So I’ve been hibernating (yet again) and I was enjoying my long break from siuyeh when THIS came knocking on my door and woke me up! Forbes’ 10 best value Michelin restaurants … in the world. First of all … is there such a thing?! In relative terms, I suppose there is … but L’Atelier de Robuchon and Hutong?!
Lest you have forgotten, dinner for 2 set us back HK$ 3,300. Well, I blame my brother … his stomach is a bottomless pit (no one in the family knows how deep it goes, we tried throwing a light stick in there once, and we didn’t see or hear it hit the bottom) … but still. Well, in retrospect … I was pretty full to the point of gluttony by the time I was done with the sea urchin pasta (What do they mean by the “best value” Michelin restaurants anyway? What are their criteria?).
Does anyone know? I can’t be bothered to find out. The level of my laziness recently is beyond my comprehension.
Here’s the other 8:
- Sushi Saito (Tokyo, Japan)
- Quintessence (Tokyo, Japan)
- Jean-Georges (New York, USA)
- The Burger Joint (New York, USA)
- Ad Hoc (California, USA)
- Assaggi (London, UK)
- La Bastide de Moustiers (Sainte-Marie, France)
- Le Bar Plage Restaurant at the Royal Palm Hotel (Mauritius)
Oh, I found this the other day. Amazing. Hat tip to HaoKouFu (好口福).
Back to hibernating. Wake me up when September ends.
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