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A new culinary show at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Quebec

A new culinary show at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Quebec

The National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec (MNBAQ) has announced the arrival of new partners to present a renewed culinary show.

MNBAQ has signed an agreement to commission the management of the restaurant in the Pierre Lasound stand for Je Reçois Group. Chef Laurent Godbout will sign the restaurant’s menu.

“The goal of this partnership is to meet the needs and expectations of the museum’s multiple clients,” says Sophie Limlin, MNBAQ’s director of communications and marketing. It is a tailor-made alliance between a group of experienced, recognized for implementing best practices in their field, and a master chef with his signature.”

Kibecourt Laurent Goodbot Café

Starting April 26, the Quebecor Café by Laurent Godbout will welcome museum visitors as well as passing customers. The chef will present a changing menu, according to the seasons, arrival times and themes of museum exhibitions in the pavilion’s glass area.

Le Groupe Je Reçois in Quebec will cater to all your culinary needs in terms of tailor-made planning for the events that take place in the museum.

Je Reçois Group will also supervise the operation of the counter Vitality In the Pierre Lasound stand, which offers specialty coffees and fresh, high-quality products to take in or take out, as well as all operational aspects of the Kibekour coffee by Laurent Goodbot.

In addition, as the new director of the culinary show at MNBAQ, Le Groupe Je Reçois, in collaboration with the museum team, will participate in the development of the future planned catering concept Espace Riopelle, which will open until the end in 2025. The restaurant in the central wing is temporarily closed, it will move to these new spaces.

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