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Good France 2019, Jakarta

Bahasa l English Good news for the Jakarta community. Good France, which is an international gastronomic festival which was simultaneously held on March 21, 2019, in major cities of Indonesia from Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Bali & Manado. This is an event that has existed since 2015 organized by the French Institute of Indonesia and the French Embassy in Indonesia together with the French Tourism Agency Atout France.

A little message from the French Ambassador to Indonesia, Jean-Charles Berthonnet, " The Good France 2019 celebration on March 21 is momentum to appreciate French gastronomy which was recorded as UNESCO's world cultural heritage while appreciating the values contained in it, the spirit of sharing, togetherness and caring on the environment.

In 2019, Good France raised the theme of Provence which would become a world gastronomic tourist destination. With this theme, Provence is identical with Chefs meeting, food markets, Picnics & City Garden. In Jakarta, there will be 21 restaurants that will enliven Good France 2019. These including the following:

1. Lyon
2. Amuz Gourmet
3. B1 & Blue Terrace at Ayana Jakarta
4. Blue Alley Brasserie
5. Tangier
6. Garcon
7. Sophie Authentique
8. Olivier
10. Bistro Baron
11. Emilie
12. Kalture
13. Levant Boulangerie
14. Orients 8
15. Pardon My French
16. Paul Bakery
17. Sea Grain
18. Voyage at Harris Vertu
19. Nusa Indonesian Gastronomy

At this 2019 Good France festival, each restaurant will present a special menu with a Provence theme from both French classics to a unique modern twist menu. For those of you who are interested in joining Good France, please visit the restaurants above starting from March 21, 2019. For a detailed menu, you can contact directly to the restaurant and check out the social media Instagram.

Good France 2019


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