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A "gourmand" route in the Village

Find Paul Bocuse, Marc Veyrat, Emile Jung, Frédéric Anton, Anne-Sophie Pic, Eric Frechon, Christian Willer, Gérald Passédat, Christelle Brua & Philippe Conticini in the village.

After the Roger Vergé square, launched in 2006 during the first edition of Les Etoiles de Mougins, the small streets of the village have, together with the official names, taken the names of other celebrities who have been guests of honour at the Festival since 2006.

A "gourmand "circuit" to discover..


Mougins & Gastronomy, a great story

Author: Bernard Deloupy – 2014 Excerpt from the book “Le Produit à l’Honneur” (Products in the spotlight) by Denis Fétisson, Chef of La Place de Mougins.

Simply climbing up to this little mediaeval town, perched on its hilltop, means brushing up close with the heritage of gourmet humanity.


The « Étoiles de Mougins »

Key dates :

2006 • Tribute to Roger Vergé, inventor of Cuisine du Soleil (Cuisine of the Sun)

2007 • The Year of confirmation around Christian Willer, highlighting the notion of sharing and intergenerational transmission.

2008 • The International Year, around Marc Veyrat, with the finest, tastiest organic foods for the third Festival, with the presence of over 100 Chefs

2009 • The Transition Year, around Émile Jung and Franco-Italian friendship


The Pan Bagnat from Mougins, a must!

In her book “L’Institution” written for curious gourmets, the gastronomic journalist Élodie Rouge lists the 120 specialities everyone should have tasted at least once in their lives.

They include the Pan Bagnat of Mougins. Inspired by the traditional recipe of Nice at a time when Street Food is all the rage, this Mougins-style sandwich combines a formula, which is both chic and affordable: bread shaped on the principle of the golden ratio filled with European lobster.

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