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Some Awesome Restaurant Recommendations

Asia’s Best Restaurant In Year 2016

Best eating spots in the world are on the pinnacle of the culinary world and in the Asian continent, there’s a separate list running for the chart toppers when it comes to gastronomical heaven inducing. During the course of the year the chart names went up and down (as is considered normal) and at the time of November 2016, the chart toppers are as given below. If you are running on the streets of these countries, try to grab hold of promotional events for dining at one of these.

         ·            Gaggan of Thailand

One of finest places to save up and eat at (even counting the best rooftop restaurant Bangkok on the street), this place is a pride, joy and idea of Gaggan and the best reason for visiting this place is the sheer ingenuity that is displayed on the plates when your order comes up. Each dish is made to showcase the ingredients included in making it (look up the pictures on Google), and the Indian street food is at the height of their combined ingredients. You get appetizers like onion pakoda, pappadam and keema samosa with a modern twist added to the regular recipe which is then followed by the main courses named wonderfully (try the ’Who Killed the Goat’).

         ·            Narisawa of Japan

The spot for eating the cooking of the world famous chef Yoshihiro Narisawa, the place tops even the best of the italian restaurant Bangkok groups of the origin country. Narisawa’s menu changes with the seasons to enhance the different ingredients that come and go with the seasons as well, and the delicious concoctions has menu items that has stuff like sea snake with taro potatoes, aptly named the ‘bread of the forest’ dish. Ingredients are authentically Japanese so do not panic if you run into names of ingredients that you may have never heard of before.

         ·            André of Singapore

Guided on the octaphilosophy of the chef, the eating hotspot has elements of Taiwanese, Japanese, French and Singaporean cuisines embedded in its dishes. So if your favorite Japanese dish can be combined with the earthy food tastes of Taiwanese dinner table toppers in some dishes of sunday brunch in Bangkok. Take your pick and be surprised. Some of the other awesome must-eat-at spots on the list made are ‘Amber’ in Hong Kong, ‘Nihonryori Ryugin’ of Tokyo, ‘Waku Ghin’ at Singapore, and ‘Indian Accent’ of New Delhi. Although it may cost a bit to dine at these places, the experience will leave you wondering about your regular food intake. When going down to some of the countries take the chance to drop into one of these great places and enjoy an excellent dining experience.

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A Full Course Golden Meal – International Style

Marie Antoinette is famous for making the recommendation that the starving peasants, who could not afford bread, should eat cake. We always knew the wealthy had it better than us common folk but we never really considered how much the gap existed until now. Today we have assembled a menu that has one ingredient in common, Gold. That is correct, it is not typographical error, and the theme of tonight’s menu will be the edible version of the composite known as Au.

Any meal must start off with an ideal pairing of wine and taking note of the theme tonight, we make the best recommendation, Grand Cuveé XXIV Karat from the Mendocino region of California. Its pale straw colour has a light and crisp taste which has nuances of pineapple and pears and of course with flakes of real gold. Any meal will start off with a salad and today we have the Florette Sea and Earth Salad created by London based Chef Raymond Blanc. A fresh combination of kernel caught langoustines, Cornish crab, lobster, Beluga caviar and the world renown, Almas Golden Caviar and the entire dish will cost you a £ 635. The reason behind the high price is the golden caviar which was reserved only for Russian Tsars and is worth about £ 12,000 per kilo. So when enjoying your salad, you will indeed be feasting like Kings. Hope you didn’t fill up on snack or an ice cream cone before starting the salad, because with the price, you should savour every bite.

Now we move on to the main meal and today we have luxurious twist on an everyman’s classic, pizza. You might think, there can’t be anything more common than pizza but the uncommon folk have a way of making everything into an overflow of decadence. So the pizza on the menu tonight will have more flair than your usual pie. Ingredients which include caviar soaked in Dom Perignon champagne, lobster marinated in cognac, Scottish smoked salmon, the finest prosciutto and vintage balsamic vinegar, venison medallions, all topped with 24 karat gold makes up the Pizza Royale 007. A creation of the Scottish born Italian chef, Domenico Crolla this 12’’ masterpiece comes with a whopping price tag of $ 4,200. After this bill, you might feel a little out of place having just a plain old ice cream cone for your dessert.

That why we have the ideal finish for tonight’s menu, the Golden Opulence sundae from Serendipity 3 in New York. Nothing says dessert like a sundae and nothing says millionaire dessert like a $1000 gold dessert. A combination of almeida procelana, Venezuelan chuao, Tahitian Vanilla gelato infused with Madagascan vanilla and topped off with a 23 karat gold leaf wrapping is the ideal way to end a meal of decadence. To know more about quality ice creams, visit http://www.emackandboliosthai.com/

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