Taking place until April 7th, the festival boasts almost 80 pavilions, approximately 50% more than the previous year’s edition, featuring renowned French cuisine and demonstrations by renowned chefs.

French Ambassador Olivier Brochet affirmed the importance of the event in recognizing French gastronomy and fostering the cultural partnership between France and Vietnam.

As part of the festival’s offerings, a dedicated 300-square-meter area will serve as a sports village promoting the upcoming Paris Olympics and Paralympics. Additionally, students from Francophone schools in Hanoi will perform a captivating street dance performance titled “Balade En France – All in One 2024.”

The festival, initially launched in 2018, attracted an impressive 300,000 visitors during its three-day duration last year.