Every month Paris’s alternative arts centre, 104 (set in a reconverted 19th-century funeral parlour), opens its doors to Omnivore, a dynamic culinary movement that supports and promotes France’s most exciting young chefs across the world. Heading the association are star chefs Thierry Marx and Jean-François Piège – themselves famous for knocking up some of the most luscious and creative cooking in town. At the 104, Omnivore selects two chefs each month to concoct themed food nights for around a hundred hungry punters. It’s a fabulous way for you to sample contemporary French cooking and get to grips with the emerging talent on Paris’s culinary scene. It also won’t break the bank: four courses and an apéro of natural sparkling wine cost just €39. Reservations open 3-weeks before the dinner; dates are announced online so check the website.
104, rue d'Aubervilliers et 5 rue Curial, 19e. For Omnivore's website click here.