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Jesus, that book just puts it over the top!
I’ve got problems with this incarnation of food….. it’s pretty and all, but expensive and small, and not to my liking….. It is trendy, and I don’t think I’ll ever fly half way round the world to try this place, or Adria’s either…
Beautiful presentations though…what a shame…never judge a food by its presentation I guess…;)
Oh my! I can imagine Gordon Ramsey pulling his “yuck face” and cussing up a storm if he was faced with this kitchen on “Kitchen Nightmares”. Thank you for the great post, although so sad you had to live through the tour and the food.
The presentation of the food looks so artful and pretty… sorry the taste didn’t match up.
You eat the microfilm?
Wow – That salmon looks disgusting.
Have you ever seen Matthew Barney’s art? Your meal gives me the same sensation. So much thought put into what’s in front of you, and yet something about it simply turns the stomach.
It looks like snot… All that gooey stuff. Maybe he’s reincarnating the surgery table in the kitchen.
it’s like everything has to be sterilized and wrapped in surgical cloth before it can be consumed, no?
Oh you poor dear, that looks dreadful! Very very pretty, yet completely unappetizing.
I found you from Iron Chef and I’m so glad I did! I admire your pleasantly frank style.
My god, the article is about as overdone as the pre-meal tour.
Yet another example of a grandiose put-on by a self-important hedonist, grousing to the eager ears of fellow three-piecers about the frustrations of the extravagantly inadequate.
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