Absolute world class at DiverXO

Flying pigs, butterflies, caviar, curry and 150 year old wine. These were just some of the ingredients which were suppose to be main components in the my best meal of my life. But that would be skipping a long. Truth be told I didn’t know ... Continue Reading

For the love of simplicity at Relae

If simplicity is difficult then they must be World class chefs at Relae as all of their dishes have 2-3 ingredients and tastes amazing I have dined at Relae quite a few times. It is one of those restaurants that always seems to push boundaries ... Continue Reading

Street food from all over the World at StreetXO

I never liked going to the circus as a child, but going to StreetXO was like going to the adult gourmet version of the circus and I loved everything about it. A trip to StreetXO starts waiting in line as it is not possible to reserve a ... Continue Reading

Cruise control or World class at Restaurant Maido?

2,5 years ago I had one of my best meals in my life at Maido. When returning 1 year later it could unfortunately not live up to it. Since then I have been curious which of the two I should genereally expect from Maido. Being rated 7 in the ... Continue Reading

Dinner at DiegoMunoz’s house – a free riders return to the kitchen

Diego Munoz was head chef at Astrid & Gaston when it peeked at number 14 in the World. At this point he was running a restaurant with more than 100 people. As with so many other chefs he decided to take a step back from everything. For him that ... Continue Reading

A truly luxurious and complete evening at Eleven Madison Park

Everybody has restaurants that have special meaning for them. For me Eleven Madison Park is one of them even though I had previously only visited it once. So when I was going a week to New York with my wife and I had just gotten a new job celebrat... Continue Reading

A new wave of creativity at Noma

20 dishes without any use of meat or seafood. That was the challenge that Rene and the rest of the crew at Noma gave them self. The hardest one so far according to Rene, which I think everybody can understand.   As the restaurant was all ... Continue Reading

Japan, France and New Nordic combined at Restaurant Jordnær.

I love marriages between unlike elements and my dinner at Restaurant Jordnær would display some dishes that did just that. The restaurant is located a bit north of Copenhagen in what some might call the suburbs in an old hotel without being a ... Continue Reading

Delicious Venezuelan and Peruvian fusion at Merito

Another two Central alumnis decided to open their own restaurant this month is opening his own restaurant at restaurant Merito. The idea with Merito is to unite the Peruvian and Venezuelan cusine in a casual and social restaurant, but with high ... Continue Reading