On Marth 19th, the French government is organizing a worldwide celebration of its culinary culture, called Goût de France (Taste of France) which also happens to sound like Good France. They’ve enlisted 1000 chefs on five continents to put together a menu reflecting quintessential French cuisine (with a note to cook with low content of fat, salt, and sugar), and get across the message that French cuisine is contemporary and of excellence.
There are four restaurants in Taiwan (À table in Tainan, Le Moût in Taichung, Paris 1930 and S.T.A.Y. in Taipei) taking part in this operation, see here for more information.
Prices can be somewhat prohibitive due to the ingredients used for the elaborate menu, but it’s worth noting that French people don’t fine dine everyday, a satisfying French meal can be as simple as that. 😉