A private channel and Stefan Rotenberg, the host of the program “Best Chef” since its debut in 2010, joined forces with a group of establishments “Bistrots pas parisiens”, in which the owner invested, to come up with a place with colors and aromas of the program, announced M6 in Friday press release.
Decorated with “decorations” and “accessories” from the “Best Chef” set, this bistro will offer “competition dishes signed by candidates from all seasons of the program”, with an appetizer + main course menu + dessert for 39.90 euros per person.
Finalists of the current season, Louise Burra and Arnaud Delvenne, finalists of the 3rd season and the nominal head of Bistro no Parisienne Norbert Taraire, star chefs Victor Mercier (9th season), Thibaut Sombardier (5th season) and Colin Folquier (7th th season). ), as well as Season 9 winner Guillaume Delcroix to sign the card, M6 promises “there will be other big names.”
Black box, workshops and shows
In terms of atmosphere, “the black box will allow those who want to take part in one of the show’s most famous events”, where candidates must try a dish blindly before being reproduced identically, and “the chef’s table will offer master classes and cooking shows” .
The idea for the concept originated in the mind of Stefan Rotenberg, who “knew how to build strong bonds with candidates over the years,” with the support of M6 and the show’s producer Studio 89, according to a press release.
Foodies who would like to try the experience once it opens will have to reserve their spot “exclusively on TheFork app from June 15th,” the evening of the Season 13 finale.
The semi-final averaged 2.3 million viewers on Wednesday with an audience share (PDA) of 13.7% versus 3.2 million (17.9% PDA) for the first episode in mid-February, Médiamétrie reports.