Located in the heart of the 15th arrondissement of Paris, the Hotel Moderniste welcomes you just a few steps from the Porte de Versailles. And why not take advantage of this opportunity to plan a stay for the Gastronomy of Overseas and World Cuisines Fair?
This unique event will take place from January 26 to 28, bringing together more than 130 chefs, producers, and artisans from the nine overseas territories. Organized by the renowned chef Babette de Rozières, the fair aims to showcase exotic, Caribbean, and Creole culinary cultures with numerous tastings of traditional dishes.
You will have the opportunity to discover a multitude of overseas flavors from Guadeloupe, Guyana, Martinique, French Polynesia, Reunion, St-Pierre-et-Miquelon, Wallis-et-Futuna, and Mayotte. All these delicious dishes will be prepared by the top chefs from each location, selected by the founder Babette de Rozières, who shares with them the secrets of Creole cuisine.
In addition to traditional recipes, innovative creations, and new trends in Overseas cuisine will be presented. A golden opportunity for food enthusiasts and gastronomy lovers! The theme of this new edition is "The Art of Living in the Caribbean". The idea is to transport fair visitors into the lifestyle of this paradisiacal region through its captivating rhythms, vibrant colors, and unique and delicious flavors. For three days and two evenings, you will have the unique opportunity to travel to the other side of the world without leaving the capital!
The Overseas Gastronomy and World Cuisines Fair, also known as Sagasdom, is a true invitation to a sensory escape in the heart of Paris. Conferences, battles between chefs, each animation is designed to allow you to discover the cultural richness of the overseas islands. Don't miss the opportunity to make gourmet discoveries and beautiful encounters with other gastronomy enthusiasts! Book your ticket on the official website of the fair!
The Hotel Moderniste looks forward to welcoming you for a culinary getaway in the heart of Paris.
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