One of the World’s Best Restaurants Is Taking Meat off the Menu

The New York City restaurant Eleven Madison Park is one of the best in the world.

It has three Michelin stars. There are about 130 restaurants in the world with three stars from the famous French guide.

A meal at Eleven Madison Park, for two people, with wine, costs about $1,000. And when the restaurant re-opens on June 10 after the year-long pandemic, it will not serve meat, fish, or other animal products.

Owner and chef Daniel Humm recently told the U.S. radio broadcaster NPR that the restaurant will be “100 percent plant-based.” He said the way people eat

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Rice Is Everything: A Celebration of the World’s Most Popular Food

In January 2020, before the world shut down, I took a train, a ferry, and a bus to the Staten Island Museum to go to a rice tasting. Rice might not sound like something you would want to take three modes of public transportation to try, but this tasting was led by Chef BJ Dennis, a Charleston, South Carolina, native and Gullah Geechee culinary expert. Dennis has dedicated years to tracing the lineage of strains of rice that enslaved people brought to the United States.

Enslaved West Africans, forced from their homes in rice-growing regions, applied their knowledge to planting

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Eleven Madison Park Goes Vegan: World’s Best Restaurant Reopens June 10

A year ago, Daniel Humm was unsure if his restaurant Eleven Madison Park would ever reopen.

Now, the chef and owner of one of the World’s Best Restaurants has announced a bold new direction for his dining room. On June 10, EMP will re-open its doors as a plant-based restaurant. Gone will be dishes like his famous honey lavender roasted duck. Instead, he’ll offer a beet that’s been roasted for 16 hours, then presented in a clay vase that gets cracked open at the table. Also on the menu: peas with almond cream and pea-miso puree.

The menu won’t be

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Eleven Madison Park, one of the world’s best restaurants, is going vegan

The three-Michelin-starred New York restaurant will be going completely plant-based when it reopens next month, it announced Monday — becoming one of the most high-profile restaurants to do so.

“I’m excited to share that we’ve made the decision to serve a plant-based menu in which we do not use any animal products — every dish is made from vegetables, both from the earth and the sea, as well as fruits, legumes, fungi, grains, and so much more,” chef and owner Daniel Humm wrote in a statement on the restaurant’s website.
The move reflects a growing trend in the food
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Mauro Colagreco, Chef-Owner of World’s Best Restaurant Mirazur on Why Singapore Is Special to Him

The “leaf universe” menu, for example, features different leaves as the guiding element for the dishes. While the “flower universe”, its most colourful menu, boasts “a pictorial and fragrant journey”.

Colagreco will be in the kitchen for the initial set-up period, though 12 of his senior team members—including head chef Luca Mattioli, who has trained with Colagreco for more than five years—will remain in Singapore for the entire duration of the three-month pop-up. “After the set-up and as France moves further out of lockdown, I will return to Mirazur in Menton, hoping for a summer reopening,” he affirms, noting

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Piers Morgan names ‘world’s best restaurant’ and it’s a tiny Spanish tapas bar in West London

Piers Morgan has got fans talking after he labelled a Spanish tapas bar in West London as the “world’s best restaurant.”

After his dramatic departure from Good Morning Britain, Piers regularly keeps fans entertained on his Instagram account.

From posting pictures playing golf with an iconic EastEnders actor to trips to restaurants with wife, Celia Walden, Piers’ fans get a unique insight into his life.

The ex-GMB presenter recently praised the restaurant Cambio De Tercio located in South Kensington at 163 Old Brompton Road, Kensington and Chelsea.

Piers captioned the photo: “Back at the world’s best restaurant… thank you for

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