Thanks for the link, beautiful..... So it's not el bulli or fat duck anymore ?
It's Noma, at least according to:
Didn't El Bulli close?
I don't think I saw one dish that I recognized. I mean, I couldn't even tell what that stuff was!
One photo appears to be of one of Noma's signature dishes, Radishes in Edible Soil. Really, edible soil!
Well, that's what it's called -- it's a concoction made with malt flour, ground hazelnuts, etc., or so I'm told.
If this is the best restaurant in the world, Im muslim Santa Claus.
And I dont know how this kind of food could be better than what you get in Maze. [Just fits my stomach better.]
Would even say that L'arpege is place that I would love to eat more than Noma. Im very happy it made it back on the list.
But what happened to Maze in Saint-Pellegrinos list makes me wonder how much each of those restaurants are paying for the empty slot? Especially when Hibiscus is there. I was working in England when they moved the restauant from where it was, Shropshire? Most of the staff moved with the restaurant, but they lost Michelin lately.
You tell me it doesnt happen?
My restaurant in London fell out off TimesEatingOut guide after chef refused to pay the tribute.
I dunno, man, that foam on the plate makes me think that the server coughed on the food.
food and ambiance are so subjective, that to say one restaurant is the best in the world is like saying, royal blue is the best color in the world. (which to me it is) :biggrin: or shun makes the best knives in the world. (don't wanna step on any toes, exept shun)
I didnt accuse anybody or any business of doing anything and it isnt written in there that i did. Im wondering though how much money that may be, if el bulli was producing 1 million Euro debt every year?
Look. I think its most fair if you go by Michelin rating.
NO. i dont think its the best in the world, YES, i heard rumours that they tend to favourize french cuisine more.
But the rules to get stars are uniformal, maybe not the judgement.