Palais de Versailles
On September 17 there will be another Epicurean happening: The US $ 30,000.- pp Dinner of the Chefs. A gastronomic experience, bringing together 38 Michelin stars (16 three stars donated chefs) in the Palais de Versaille.
On arrival at the airport in Paris, the sixty guests will be shuttled in their own limousine to their luxury hotel, where they will stay for the night of September 17.
Madame Giscard dâ€™Estaing herself is to host the venue.
Philippe Model will decorate the venue.
A special Chopin recital will be performed in the Pavillon FranÃ§ais by the esteemed pianist Princess Caroline Murat- Haffner and by another young virtuoso Jack Liebeck, from the Purcell School of Music in London.
The dinner will take place in the banquet hall of Le Grand Trianon, Louis XIV’s private rooms, and will count fifteen courses, served by sixteen of the worldâ€™s most renowned Chefs. Each will be explaining their own creations, giving a unique insight into the gastronomic processes from source to table.
The net profit of this special event will be donated to the Fondation pour lâ€™Enfance (child Foundation), which aims to combat child abuse.
Or the October 8, 2007 Black and White Ball?
If the dinner is a bit to expensive for you, you can opt for a Euro 1,200.- invitation for the Black & White Ball in the Orangerie of Palais de Versailles, celebrating the 15th International Evening for Children and the 30th anniversary of the same Fondation pour lâ€™Enfance (Child Foundation) and also hosted by madame Giscard dâ€™Estaing.
2 thoughts on “Paris: Dinner of the 16 Chefs in Palais de Versailles or Black and White Ball?”
This sounds like an absolutely fabulous (and decadent) event!
Which of the two would you like to attend?