Canadian gastronomy celebrated in Monaco

canandacookAmbassadors of Canadian gastronomy Daniel Vézina and his son Raphaël will be on hand to share their passion for great food and recipes with the students from the Monte-Carlo Technical and Hotel School from Tuesday, March 14 to Friday, March 17, during a week of Canadian Gastronomy.

This event is being organised in partnership with the Consulate of Canada in Monaco, represented by Mr Marc Devito, Honorary Consul of Canada in Monaco, in close collaboration with the Canadian Club of Monaco, chaired by Ms France Rioux, with the support of Ms Isabelle Bonnal , Director of National Education, Youth and Sports and Mr Jean-Marc Deoriti-Castellini, Principal of the Technical and Hospitality High School of Monaco.

This second part of the celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Confederation highlights the affinities between Canada and Monaco, both of which are cosmopolitan cultures, open and with gourmet taste. The Canadian Gastronomy week is a close rapprochement between the Consulate of Canada in Monaco, working hand in hand with the Canadian Club of Monaco, and Monegasque institutions to pay tribute to one of the partner countries of the Principality.

Two gourmet meals at Restaurant Le Cordon d’Or (7 Allée Lazare Sauvaigo) offer the opportunity to meet the two chefs and to taste the dishes behind their reputations, all enhanced by exceptional French wines.

Seating is limited for both lunch Wednesday, March 15 at 12 pm (€75/per person) and the Gala dinner on Friday March 17 at 7:30 pm (€100/per person), and reservations are required with Nicole Dionne: or 06 07 93 68 81.



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