2235
Taratata Brasserie serves up traditional regional French classics with centuries old recipes made from whole, naural, basic ingredients that are ritualistically prepared daily for that guaranteed freshness. A full bar and French wines to enjoy this special Good France menu with Restaurant Manager & Sommelier Kevin Gueugnon ever ready to offer any recommendations.
Set right in the centre of Singapore, the Masons Table will propose for Good France a menu designed by Khai Ng Chen who was trained with some of the most skilled Singaporean Chefs (Jimmy Chok, Justin Quek), bringing his own Asian touch to the comfort Western food he likes so much and express it through his Good France menu.
23A Coleman Street 179806, Singapore Singapour
Atout, a French traditional contemporary food specialized in delicatessen and homemade sausages. You will enjoy the cuisine of Patrick Heuberger, nominated 2nd caterer in the world at Syrah in Lyon for this year, who has been delighting Singapore with his plates for 19 years.