Bocuse d’Or is back and you can take a front row seat in the audience thanks to Fine Dining Lovers!
First of all, the biggest culinary competition in the world will be live streamed on Fine Dining Lovers on 29 and 30 January. But, we will also be physically on the ground with our team in Lyon to provide you with live coverage from the Eurexpo with exclusive interviews, videos, and much more on our Instagram page where you’ll be able to experience the competition behind the scenes like a real insider.
From 8 AM CEST until noon you’ll enjoy our social coverage. Then from midday until 6 PM CEST you’ll be able to watch the live-stream from Lyon. And don’t forget to stay tuned from 6 PM CEST on 30 January: the winner will be crowned live on Fine Dining Lovers!
Teams will be cheered on by noisy side-line supporters as they push to excel in this gruelling and ambitious challenge that could define both their career and the culinary profile of their country.
Stay tuned on Fine Dining Lovers and you’ll enjoy the action up close and personal as the incredible dishes and platters created in this thrilling world-class competition are paraded out for some of the world’s best chefs to judge.
Chef Mathew Peters and the USA team won Bocuse d’Or 2017, who will take gold this year? Tune in to support your team and find out this year’s winner live.
Follow us on Instagram for all the stories, interviews, announcements, industry tips and secrets and behind the scenes gossip from this edition’s Bocuse d’Or.
Don’t forget: watch all the action on the Bocuse d’Orlive stream on 29 and 30 January on Fine Dining Lovers and stay tuned on our Instagram page to be an insider behind the scenes. Join us!
NB The Bocuse d'Or have announced that Bocuse d'Or Europe 2020 will take place in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia!
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