Goût de France/ Good France 2019
On the week starting from the 19th of March, across five continents and in over 150 French embassies and consulates, chefs will unveil their vision of a French-style dinner in an extensive programme celebrating French cuisine.
In India, over 70 restaurants are part of Good France this year. Participation from India has been increasing steadily – up by 50% from last year in Delhi alone – which reflects the Indian public’s growing interest in exploring new flavours, especially French gastronomy, which is certainly among the best in the world!
Gastronomy: an asset for France’s attractiveness
As the world’s leading tourist destination, France’s goal is to attract 100 million foreign visitors by 2020 and generate €60 billion in tourist revenue.
Gastronomy is one of the mainstays of France’s attractiveness to tourists. With a third of tourists saying that they visit France for its culinary heritage, it is clearly a major part of its international outreach. The depth and uniqueness of French cuisine, the wide range of local produce and the inscription of the “Gastronomic Meal of the French” on the UNESCO List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity all help France stay at the top of global tourism destinations. Goût de France/Good France promotes the excellence of this expertise and is thus an essential tool for promoting destination France.
All participating restaurants are presented on the www.goodfrance.com website.
Restaurants selected in Bangalore:
12th Main at Grand Mercure Bangalore
24X7 Alfresco at Lalit Ashok Bangalore
Café Noir at Phoenix Market City on 21st March and at UB City on 22nd.
Le Cirque at The Leela Palace Bengaluru
Monsoon at The Park Bangalore
Mynt at Taj West End
Ottimo at ITC Gardenia
The Square at Novotel Bengaluru Outer Ring Road
Tiamo at Conrad Bengaluru
WelcomCafe Jacaranda at WelcomHotel Bengaluru
Restaurants selected in Hyderabad: