“One day, one chef”: Air France’s special event at the Taste of Paris festival
From 11 to 14 May 2023, Air France is taking part in the 8th edition of the Taste of Paris festival, held at the Grand Palais Ephémère in Paris. For four days, this unmissable gastronomic event celebrates the best of today's culinary scene, including the airline's high-flying catering offer.
This year, Air France is presenting a special "one day, one chef" event at its stand. Every day, a renowned chef working with Air France will offer visitors the chance to discover the dishes they have created exclusively for the menus in the airline's long-haul La Première and Business cabins and airport lounges. Amandine Chaignot, François Adamski, Régis Marcon, Thierry Marx and Michel Roth, as well as Angelo Musa, will all take turns to delight visitors with their dishes.
At special sessions at lunch or dinner time, the chefs will let participants taste their latest culinary delights specially designed for the airline's customers. They will be able to find out all the secrets involved in preparing a dish to be served at 35,000 feet. And to enhance this unique gastronomic experience, the dishes will be served in the Air France tableware made by the greatest French designers.
In addition, for the duration of the festival, all festival-goers will be able to enjoy appetizers created by Servair corporate chef François Adamski, as a foretaste of the culinary delights Air France offers on board.
Last places available!
To reserve your session at lunch or dinner time and exchange with the chefs, you can sign up now here !
Maximum 8 places per session in the presence of a chef, price 18 euros including tax.
The Air France team of seventeen talented chefs in 2023
In 2023, Air France is working with seventeen talented chefs to promote French excellence in its La Première and Business cabins and in its Paris airport lounges. As the only airline to partner with so many high-profile names, Air France is reaffirming its role as an ambassador of fine French dining and expertise throughout the world. The airline is committed to promoting the rich and diverse French gastronomic heritage in a more responsible way, by using fresh, local and seasonal produce and systematically offering a vegetarian option. Air France is also committed to offering 100% French meat, poultry, milk products and eggs, as well as sustainably caught fish, in all its cabins on departure from Paris and in its Paris airport lounges. To create these menus and to work with the best chefs, Air France relies on the expertise of Servair, the world leader in airline catering, and its culinary studio.