|La Trobe Art Institute, 121 View Street, Bendigo VIC 3550
|$20 for Members and $25 for General public
Savour the taste of Parisian history with renowned French chef Gabriel Gaté!
Join us as Gabriel shares fascinating insights into Parisian food culture in an exclusive appearance in Bendigo, UNESCO City of Gastronomy. Gabriel's talk is inspired by historical restaurant menus from the belle époque period featured in the Paris: Impressions of Life 1880 – 1925 exhibition, as well as his own extensive travels in the city, celebrated for its long-standing traditions of culinary innovation and exquisite cuisine. Don't miss this tantalising presentation by the acclaimed chef who has brought the joy of French cuisine to Australian television audiences for over 40 years.
To extend your experience, join A Parisian lunch with Gabriel Gaté* at Ms Batterhams MacKenzie Quarters. Enjoy a menu designed by the much-loved French chef himself. Gabriel Gaté will chat with guests throughout the 2-course lunch, which will be individually plated and served with a glass of French wine.
* Kindly book A Parisian lunch with Gabriel Gaté separately through this link
This program is presented in partnership with City of Gastronomy. As a UNESCO Creative City and Region of Gastronomy, Bendigo celebrates creativity and innovation in relation to food.
Gabriel Gaté is a chef with an international reputation as a cookery author, television presenter and teacher. Born in the Loire Valley of France where his father grew all the family’s fruit and vegetables and made wine from the small family vineyard, Gabriel learned the joys of eating and cooking from his mother and grandmother.
Gabriel had the chance to learn to cook from some of the finest French chefs (he worked in two three Michelin-star restaurants) before coming to Australia in 1977 with his Melbourne-born wife, Angie.
He is the author of twenty-three cookbooks and has presented cookery shows on television for the past 40 years, most recently ‘Taste Le Tour with Gabriel Gaté’ on SBS.