This year, the Goût de France dinner was a bit more special for ITS, since the food was prepared and executed by ITS Degree in Culinary Arts third year students, who studied at the Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon France for 4 months last year, as part of their studies. The students presented a carefully crafted and curated menu and were responsible for the whole process, from its inception to its execution. The service was carried out by Certificate students, under the direction of their lecturers, who also paired different wines for each course.
Gout de France is a celebration across the world, where chefs commit to cooking a French-style dinner. This year’s theme was food inspired by the French Provence and socially responsible cuisine, showcasing food which is healthy and which respects our planet.
The dinner, which falls on the 21st March is celebrated in various restaurant across Malta. ITS and its students this year had the honour to host French Ambassador to Malta, H. E. Brigitte Curmi, together with her distinguished guests.
28th March 2019