Launched in 2010, under the auspices of the Nausicaa association, is the Mr. Goodfish program. It was born from a simple observation: today too many species of fish are overfished and threatened with extinction while many are unknown, abundant and, moreover, delicious.
And this month The Café de Paris Monte-Carlo joins the Mr. Goodfish program and in turn commits to the sustainable consumption of seafood products.
Chef Franck Lafon of the Café de Paris promises to propose new suggestions and daily specials using species from the seasonal Mr. Goodfish list.
After the Hermitage Monte-Carlo Hotel in 2015, the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort and the Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo in 2016, it is the turn of the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo to engage with the Prince Albert II Foundation of Monaco for the promotion of the responsible consumption of seafood products. Stefano Brancato, General Manager of the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo got together with Olivier Wenden, Vice-Chairman and Managing Director of the Prince Albert II Foundation, to formalize the commitment of the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo through the signing of the Mr. Goodfish partnership agreement.
The Prince Albert II Foundation has been coordinating the Mr. Goodfish program throughout the southeastern region of France and Monaco since 2013, in order to help in the preservation of marine species.
“Membership in the Mr. Goodfish program symbolizes our awareness of marine species preservation. Today, we owe our international clientele a cuisine that is both tasty and responsible”, announced Stefano Brancato, General Manager of the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo.
“Each of our actions counts. By joining the Mr. Goodfish program, there will always be fish tomorrow. Together we will safeguard the entire fishing industry.