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Kenyan Restaurants Selected For Goût de France

written by Fred Mwithiga 3rd March 2015

Goût de France Comes To Kenya!

Bonjour! On the 19th of March 2015, something wonderful is taking place across 150 countries in five continents involving more than 1000 chefs offering 1000 menus in 1000 restaurants: Good France. One dinner across the world to celebrate French gastronomy.

Goût de France Comes To Kenya

Good France was brought to life by Chef Alain Ducasse and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development with an aim of celebrating French cuisine. The worldwide French dinner will see each chef offer a ‘French-style’ menu in their restaurant with a traditional French aperitiff, a cold starter, a hot starter, fish or shellfish, meat or poultry, a French cheese, a chocolate dessert, French wines and digestifs while remaining free to highlight their own culinary traditions and cultures.

Good France will see Pango BrasserieAmbiance and Soko participate in the event as some of the 1300 restaurants across the globe. French wines, cognac and champagne will be carefully selected by Wines of The World on the auspicious night. For more information about the event and participating restaurants worldwide, click here. You can find the menus from the participating Kenyan restaurants below. Bon Appetite!

Goût de France Comes To Kenya

Goût de France Comes To Kenya

Goût de France Comes To Kenya

Goût de France Comes To Kenya

 

Chef Mohsine Korich’s Menu @ Ksh 6500 per person
Pango Brasserie at Fairview Hotel

  • Terrine de foie gras d’oie en torchon, truffes, gelée de pommes et réduction de balsamique et Calvados
  • Petite bouillabaisse aux crustacés
  • Filet de flétan fumé au beurre aromatique, mousseline d’artichauts et petits poix
  • Paupiette d’agneau aux épices marocaines, jus de morilles, mousseline de betterave et choux fleurs
  • Bavarois de fromage de Tomme de chèvre Aydius
  • Trilogie lactée noisette griottineet chocolat

 

Chef Anton Gasnier’s Menu @ Ksh 4200 per person

Soko At dusitD2 Nairobi

  • Crayfish and pomelo salad with green curry vinaigrette
  • Kenyan pea soup with shallots-bacon foam
  • Grilled red snapper with fennel fondue and smoked red pepper sauce
  • Roasted quail with butternutsquash, watercress and liquorice jus
  • Fried camenbert with Macadamia nuts, Mountain paw-paw chutney
  • The Grand Kenyan

Goût de France Comes To Kenya!

Chef Laurent Schneider’s Menu @ Ksh 4000 per person
Ambiance Restaurant Karen

  • Blinis de truite de Narumoru marine
  • Soupe d’ecrevisse de Naivasha au saffron et anis etoile
  • Fillet de sole de mombasa croustillant de pistage et clams
  • Fillet d’Autruche parfumee aux baies de Genievres
  • Feuillete de brie de Limuru aux truffes noires
  • Trilogie de mangue

Goût de France Comes To Kenya!

 

 

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