Le Cordon Bleu Technical Director Chef Rodolphe Onno For one night only, Le Cordon Bleu Malaysia is offering a French-style menu at Espace Mr Andre Cointreau as part of the Goût de France/Good France initiative happening worldwide. Returning for the second edition after being launched in 2015, the Good France event sees over 1,500 chefs in 150 countries taking part, each creating an exclusive dinner menu in honour of the gastronomically focussed country. Inspired by Auguste Escoffier’s Diners d’Épicure (Epicurean Dinners) initiative in 1912, the event celebrates the innovation and skilful technique of the French cuisine. Le Cordon Bleu is considered by many as the guardian of French culinary technique, producing world famous chefs who graduate from its renowned programme. The venue for the meal, Espace Mr Andre Cointreau, is a fine dining restaurant of the Institute and the multi-course dinner will place a focus on fresh, seasonal and local ingredients, as well as fine French wines and spirits. The evening will begin with a short cooking demonstration by Le Cordon Bleu Technical Director Chef Rodolphe Onno showcasing a few recipes which will be presented that night. This will be followed by a pre-dinner cocktail session before guests sit down to enjoy the culinary delights, each paired with a different French wine. Champagne and spirits served on the evening will be sponsored by Pernod Ricard, the collaborative partner of The ‘Goüt de France’ – Good France Malaysia. Places are extremely limited with only 35 seats available for purchase at RM380nett per person so make sure to reserve your spot now!