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Seychelles Tourism presents: Gout De France/Good France

Notice to all food lovers!

We are on the highway through a magical culinary journey to experience an unforgettable Provencal encounter.

Last week, we started with an introduction of chefs from @Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare and @Four Seasons Resort Seychelles.

As we head this week to the D-day, the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) culinary journal series will keep you au fait about the establishments which are collaborating with Gout De France/Good France in Seychelles 2019.

Announced Friday, March 1, 2019, at the headquarters in Mont-Fleuri, several chefs in Seychelles will be among 5,000 worldwide to please our taste buds.

Meet our participants:

Cyann Restaurant- Constance Ephelia

Save the date: Thursday, March 21

At Constance Ephelia Chef Amit Chandel has finely selected his ingredients, to make an irresistible four-course menu French gastronomy style.

Delplace Restaurant

Save the date: March 21-28

For a week long, Province Chef Julien puts his perfected Provençal savoir-faire and creates a marvelous feast. He aims to take his guests on a spectacular culinary rendezvous through his exquisite French cuisine.

Goût de France/Good France in Seychelles is an event coordinated by the French Embassy in collaboration with the Seychelles Tourism Board, this March 2019, residents and visitors are invited to the world’s biggest event to French gastronomy in over 150 countries!

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