Les Grandes Tables du Monde unveils its 2022 Guide
On Monday, March 7th, David Sinapian (Maison Pic – Valence), President of the association Les Grandes Tables du Monde, assembled the crème de la crème of the food industry at the Shangri-LA in Paris for the launch of the prestigious association’s 2022 guide.
As an official partner, Valrhona was there to preview the vintage which reflects the association's ambitions: “to be the standard-bearer for rich, festive and above all generous modern cuisine.”
Seven new members in 2022
Seven new members are joining Les Grandes Tables du Monde in 2022, united under their emblem, Le Coq by Cocteau:
- Boury (Tim Boury)– Roeselare, Belgium
- D’O (Davide Oldani)– Milan, Italy
- La Merise (Cédric Deckert)– Laubach, France
- La Scène (Stéphanie Le Quellec) – Paris, France
- Mudec (Enrico Bartolini) – Milan, Italy
- Osch Noir, (Manuel Ulrich) – Donaueschingen, Germany
- Restaurant Ikarus – Hangar 7 (Martin Klein)– Salzburg, Austria
Les Grandes Tables du Monde: the Globetrotters guide to Luxury Gastronomy
When it was founded in 1954 by six friends and restaurateurs — Jean Barnagaud (Prunier), André Vrinat (Taillevent), René Lasserre (Lasserre), Claude Terrail (La Tour d’Argent), Raymond Oliver (Le Grand Véfour) and Louis Vaudable (Maxim’s), the aim of the association Les Grandes Tables du Monde was to promote a lofty vision of French gastronomic traditions. Three years later, the association welcomed its first member from another country (Marcel Kreusch from the Villa Lorraine in Brussels).
Today, Les Grandes Tables du Monde brings together 178 exceptional restaurants scattered across 23 countries and five continents for a truly delicious world tour. They all share a taste for excellence, culinary elegance and creativity, to provide their guests with a unique and memorable experience.