A Celebration of French Gastronomy at La Reserve Brasserie
In 1912, Auguste Escoffier started Les Dîners d’Épicure (Epicurean Diners): one day, one menu, served in cities around the world, to as many guests as possible. In 2015, Goût de/Good France takes the idea further, bringing all categories of restaurants together globally. This international event, taking place on March 19,2015, will mark the first concrete demonstration of French cuisine’s recent listing in the “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity” category by UNESCO, and its influence on the world.
Goût de France / Good France will celebrate French gastronomy in various locations worldwide on March 19, 2015. Over 1000 chefs on all five continents are expected to join the event on the eve of spring. Dinners served simultaneously in participating restaurants will 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.
La Réserve Brasserie in Ranelagh Village will host a special evening on Thursday March 19,2015 in honour of this tradition with a unique 8 course menu designed by Jérôme Fernandes, head chef priced at €75pp. Availability in the restaurant will be limited and customers will need to reserve their tables early by calling at 01 4968825.
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Coq au vin is a truly authentic classic French dish known the world over. Chef owner Jérôme Fernandes of La Réserve Brasserie has mastered this delicacy to such an extent that it is without doubt one of the most popular and finest dishes on his restaurant’s menu. Coq au vin is a French dish of braised chicken with red wine, lardons, mushrooms, and pearl onions, which served by Jérôme with an accompaniment of delectable creamy potato. Click on the photo to see the full recipe…
Photos from La Réserve Brasserie in Ranelagh
Menu from La Réserve Brasserie in Ranelagh