French cuisine is considered to be one of the world's most refined and elegant styles of cooking. The national cuisine known today has evolved from centuries of social and political change. The Middle Ages brought lavish banquets to the upper class with ornate, heavily seasoned food prepared by chefs such as Guillaume Tirel. The era of the French Revolution, however, saw a move toward fewer spices and more liberal usage of herbs and refined techniques, beginning with François Pierre La Varenne and further developing with the famous chef of Napoleon Bonaparte and other dignitaries, Marie-Antoine Carême.
Cooking is considered a major art form in France: innovations are celebrated and talked about as though they were phrases in the development of a style of painting or poetry. A gourmet dining experience at Hattonchâtel Château is a sort of theatre you can eat.
Clansani Venues aim to cater for all your culinary needs. Whether you desire a set-menu,à la carte or a grand gourmet buffet for your guests.