The 2012 edition of Le Fooding Guide appears in newsstands on November 17th, and will list 900 of their favorite addresses, 450 of which are in Paris. It will also include the 11 winners of this year’s Prix Fooding for best chef, best bistro, best kept secret, amongst others, which will be announced on Monday 14 November.
To celebrate the guide’s release, Le Fooding has put together another spectacular event with an impressive line-up of young chefs (including 2 Americans for the first time) for La Cambuse Effervescente*, a dinner-cruise along the Seine on 18-19 November with:
- Sean Rembold, (Marlow and Sons, Brooklyn USA)
- David Toutain (L’Agapé Substance, Paris)
- Daniel Rose (Spring, Paris)
- Giovanni Passerini (Rino, Paris)
- Bertrand Grébaut (Septime, Paris)
- Sven Chartier (Saturne, Paris)
- Nicolas Darnauguilhem (Neptune, Bruxelles)
- David-Vincent Loyola & Mathieu Perez (Aux deux amis, Paris)
- Franck Baranger (Le Pantruche, Paris)
- Pierre Jancou (Vivant, Paris)
- Victor Gaillard, (le Chatomat, Paris)
- Keda Black (Cookbook author)
Desserts by Hugues Pouget, pastry chef of Hugo et Victor.
Tickets are 30€ and will be available for those lucky enough to snag them the week of 14 November on lefooding.com.
Proceeds will go to Des enfants du Congo Béthanie
*La Cambuse Effervescente= translates roughly to the bubbling galley in English, Cambuse being the garde-manger of a ship.
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