The Bocuse d'Or final will take place in Lyon on January 22 and 23, 2023. The qualified teams have just discovered the imposed theme.
[Updated September 23, 2022 at 3:45 p.m.] The January 22 and 23, 2023, Lyon will once again host the Bocuse d'Or final. This year, 24 countries will be vying for the coveted title.
This Friday, September 23, the organizers of the competition have finally unveiled the themes that will be imposed on the candidates. Participants will have 5h30 to carry out, among other things, a tray for 15 people composed of the following elements: 2 monkfish (deheaded) as well as 2 vegetable garnishes placed on the tray and 1 'ragout' type garnish presented in a separate vegetable dish, showcasing a legume from the participating country. Team France, led by Naïs Pirollet , only has to work hard to hope to win for the second consecutive year, after Davy Tissot's victory in 2021.
Institute graduate Paul Bocuse , Naïs Pirollet had already been part of Team France since 2020 alongside Davy Tissot, the last winner of the Bocuse d'Or in September 2021 in Lyon. The young woman thus takes over by largely winning the national selections, far ahead of her five competitors. Naïs Pirollet will defend the colors of France at the Bocuse d'Or Europe, which will take place on March 23 and 24, 2022 in Budapest.
Denmark won the Bocuse d'Or Europe, which was held on March 23 and 24, 2022 in Budapest, Hungary. 'We are very honored and proud to compete against truly incredible teams' commented the chef Brian Mark Hansen you restaurant Soelleroed Kro to Holte, leading the winning team. Second place goes to Hungary headed by the chief Bene Dalnoki you restaurant Stand in Budapest, accompanied by the clerk Patrik Nyikos one you coach Tamás Széll . On the third step of the podium, we find the Norway, directed by the chief Philip August Bendi you restaurant Thon Hotel Bristol in Oslo, accompanied by the clerk Leon Haarberg Nilsen and the coach Christopher W. Davidsen.
As always, several special prizes were awarded during this ceremony. The award for best clerk went to Thilda Mårtensson of the Swedish team. This same team also won the 'theme on set' award. The special prize for the 'theme on a plate' went to the British team, led by Ian Musgrave from Ritz in London, accompanied by the coach Tom Phillips and the clerk Adam Beaumont.Source journaldesfemmes.fr