Eat like a French person: Goût de France 2019! [fr]

JPEGOn March 21, 2019, enjoy a taste of France! Thousands of restaurants around the globe — including five in Atlanta, four in North Carolina and one in northwest Georgia — are putting on a "Goût de France/Good France" dinner, offering a four-course "taste of France" meal featuring the best of France’s rich culinary tradition.

Restaurants will offer dishes which celebrate sustainable dining and also pay tribute to the Provence region of France. French wine, champagne, a main course, appetizer, cheese and dessert are included.

The Consulate General of France in Atlanta will hold its official Goût de France celebration at The Brasserie at Bazati in Atlanta. Sign up and join us at the Brasserie while seats last, or enjoy Goût de France at one of the other participating restaurants across the U.S. Southeast. Find each restaurant’s Goût de France menu, prices, reservation information and more below:

The Brasserie at Bazati (Atlanta, GA)

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Course One: Petit farcis
Course Two: Branzino with ratatouille
Course Three: Marinated goat cheese in olive oil and herbs
Course Four: Lemon tart with meringue

$85/$110 with wine

Chef: Remi Granger of Blois, Loire Valley, France

Details: The Brasserie at Bazati will open its doors for Goût de France at 6:30 p.m. with service beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 21. Reservations are required and can be made on OpenTable.

AG (Atlanta, GA)

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Course One: Salad Niçoise: Ahi tuna, liquid egg, Provencal olive, pommes gaufrette
(Paired with: 2014 Michel Gassier Costier de Nîmes, Nostre Païs Blanc, Rhone Valley)
Course Two: Rouget Barbet: Red mullet, ratatouille pearl, pomme fondante, saffron fumet
(Paired with: 2016 Chateau Sainte-Anne Bandol Rosé, Provence)
Course Three: Texture de Saint Maure de Touraine: Peach compote
(Paired with: 2017 Seguin Pére et Fils Pouilly Fume, Loire Valley)
Course Four: Clafoutis: Cherries and berries
(Paired with: 2013 Gérard Bertrand Banyuls Vin Doux Naturel, Languedoc-Roussillon)

$99 without wine pairing/$139 with wine pairing

Chef: Gilles Schreiber of Strasbourg, France

Details: AG’s Goût de France dinner will be served during evening hours on Thursday, March 21 through Sunday, March 24. For reservations contact AG at (404) 221-6550 or visit OpenTable. For more information about AG, see the restaurant website. AG will donate a portion of its proceeds from Goût de France to the Children’s Miracle Network.

Anis Cafe & Bistro (Atlanta, GA)

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Course One: Salade d’Arnaud: hearts of bibb, endive, artichokes, grape tomatoes, aged red wine vinaigrette
Course Two: Thon grillé: grilled ahi tuna, squash and pepper ratatouille, herbs, olives
Course Three: Crottin de chèvre: goat cheese crottin, mâche, walnuts
Course Four: Mousse au citron vert: candied lime mousse, fresh berries

$48 (beverages, tax, and gratuity are not included)

Chef: Arnaud Michel of Montpelier, France

Details: The Goût de France menu will be served March 21-24. The dinner is NOT a single seating. Contact Anis Cafe & Bistro for reservations. (Reservations can be made on the website, on Open Table, or over the phone. Mention reservation is for Goût de France event.)

Atmosphère (Atlanta, GA)

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Course One:
Provencal octopus salad
— or —
"En daube" beef ravioli
Course Two:
Whole bronzino, fennel salad
— or —
Lamb chops, polenta, rosemary sauce
Course Three: Goat cheese assortment
Course Four: Pistacchio ice cream, mendiant tuile

$65 (wine, tax and gratuity not Included)

Chef: Adam Olejniczak

Details: Atmosphère’s Goût de France menu will be offered from 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 21. Contact Atmosphère at (678) 702-1620 or online at www.atmospherebistro.com for reservations.

Portico Global Cuisine (Atlanta, GA)

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L ‘Aperitif: Seared sea scallop, tomato, olive and garlic
Poisson: North Georgia rainbow trout with lemon butter, white wine, haricot vert
Entrée: Garlic and rosemary rubbed local grass-fed beef strip steak, sliced and served with Cabernet reduction and roast fingerling potatoes and baby vegetables
Intermezzo: Melon and basil sorbet
Fromage: Local cheeses from Sweetgrass Dairy & Woodsman and Wife Creamery
Dessert: High Road Craft- Rosemary and almond ice cream, balsamic strawberries

$65/$85 with wine (Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Napa Valley, Chateau de Parenchere, Bordeaux, France, 2015)

Executive Chef: Doug Kieley; Chef de Cuisine: Alejandro Rojas

Details: Portico Global Cuisine’s Goût de France menu will be available March 21-23, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. Reservations can be made on OpenTable or by calling 770-396-6800. For more information on Portico Global Cuisine, see the restaurant website.

The French Bread Café (Calhoun, GA)

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Course One: Petit farcis of Nice
-or-
Salade Niçoise
Course Two: Bouillabaisse de Cannes
-or-
Beef daube Provencal with aioli vegetables
Course Three: Goat cheese
Course Four: Crepe red velvet

$65.00 (beverages, tax, and gratuity are not included)

Chef: Georges Develay of Cannes, France

Details: The French Bread Café’s Goût de France dinner will be served Monday, March 18 through Friday, March 22. The restaurant opens at 6:00 p.m. with service beginning at 6:30 p.m.. Guests must sign up in advance with a reservation by calling or texting 706-844-3177.

The Chef and the Frog (Whiteville, NC)

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Course One: Escargots or French onion soup
Course Two: Boeuf Bourguignon or steak au poivre
Course Three: profiteroles or crème brûlée

Chef: Sokun Slama

Details: The Chef and the Frog’s Goût de France dinner begins at 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 21. It is not a single seating. Reservations are recommended: 910-640-5550.

The Katharine Brasserie (Winston-Salem, NC)

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Course One: Smoked trout & endive salad
and
Grilled octopus
Course Two: Herb crusted lamb loin
Course Three: Camembert de Normandie
Course Four: Tarte tropézienne

$75 (includes wine: Bailly Lapierre Cremant de Bourgogne)

Chef: Adam Barnett

Details: The Goût de France menu will be served March 21-24. The dinner is NOT a single seating. Contact The Katharine Brasserie for reservations. (Reservations recommended but not necessary.)

Saint Jacques French Cuisine (Raleigh, NC)

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Course One:
Savory crème brulée
Local shrimp, fish, and mushrooms in a cream sauce over puff pastry
Course Two:
Famous original quiche with gruyère and lardons, petite salad
Rabbit paupiette with white wine demi sauce
Course Three:
Vanilla crème anglaise with poached meringue, mirabelle caramel

$85, wine included (Brut Rosé Leucquois. Côtes de Toul AOP blanc, Auxerrois; Gris de Toul, AOP rosé. Pinot noir, AOP Côtes de Toul). Tax and gratuity additional.

Chef: Serge Falcoz-Vigne of Grenoble, France

Details: Dinner is at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 21. Guests must sign up in advance by making a reservation on OpenTable or by calling the restaurant at (919) 862-2770. For more information on Saint Jacques French Cuisine, visit the website.

Saint Jacques @ The Burke Manor Inn (Gibsonville, NC)

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Course One: Pissaladière and salade Niçoise
(Respectively paired with pastis and rose wine with lemon and mint granita)
Course Two: Daube Provençale
(Paired with Domaine de Regusse, 2017)
Course Three: Chèvre en huille d’olive et socca
(Paired with Domaine Houchart Blanc, Provence 2016)
Course Four: Tarte à la courge et glace lavande
(Paired with coffee)

$75 plus tax and gratuity

Chef: Lil Lacassagne of Grasse, France

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Details: The Burke Manor Inn’s Goût de France dinner will be served at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 21. Reservations are required. For more information or to make reservations, see the restaurant website..

Thyme & Place Café (Southern Pines, NC)

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Course One: Pissaladière
Course Two: Daube Provencale with polenta
Course Three: Goat and Roquefort cheese, served with baguettes
Course Four: Gluten free almond cake

$65.00: Includes two glasses of wine (Cotes du Rhone, Gigondas; Château-Neuf-du Pape, Mumm) food, tax and gratuity

Chef: Emma Andrade

Details: The restaurant opens for Goût de France at 6:00 p.m. with service beginning at 6:30 p.m. on March 21. Reservations are required. See Thyme and Place’s Goût de France webpage for reservations and more details.

MORE INFORMATION:
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- It’s not too late for interested restaurants to sign up for Goût de France / Good France 2019. For more information, see the official website or contact the consulate at info.atlanta-fslt@diplomatie.gouv.fr.
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- In 2018 a total of 3,500 restaurants participated in Goût de France throughout 152 countries, reaching a total of 300,000 people.
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Last modified on 25/03/2019

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