French chef Joel Robuchon took first and third places last night in the Miele Guide list of the Top 20 restaurants in Asia, toppling Singapore’s Iggy’s, which has won a record three times.
Joel Robuchon, the most Michelin- starred chef in the world, will close his only New York restaurant at the end of June.
Japonais, a big-box Asian restaurant that once dispensed fruity saketinis, closed last year, making way for a big-box Asian restaurant with a DJ booth and zero- calorie noodles.
French gastronomy has taken a back seat over the past decade as innovative chefs elsewhere have gained attention with new technology and flavor combinations.
Iggy’s, a modern European eatery in Singapore, was named Asia’s finest restaurant last night.
I was sipping on Scotch-spiked coffee (I call it “The Ron Burgundy”) when reality hit me: I had flown 820 miles to spend more than $700 at Next, a temporary steakhouse in Chicago.
Michelin named two more three-star restaurants in Hong Kong as French chef Joel Robuchon picked up a further accolade for his international chain L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon and the Italian 8-½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana gained.
What’s the connection between racing car driver Lewis Hamilton, Michelin-starred chef Joel Robuchon and New York gallery owner Sundaram Tagore? The answer is Singapore.
The French Laundry in Yountville, California, is the finest restaurant in the U.S., followed by Gramercy Tavern and Le Bernardin in New York, according to a survey by The Daily Meal.