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Fête de la gastronomie

A celebration of French cuisine
28 September from 12pm | Lanseria
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Join the forum company and the French Institute of South Africa in celebrating French gastronomy with Fête de la gastronomie for a French inspired lunch in the countryside. 

Fête de la Gastronomie is all about sharing delicious food with your nearest and dearest and this month Farm to Table lunch gives you the opportunity to do just that!

Guests can enjoy a delicious farm-style meal under the trees at their leisure. While the talented Forum chefs will create the perfect meal using the freshest locally farmed ingredients with a French flair.

Children will also have a ball and are welcome to bring along their bikes and enjoy exploring the surroundings.

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Address
Rem Portion 17 | Farm 534 | Nooitgedacht
Pine Valley Road | Lanseria
Situated in Lanseria off the Elandsdrift road.  GPS Coordinates -25.970552, 27.910843

Bookings
Adults (14+) R380
8-13 years old R160 (eat from the adult buffet)
4-7 years old R80 (eat from the adult buffet)

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More on fête de la gastronomie in France and abroad

French Gastronomy is a living thing, a tradition that has cemented French society throughout the centuries, uniting the population at mealtimes and providing a subject of conversation at all times! The Fête de la Gastronomie is all about food and cooking, a joyous, generous occasion, when the general public and professionals from the world of gastronomy get together to celebrate this unique, unifying, identity-creating element of our shared heritage. The festival is organised the fourth weekend of September every year. The aim is to highlight gastronomy in all its many and diverse forms (with the help of those working in the sector, their produce and their expertise) and invite everyone else, whether true foodies or just curious observers, to enjoy French gastronomy’s many treasures wherever they may be.

For many years now, French chefs have been proudly flying the flag for French Gastronomy all over the world. Thanks to our talented chefs, culinary craftsmen and other professionals in the sector, French Gastronomy is a major export product, a part of everyday life present almost everywhere you go throughout the world. Chefs, culinary craftsmen and other talented individuals have already begun work on the major events they have planned.

www.economie.gouv.fr/fete-gastronomie/homepage?language=en-gb


Presented by the forum company, in association with the French Institute of South Africa and Kaya fm, as part of la fête de la gastronomie.

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