From 6 to 8 March, Paris will host a new edition of Omnivore, the gastronomy congress that travels around the world and where the Maison de la Mutualité’s stand is one of the most elaborate. Our interest not only focuses on the culinary gathering with more than 100 encounters and five different scenarios, but especially on all programming dedicated to the best pastry chefs of the moment. There will be two central points of the contents of this edition: vanguard cuisine and the city of Montreal.
Up to a total of 21 guest pastry chefs will be part of the “Scène Sucré” of Omnivore Paris this year. Along with very familiar names to readers of So Good magazine such as Patrick Roger, Yvan Couvreur, Claire Damon, Patrice Demers (so good #13), Gilles Marchal (so good #3), and Christophe Michalak; there will be other figures that are attracting a lot of interest because of their proposals as well, Nicolas Bacheyre (Un Dimanche a Paris), Michael Bartocetti (Shangri-la, Paris), Luc Baudin and Christophe Toucher (Pâtisserie Eugène, Paris), Michael Bolaingue (Arnaud Larher), Henri Guittet (Glazed, Paris), Anne-Laure Laurent (Aux Terrasses, Tournus), Christine O’Sullivan (Broken Biscuits, Paris), Nina Métayer (Le Grand Restaurant, Paris) and Guillaume Sánchez (Nomos, Paris). So we strongly recommend checking out the program. And don’t just stick to the sweet program of the salon. This year, a new “avant garde” stage will be complemented by existing scenes (salé, sucré, liquide, and artisan) and highlights the latest trends in collaboration with other disciplines, particularly with the world of design.