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In celebration of Good France 2017, Air France hosted guests to the best of French cuisine.

Good France is a celebration of French cuisine, bringing together chefs from all over the world. The dinner showcases the excellence of French cuisine, its capacity for innovation as well as the pleasure derived from eating these meals.

The dinner took place at The Sky Restaurant, Eko Hotel & Suites where guests were treated to a five-course meal starting with the Aperitif, hot starters, main course, cheese and finally dessert.

In attendance were media personnels such as Rose Umane, Omolola Itayemi, Olufunmilayo Ojesina and Yemisi Suleiman.

The ambience was great as guest can be seen relishing the savor of the French meals. Chef Benjamin of Sky Restaurant also took guests through the process of preparing the meal i.e. the ingredients, how long it took to prepare the meal as well as the history of the meal.

Nike Davies-Okundaye, French nationals and lovers of good food were also spotted at the dinner.

See more photos below:

The Mouth-Watering Meals

Aperitif – Chicken dumplings and fish mousse with tom yum flavor

Hot starter – Seared caramelized lobster medallions with crispy spinach cannelloni, saffron lemon coconut sauce & capsicum puree

Main course – roasted duck rolls with sauteed vegetables, risotto lemongrass orange sauce

Brie and bleu cheese

Dessert – Milk chocolate mousse with caramelized banana and avocado ice cream

Savouring the taste of good French food

Guests

After a great meal

6 Comments

  1. Mordi Antoinette

    March 22, 2017 at 6:52 pm

    What a nice meal(145)

  2. Ibeh happiness

    March 22, 2017 at 7:06 pm

    Am here salivating and doing my best as a student and someone is out there chilling and dinning… Nice French cuisines… Am salivating for real…………. (117)

  3. B

    March 22, 2017 at 8:56 pm

    Nice! Looks well put together. Btw, isn’t Goût de France supposed to mean Taste of France though.

  4. emmanuel

    March 22, 2017 at 10:12 pm

    someone will now eat this one and be full ehn, nice cuisine

  5. Angie

    March 22, 2017 at 10:45 pm

    Gout de France is taste of France. What kind of translation is this?
    Anyway, French food is overated. Their patisserie is the best though.

  6. Food Lover

    March 22, 2017 at 11:57 pm

    What kind of pictures are these?
    Abeg next time, call food lovers, food enthusiasts and food photographers like Eat Drink Lagos, Tuke Morgan, Afrolems and co

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