Taste of Paris

Taste of Paris
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Taste of Paris is one of the youngest Taste Festivals. It was launched in 2015. Nevertheless, the festival has already become one of the most popular gastronomic events in the capital of France.

Taste Festivals is a company known for running a series of restaurant festivals around the world. The company’s first festival was Taste of London launched in 2004. Today Taste Festivals are held in many countries including Canada, Ireland, France, the United Kingdom, the UAE, Brazil, Finland, the Netherlands, Italy, Russia, Hong Kong, Australia, and New Zealand.

All Taste Festivals have one thing in common. They feature mini-kitchens from different restaurants, offering taste-sized portions of their signature dishes. Taste of Paris provides a unique opportunity to sample dishes by the most sought-after chefs at a reasonable price, bringing its attendees a gourmet experience to remember.

Other highlights of Taste of Paris include live demonstrations conducted by famous chefs. They are held at Théâtre des Chefs, a large stage where nearly 30 chefs share their techniques and tricks with the festival’s audience.

Those who want to try these techniques can join a Secret des Chefs session. These sessions are 45-minute culinary workshops where attendees create their own gourmet dishes under the supervision of professional chefs who teach them to preserve the textures of foods and combine flavors.

Along with pop-up restaurants, culinary demos and workshops, the program of the festival features special events for children and families, live music, a food fair featuring artisans and food producers who showcase their finest products, champagne and food pairings, wine bars, a beer bar, a cocktail bar, a premium lounge for visitors with a VIP pass, and more.

The Taste of Paris festival is held at the Grand Palais, a large historic site, exhibition hall and museum complex located in the heart of Paris. Attracting over 30,000 attendees over four days each year, it is one of the biggest food festivals in France.

Taste of Paris




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