Let us be honest; ethnic food is actually a best of foreign food and thus absoluly insanely great and LA does that better than anywhere in USA. I would qualify my old man as a good chinese chef and in LA you get way better for random prices. He cooks several things bbetter but they're almost french.
Well it stopped, I think Chinese minds are almost independent now. But yeah, I can't even describe the everyday thing but I just talk/smell/look like what you'd expect.I mean I've gone to Jamaica or whatever and servers at good restaurants tried their best french (people I know laugh about me), good or bad I just smell like what it is to be a worldly asshole grand bourgeois french. I wear a hoodie to bouy groceries and people give me"mister", I fake it online but even my...
Top three Chinese (we're talking top 3 food culture:french, Italian, chinese not in that order) was in a suburb of Toronto. Eel was divine, exceptional and I eat it in Asia all the time.Now to the question of Le Bernardin vs Daniel well I guess no review will solve it,you go or you just don't care, I had good but not my type experiences.My ideaof agood place: I go to LA and we have tacos in a place my friends know.
Full disclaimer: I drank a lot of the manton or whatever old pricey rec wines and they're shit. Old means different taste not better taste although yeah 1982 vintage are great (what a fucking year!). Sorry to say but much wine snobbery is bullshit (rarer not better), I like my late Alsatian (so suggary yay!), Still some classics are absolutes. Honestly tastes in wine are 75%% fake bottles and parker bullshit.