Culinary Week celebrating the French Revolution and French street market

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A series of activities organized by Lucullus, the French Gastronomic Association in Argentina, will take place between July 11 and July 17, 2016 for the celebration of the French Revolution.

Some of the best French restaurants, bakeries, creperies and patisseries in Buenos Aires will participate in the French Revolution Week "Cuisine et Liberte" offering promotional prices on typical French products, from July 11th to July 17th, 2016.

Special menus will be offered at Le Sud, Palacio Duhau Park Hyatt Buenos Aires, Paris Burger, Fleur de Sel, Frenchie, La Boutique de Jean-Paul, Cocu, Pulpería Quilapán, Le Bistrot, Méli Mélo, La Paris & Un Dos Crêpes.

For more information about participating restaurants, menus and reservations, visit Lucullus website.

Plaza Francia
As closing of the week, on Saturday July 16 and Sunday July 17, from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm, an authentic French Market called "Le Marché" will be installed at Plaza Francia, on Av. del Libertador & Av. Pueyrredon, Recoleta, with over 25 gastronomic stalls run by some of the most renowned French chefs and restaurants in Argentina, such as: Bonjour Catering, Chomnalez Catering, COCU, Fleur de Sel, Frenchie, L’Atelier de Céline, La Web Gourmet, Labán pâtisserie, Le Beaujolais, L’épi Boulangerie, Les Macarons de Paris, Les Olivier, Meli Melo, Paris Burger, Topinambour, Un, Dos, Crepes, Enseres, Las Dinas, Compañía de Chocolates, Darto, Gourmand Place, Guilab – Laboratorio de helados, Kakawa, La Bohème, Nomade Comida Rica, Piedras Blancas, Porto, Quesos La Suerte, The Crème Brûlée Company, and more.

Visitors will have the chance to taste and purchase French bakeries and different specialties from the French cuisine, like: crêpes, soupe à l’oignon, boeuf bourguignon, quiches, croque-monsieur, macarons, éclairs, canelés, moelleux au chocolat; petit salé aux lentilles, quenelles, chicken waterzoi, cassoulet; cheese, cold cuts, home made terrines, wines, bread, chocolates… and much more.

Free entrance.

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