Med så mange matglade asiafarere burde jo kanskje denne vært fanget opp tidligere. Selv om dette ikke er de steder de fleste av oss frekventerer oftest er det moro å se slike kåringer.
Her er en oversikt over Asias beste i siste kåringen så langt som 3 år på rad har blitt holdt i Singapore.
Asia's 50 Best Restaurants
Nr 1. Gaggan, Bangkok
An unexpected taste of India in colonial surrounds
Gaggan is an Indian restaurant, but not as you know it. Here chef Gaggan Anand takes classic Indian dishes and reinterprets them with modernity and flair in a bid to bridge the gap between eastern and western cuisine.
Nr. 2 Narisawa, Tokyo
Innovative fine dining in Tokyo with a focus on nature
Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa left Japan at the age of 19 to train in Europe, returning eight years later to open his first restaurant in Odawara City to instant critical acclaim. The restaurant, originally called La Napoule, was renamed and reopened in Tokyo in 2003, finally becoming Narisawa in 2011. Bringing best practice from his training in France, the chef employs classical French cooking techniques but uses the finest Japanese ingredients.
The third edition of Paul Pairet’s extraordinary and pioneering project, Ultraviolet, is due for release in the summer of 2015. Prior to that, the two existing manifestations have run in parallel, alternating between UVA and UVB on a fortnightly basis. All three share some fundamental characteristics, however, born from the French chef’s unique, quirky take on favourite dishes and ingredients from around the world.
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Asia's 50 Best Restaurants to be held in Thailand
After three successful years in Singapore, Asia's 50 Best Restaurants is moving to Bangkok.
The fourth edition of the awards will be hosted in the Thai capital on 29th February 2016, gathering the region's most respected and influential chefs and restaurateurs.