The association, which was also celebrating its 65th anniversary, chose to place its annual congress under the aegis of Jean Cocteau and under the glamorous auspices of the Riviera.
The first, who often stayed in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and to whom the association owes its emblem, is a reminder of the audacity and open-mindedness of the recipients. The second - full of history and splendour - confirms the missions of hospitality and excellence for which the association and its members are renowned. READ MORE
We are deeply sorry to announce that our member Andrew Fairlie has passed away at the age of 55 on January 22 2019. Andrew had been ill for several years. Andrew has joined our association in 2017. His restaurant was located in Scotland in the heart of the Gleneagles Hotel famous for its golf course. Opened in 2001, the restaurant reached 1 Michelin star a year after in 2002, and two stars in 2006. READ MORE
The organisation Les Grandes Tables du Monde gathered in Paris on January 21st to celebrate the launch of its 2019 guide, which coincides with the 65th birthday of this prestigious circle. President David Sinapian reiterated the association’s on-going commitments and unveiled the new members – 13 this year – who will complement our great contemporary gastronomic community. READ MORE
Founded in 1954, Les Grandes Tables du Monde is determined to remain in sync with the evolution of our society. Aware of ongoing developments, it wishes to commit to improving women’s place in gastronomy and promote, in the short term, gender equality within member restaurants of the organization, and more broadly in the whole sector. READ MORE