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Chef Christophe’s French onion soup

Chef Christophe’s French Onion Soup Soupe à l’oignon gratinée 8 people 160 grams butter 800 grams onions 20 grams plain flour 2 litres consommé stock 160 grams French baguette 320 grams Gruyere cheese Seasoning; salt, white pepper Peel and finely slice the onions Using a saucepan – add butter and sweat the onions for 30 […]

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Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide – 2014

The count is in. This year’s Guide features more than 600 individual reviews and listings including dozens of Guide-worthy bars, cafes, pizzerias and local heroes. In Sydney we’ve scored 40 brand-new restaurants, with several more returning following a revamp, a re-opening, or with a fresh new team. And almost a quarter of the more than […]

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Australian Good Food and Travel Guide – 2014

Le Tres Bon Overview In the classic Australian country setting of Bunendore village nestles Le Tres Bon, aptly translating as ‘the very good’. Run by renowned French chef Christophe Gregoire and his wife Josephine, this charming restaurant and cooking school is the epitome of provincial France. An old brick fireplace, elegant timber chairs and cloth […]

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Australian Good Food & Travel Guide 2013

In the classic Australian country setting of Bungendore village nestles Le Tres Bon, aptly translating as ‘the very good’. Run by renowned French chef Christophe Gregoire and his wife Josephine, this charming restaurant and cooking school is the epitome of provincial France. An old brick fireplace, elegant timber chairs and cloth draped tables topped with […]

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Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide – 2013

Such madness, such change. We have witnessed a record number of new restaurants this year, with 50 new metropolitan entries appearing in The Good Food Guide for 2013. The high point of the year has been the opening of the ground-breaking Momofuku Seiobo from New York. It’s equally exciting to see seasoned local performers such […]

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Canberra Times top 20 for 2013

Kirsten Lawson Aubergine once again tops our list of the best 20 restaurants in Canberra this year, reflecting the excitement and technical flair chef and owner Ben Willis achieves on the plate. Aubergine is a fine-diner with a sense of elegance and correctness in the set-up and service. It’s a style that’s not at the […]

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Come home to France 2018

We’re delighted to invite you to “come home” with Christophe to his beloved north-east France. Visit his home township of Gérardmer and explore the wider regions of Les Vosges in which it is situated, as well as nearby Alsace. This is a very special opportunity to experience France through local eyes, to see the sights […]

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French cuisine with a tropical twist, New Caledonia 2018

    Bookings for 2018 Gourmet Tour to New Caledonia are now open.  Be quick… Tour Dates: MONDAY 14 – SATURDAY 19 MAY 2018 French-inspired cuisine. The regional specialties of France are common in the restaurants and cooking schools of the capital, Noumea. Even the traditional island food of venison, wild boar and giant native snails […]

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