Discover the luxury of artistic culture and delicacies flavour
French culture is world-renowned, from art to music and movies as well as food delicacies are full of unique flavor. Joining in Hong Kong’s ‘Le French GourMay’ celebration, GREAT Food Hall brings the finest flavours of France to adventurous foodies to discover and savour the elegant of French living.
French potato chip producer Sibell makes premium crisps with a truly refined taste. Using potatoes grown in France and sunflower oil in the cooking process, the brand has created a range of unusual and upmarket flavours, including black truffle, smoked salmon and typically French foie gras ($18.5/100g).
Fine French Chocolates
Fabrice Gillotte’s passion for chocolate in all its forms is evident in his avant-garde creations, which are as beautiful as they are delicious. Fabrice takes classic ingredients and combines them with new flavours that result in unique taste sensations – earning him many awards in the 30-plus years he has been devoted to artisanal chocolate-making. Currently highlighted is Amours de Kokeshi ($150/50g), a four-piece collection of Parisian and Tokyo-style dolls in dark and milk chocolate that are filled with almond-hazelnut praliné and vanilla caramel.
Great Taste Award – Jam award winning
Fruit has been the focus of the culinary creations made by Les Comtes de Provence since 1986. Traditionally prepared using cauldrons and pure cane sugar to obtain the best of the fruit, its line of jams is completely ‘au naturel’ – produced without artificial colours, flavour enhancers, preservatives and GMOs. The brand’s newest marmalade, Délice d’Orange au Chocolat Bio ($69.9/350g) and is so delicious it won the Artisan Gold Award at the 2015 Dalemain Marmalade Festival recently held in the UK.
Xavier is a famous fromagerie in Toulouse, primarily dedicated to refining traditional and farmhouse cheeses from all over France. The cheeses specially selected for aging are made from unpasteurised milk to preserve the quality and tradition of the farmers and artisans. Being showcased in the French Cheese Platter is an exceptional variety of cow, sheep and goat’s milk soft and hard cheeses including Ardi-Gasna ($95/100g), Bleu de Séverac ($98/100g), Comté de Réserve ($98/100g), Coup de Corne ($128/100g), Fleur de Braslou ($65/100g) and more.