La Grande Carriole: Romanian Food Truck
Saturday 16 February, 12 - 2:30 p.m. and 6 - 8 p.m.
Sunday 17 February, 12 - 2:30 p.m.
Throughout its French tour, La Grande Carriole has been welcoming Romanian chefs and inviting audiences to taste and discover a reinterpretation of traditional Romanian cuisine at the venues of France-Romania Season cultural events. In Bordeaux, La Grande Carriole will be stopping off at La Cité du Vin for the weekend, along with chef Ioan Bebeselea (the 2018 Gault & Millau Romania Guide’s Chef of the Year) who will be showing Romanian cuisine in a new light to delight our taste buds.
Born of a collaboration between Marie-Josée Ordener (the project’s creator and artistic director) and designers Maria Decu and Mihai Dumitrache (Studio MD/MD), La Grande Carriole seeks to tell a story, serving as a working tool for chefs whose recipes write their own stories about this Franco-Romanian collaboration.
There are four dishes to choose from on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 February (to take away):
- Cream of vegetable soup flavoured with horseradish and beetroot juice
- Sheep's cheese croquette with cumin seeds
- Borlotti bean puree, smoked sausage and pickles
- Rose hip jam doughnut
In partnership with Latitude20, I.C.I culture cuisine and Les Grandes Tables
With the support of the Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, the Ministry for Culture, the Ministry for the Economy and Finance, the Ministry for National Education, the Ministry for Higher Education, Research and Innovation, the Ministry for Ecological Transition and Solidarity, the Ministry for Sport, the French Embassy in Romania, and the network of Institut Français and Alliance Française institutions in Romania.
Part of the 2019 France-Romania Season
In France, the 2019 France-Romania Season is being organised and run by the Institut Français.