From October 11th to 13th, on the Quai Antoine Ier, you should not miss out on “La Route du goût.” This will be the fifth edition of this highly-anticipated organic festival dedicated to organic gastronomy, as well as health and ecology.
In 2015, Chef Paoli Sari from the Table d’Elsa in Monaco, once awarded by Ecocert (the first organic restaurant to receive such a reward), decided to launch, with the Bio Chef Global Spirit Association, “La Route du goût,” A festival dedicated to organic goods and fine flavors as well as ecology, youth, health, and sport. The event involves everyone, from leaders to institutions, through children and their parents. The aim is to finance charitable projects with this vast organic village and a gourmet fair of 300 square meters installed in the port of the Principality. This fifth edition will be held from October 11th to 13th.
Demonstrations and a charitable project
Many activities are planned on these three days with different workshops aimed at highlighting renewable energies, healthy food and education to save the planet. On October 12th, participate in the Bio Chef Days, with the participation of Riva Monaco Boat Service and the S.A.S. Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation. This will be the inauguration of the Organic Village where artisans, producers, and winemakers will present their goods to the public and alongside enriching exchanges about what they do. The afternoon will be conducive to culinary demonstrations by eight renowned chefs from eight different countries for Chefs Love The Planet. This year, the funds raised will go to the charity project L’Ecole de Félix in Madagascar, so that it can have new infrastructures.
*Article originally published in the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.