72 H Non Stop Restaurant, 18 Chefs, Celebrate 10 Years of Le Fooding Paris, Oct 1-3

It's not enough that Le Fooding comes to New York for second year with this time a San Francisco/ New York knock out where NY Toques Battle SF Chefs for Le Grand Fooding 2010, September 24 and 25 at PS 1, a week later they stage a monster event in Paris.

Le Fooding celebrates its 10 year anniversary with a 72 hours Non Stop Restaurant manned by 18 chefs who have been part of the adventure along the way.

Sponsored as you see from the illustration by San Pelegrino, Les Ébullitions Perpétuelles (details in French) named as an homage to La Marmite Perpétuelle (an 18th century Parisian hotspot) will plant its tent on Butte Montmartre in Paris from October 1st to October 3rd, 2010.


My long distance friends Paris by Mouth share (in English) the day by day schedule with all 18 chefs manning the shifts, 6 chefs per day, 4 hours each.

October 1

00h00- 4h00 : Inaki Aizpitarte (Le Chateaubriand) ; 4h – 8h : Yves Camdeborde (Le Comptoir du Relais) ; 8h – 12h : Christian Etchebest (La Cantine du Troquet) ; 12h – 16h : Alberto Herraiz (Fogon) ; 16h – 20h :  Stéphane Jégo (L’Ami Jean) ; 20h – 00h : William Ledeuil (Ze Kitchen Galerie)

As you can see above, doors open for Les Ébullitions Perpétuelles ('Constant Bubbles') on the first minute of October 1st.

I wonder if anyone has the stamina and stomach to sit through the 72 hour marathon (with a nap and a walk here and there).

Bon appetit!

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