British restaurants taking part in Goût de/Good France

British restaurants taking part in Goût de/Good France

On March 21st Goût de/Good France will celebrate French gastronomy around the world. Over 1,500 chefs across the five continents will be serving French dishes simultaneously to honour French cuisine. Here are a few of the restaurants in Britain that will be joining in the event.

Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester

Chef Jean-Philippe Blondet will be serving a gourmet French menu in the three Michelin star London restaurant with wines to match chosen by Head Sommelier Christopher Bothwell. £265 per person

53, Park Lane W1K 1QA London,

The Boundary Restaurant

The special menu served at the Boundary restaurant includes traditional French dishes such as fresh oysters, pot-au-feu stew and cherry clafoutis. Head chef Harry Faddy cooks modern and refined French cuisine with an emphasis on seasonal ingredients. £48 per person

2-4 Boundary Street, Shoreditch E2 7DD London

Brasserie Joel

Heart-warming dishes are the stars of the show in Walter Ishizuka’s special menu at the Brasserie Joel with ingredients such as snails, Paris mushrooms and pork filet mignon. The chef and his team specialise in classic brasserie dishes. £39 per person

200 Westminster Bridge road, SE1 7UT London

La Garrigue

Under Jean-Michel Gauffre’s watchful eye, La Garrigue serves rustic family cooking complimented by some of the Midi’s finest wines. Jean-Michel Gauffre’s special menu for Goût de/Good France includes onion soup, rustic cassoulet and tarte tatin. £35 per person

31 Jeffrey Street EH11 DH Edinburgh

Le Garrick

Good old French classics will be served up at Le Garrick in Covent Garden including Burgundy snails, duck filet with orange and crème brûlée. Charles Lepelletier will be handling the menu himself and drawing inspiration from family recipes. menu from €34 per person

WC2E 9BH London

Les Deux Salons

Located just off Trafalgar square, Les Deux Salons restaurant is offering a sophisticated menu, prepared specially for the event by chef Andy Nolan. Dishes include a salade Périgourdine, poached halibut, and a chocolate and orange délice. £50 per person

40-42 William IV Street WC2N 4DD London


London’s smallest fine dining restaurant will be serving classical dishes including John Dory with French white asparagus & sorrel and chocolate mille-feuille, Agen prunes and vanilla & hazelnut praline, in a menu imagined by by head chef Marianne Lumb. £85 per person

104a Chepstow Road W2 5QS London

Pillars, University of West London

This training restaurant lets students serve delicious food to customers during themed meals. For Goût de/Good France, Michael Coaker and Nathan Vasanthan will be serving oeufs en meurette, mussel gratin, slow cooked duck leg and a choice of two desserts. price unavailable

University of West London, St Mary’s road W5 5RF Ealing

Rivea London

Launched by Alain Ducasse who took his love for French and Italian food and put it into one place, this restaurant is in the hands of chef Alexandre Nicolas who will be serving a menu which includes Riviera-style John Dory, veal fillet with asparagus and thym tamarre goat cheese. £65 per person

Bulgari Hotel, 171 Knightsbridge SW7 1DW London

The Escoffier

The Escoffier Restaurant provides a unique dining experience located within Bournemouth and Poole College. For Goût de/Good France, chef Christophe Baffos will be serving a rustic menu featuring ham rillette, scallops in saffron sauce, filet of beef en croute and crème brûlée. £20.95 per person

The Bournemouth and Poole College, The Lansdowne BH1 3JJ Bournemouth

The Grill at the Dorchester

Alain Ducasse’s protégé Christopher Marleix has created a sophisticated menu for the event with dishes such as chicken pâté en croute, lobster with coral dressing, spit-roasted suckling pig and his very own Paris Brest. £70 per person

53 Park Lane W1K 1QA London

See the full list of participating restaurants for Goût de/Good France

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