Florent Boivin: From October 10-12, Le Restaurant-Ecole Institut Paul Bocuse hosts chef Florent Boivin, a veteran chef who’s worked in Michelin-starred restaurants like Maison Troisgros (three stars), and who the French Government named one of the “Best French Craftsmen in Culinary Arts” in 2011. He’ll be working his Michelin magic to whip up both a four course lunch menu and a lavish nine course dinner menu on each of the three days. Reserve a table at (0)21-3307-1102.
380RMB (lunch menu), 580RMB (dinner menu) // 11.30am-11.30pm // Le Restaurant-Ecole Institut Paul Bocuse // 379 Baotun Lu, near Zhongshan Nan Lu, Huangpu district (黄浦区保屯路379号世博会园区法国罗阿大区展馆内, 近中山南路).
Eating for health: On October 24th, certified nutrition consultant and American Nutrition Association member Jacqueline Zhan gives a talk on optimal eating. Now I know what you’re thinking: some soon-to-be-disproved fad diet of kale seeds wrapped in raisin skins or something horrendous, right? But no, Zhan’s talk focuses on the overall importance of integrating whole grains into your diet and eating an antioxidant-rich fruits and vegetables of different colors. RSVP to [email protected]. 50RMB // 10:30am-12pm // Sprout // Surpass Court, Unit 412, G/F, 570 Yongjia Lu, near Yueyang Lu.
South American wine tasting at Enoterra: Enjoy the finest tipples South America has to offer by attending Enoterra’s 4-course pairing dinner on October 10. Reserve now at [email protected] or 136-1179-624..
200RMB // 7pm // Enoterra // 53-57 Anfu Lu, near Wulumuqi Lu (安福路53-57号,
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Benjamin Cost is Shanghaiist’s Food Editor. Email tips, recommendations, and news updates on Shanghai’s dining scene to [email protected].