jueves, 20 de enero de 2011

NEW YORK TIMES: 10 Restaurants Worth a Plane Ride


La imagen es de Francis Mallman

Me quito el sombrero ante usted, estimado Francis Mallman!!!


"ESTE DOMINGO PASADO,GARZON RESTAURANTE FUE ELEGIDO POR EL PRESTIGIOSO DIARIO NEOYORKINO COMO UNO DE LOS 10 LUGARES EN EL MUNDO POR LOS QUE VALE LA PENA TOMARSE UN AVION PARA COMER. FINCA LA ANITA Y FRANCIS MALLMANN HONRADOS POR LA ELECCION..."
Publicado el 11 de enero del 2011 por Francis Mallman


From new offerings by marquee chefs to more modest openings in out-of-the-way spots, here are 10 restaurants around the globe to keep an eye on in 2011, in alphabetical order.


APONIENTE EL PUERTO DE SANTA MARíA, Spain

BENU SAN FRANCISCO DINNER BY HESTON BLUMENTHAL LONDON


M. WELLS LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y. MIRAZUR MENTON, FRANCE MOMOFUKU SYDNEY RESTAURANT ANDRÉ SINGAPORE RESTAURANTE GARZON GARZON, URUGUAY

If you happen to be as obsessed with grilling meat — and have as powerful a personality — as the Argentine chef Francis Mallmann, you can manage to pioneer a remote spot like the Uruguayan village of Garzon on your own. A few years ago he left the resort of José Ignacio, bought a chunk of Garzon and built a five-room hotel and restaurant that debuted in 2004 and has attracted the jet set to that dusty town ever since.


TICKETS BARCELONA, SPAIN WILLOWS INN LUMMI ISLAND, WASH.


This article has been revised to reflect the following correction:

Correction: January 16, 2011

An article last Sunday about 10 restaurants to watch in 2011 inadvertently omitted the name of a restaurant in a passage about the culinary experience of Mauro Colagreco, the Argentine chef at Mirazur, in Menton, France. The acclaimed, vegetable-friendly restaurant in Paris where he paid his dues is L’Arpège

The New York Times