The French Embassy, the French Institute, Business France, the Consulate General of France in Jerusalem, and the French Institute of Jerusalem invite you to the 6th year, the week of French gastronomy « SO FRENCH SO FOOD », from 5 to 8 février.
This year, the region of Paris Île-de-France is in the spotlight.
And yes! The terroir of the Paris region does exist!
Cradle of gastronomic and culinary French traditions, the Île-de-France combines agricultural and gastronomic heritage, as well as cultural and historical heritage, to create a multi-faceted, rich and varied terroir, with world-renowned products: from the Parisian baguette to Pastry specialties, cheeses and cold cuts, many fruits and vegetables, there is something for everyone!
They will be welcomed in Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, Be’er Sheva, Zikhon Ya’akov, Nazareth and Tiberias by Israeli leaders.
Beyond the specialties, the Île-de-France is also a land of culture, rich in its history, its architectural heritage and its tourism and economic dynamism.
It’s all the Île-de-France that the week of French gastronomy in Israel wishes to offer to the Israeli public!
😀 It’s up to you to choose your gourmet schedule 😀
5,6 et 7 February:
A delegation of 17 French chefs, including a master pastry chef, directed again this year by Guillaume Gomez, head of the Elysée Palace and president of the Association of Cooks of the French Republic, are all from the Paris Île-de-France region. of France.
Their immense talent has been distinguished by the greatest gastronomic guides and French or international awards. Among them, we can note the presence of two exceptional women Flora Mikula and Rougui Dia.
➡ Listeof the chefs + restaurants
A culinary Master Class…
Le 8 février: 3 Master Class at the Sheraton Tel Aviv Hotel will welcome three of our famous French chefs for an gourmet menu:
Rougui Dia for the first course, Flora Mikula for the main course & Tal Spiegel for the dessert.
all Masterclasses are followed by a tasting.
Sheraton Hotel, Hayarkon 115, Tel Aviv
Masterclass in French with simultaneous translation in Hebrew
Price : 70 nis/masterclass & 180 nis for the 3
Réservations: 03-7968000 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
A culinary meeting…
February 5 at 6pm, with the Head of the Elysée Palace Guillaume Gomez, “Ambassador of French gastronomy and smoker of taste”. The chef Guillaume Gomez, chef of the kitchen of the Elysée Palace since 2013, Best Worker of France and sponsor of the French Gastronomy Week in Israel will present his two books – Cooking: lessons in step by step published by Editions du Chêne en October 2017 and The notebook of a chef published by Glénat in April 2017. A meeting, reserved for subscribers of La Closerie, library of the French Institute of Israel.
➡ La Closerie – library of the French Institute of Israel.
6 Herzl st, Tel Aviv
Workshop Campus France…
February 5: “All about schools of culinary art and hospitality in France” The French Institute of Israel, thanks to its service Campus France, offers an information session to know all the best schools of culinary art and hospitality in France – the Ferrandi School, the Alain Ducasse School, Le Cordon Bleu or school Ours, and more. With the participation of Chef Eric Trochon, Professor at Ferrandi School, culinary design specialist and consultant for many hotels and restaurants around the world, and Israeli chefs who studied in France.
➡ Monday, February 5 at 7pm
French Institute of Israel, Rothschild 7, Tel Aviv
In Hebrew – Free registration with this link
Details : Esther LEVY / email@example.com / 03-7968035
A gastronomic conference…
February 6: « From Paris to Tel Aviv : the French taste ». With the gastronomic adviser David Kichka and the Israeli designer and pastry chef Tal Spiegel.
David Kichka will give us the little culinary secrets of the Paris Ile-de-France region, for example the Paris-Brest, the Meaux mustard … He will receive Tal Spiegel, designer and pastry chef in Paris, talented instagramer, who knew a smash hit all over the world with his ultra-stylish photos of colorful pastries matching his shoes.
Tasting French confectionery
➡ February 6 between 6pm & 8pm at de 18h à 20h at the auditorium of the French Institute of Tel Aviv
Rothschild 7, Tel Aviv
In Hebrew / Entrance fee : 50 NIS
-> Tal Spiegel books “Desserted in Paris” will be sold
“Flavors and Taste Evening” at the Tiberias Yad Shetrit Cultural Center Tuesday,
February 6 at 18:30 with the participation of the singer Eyla Assulin who will give a concert.
➡ Entrance fee 20 NIS
Details Judith Timsit. / 052-7341610
« The chefs cook for peace »
February 9 from 10:30am to 12pm at the open market of downtown Tiberias (Prakhim Street) Chief Fabrice Moya and his delegation will concoct a meal for peace with Druze leaders, Jews, Muslims and Christians.
Details Judith Timsit. / 052-7341610