Most Michelin-stars in one US city? ALMOST

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San Francisco has 80 Michelin-restaurants?

Really?

Almost…

 

The newest restaurant to San Francisco’s burgeoning food scene is in fact in a Museum.

The Museum of Modern Art San Francisco has Michelin-starred Chef Corey Lee cooking up some of the world’s most famous Michelin-dishes at his new restaurant, In Situ

 

Expect dishes from NOMA’s Rene Redzepi, Alice Waters, Dominique Ansel and even the team from Mugaritz, Spain

 

Almost like having a private chef cook directly from your favourite cookbook – the restaurant scene is changing as we speak

 

Here are some samples you can sample at InSitu – and did I mention prices are cheaply priced too – not Michelin-expensive!

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PHOTO CREDITS Eric Wolfinger: 

 

  • 0453- Sage Smoked Dark Chocolate Brownie (Dominique Ansel, Dominique Ansel Kitchen)
  • 0285- Summery Warm Tomato & Basil Tart (Michel Guérard, Les Prés d’Eugénie – Michel Guérard)
  • 0392- Carrot, Sour Curd, Pickled Pine (Matt Orlando, Amass)
  • 0354- Brown Oyster Stew, Benne, and Charleston Ice Cream (Sean Brock, Husk)
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