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In Singapore, the annual award ceremony for the World’s Best Restaurants, considered the Oscar of the world of gourmet dishes, took place.
Traditionally, the leading gastronomic institutions are defined by more than 800 chefs, restaurateurs and critics from different countries. The best in the world in 2019 was unexpectedly named the Mediterranean restaurant Mirazur in the French city of Menton, which is near the Italian border. This year was the most successful for the institution. Prior to this, the best result was getting a third Michelin star. Mirazur is run by Argentinean chef Mauro Colagreco. The restaurant is located in a villa of the 1930s and is famous for its incredible sea views. It also boasts gardens and a private garden, which add a special twist to culinary works. Experts recommend to try here risotto with quinoa, wild mushrooms and Parmesan cream, as well as fish with celery puree and finished sauce. Continue reading
Gourmets from all over the world come to the restaurant, lost in the Istrian forests, all year round
Just an hour’s drive from the capital of Italian fashion, the bustling and wayward Milan, is another Italy, family-run, cozy and satisfying, but at the same time refined, as you will see, barely cross the borders of the family estate of the Cherea family.
Once, thanks to my friend, I ended up in Da Vittorio. And the restaurant has become my best gastronomic experience for many years. Full compliance with expectations. Continue reading
The announcement of the 50 best restaurants in the world in 2019 took place in Singapore. Number one, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants experts named Mirazur in the French Menton. For his boss and co-owner Mauro Colagreco, this is the second big success this year. In January, he received the third Michelin star and became the first three-star foreign chef in a French guide. The Argentinean Colagreco studied in Buenos Aires and France, worked with Bernard Luazo, Alain Passard, Guy Marten and Alain Ducasse. He (together with partners) opened Mirazur in April 2006; six months later, the restaurant was recognized by the Gault Millau guide “Discovery of the Year”, and in February 2007 received the first Michelin star. In 2012, Mirazur received a second star, and in 2014 took 11th place in the ranking of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Mirazur’s concept is fresh local products in a modern processing and serving. Part of the products Colagreco grows in his own garden at the restaurant. The Mirazur Universe set menu is served from Tuesday to Saturday for lunch and dinner and costs 260 euros. Continue reading