Organized on the initiative of Alain Ducasse and of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Development, and inspired by Auguste Escoffier who introduced "Les Dîners d'Epicure" in 1912, Goût de France / Good France aims to bring together chefs from all four corners of the planet for the duration of a dinner. 3000 chefs will once again pay respect to today's cuisine: humanist, energetic, diverse, and relevant.

Contributing Goût de France / Good France chefs all share the same values of sharing, enjoying, and respecting good food and the planet. This year's edition is dedicated to Paul Bocuse, who lead the great evolution of French cuisine and participating restaurants are invited to create one dish inspired by his legacy to be featured on the menu.

Rivea London's Head Chef Antonio Corsaro has outlined a 6-course menu featuring the Truffle soup V.G.E, inspired by the famous dish of Paul Bocuse; the Dover sole, baby spinach leaves and samphire, grenobloise sauce and for dessert, the succulent Chocolate mousse with crispy praline.

Goût de France / Good France - 6-course menu £65, with optional wine pairing at £45, including taxes and excluding service charge.