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post #16 of 73
An acquaintance of mine is now a poissonier at Corton. She says it is really legit. Too legit.
post #17 of 73
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This list would make the most sense if you deducted one star from each category.


- B

I think it is also fairly well known (or at least was a few years back when they started awarding Michelin stars in NYC) that the criteria for earning stars is much more lenient in the US than in Europe.
post #18 of 73
the only two I have been to are Luger's and Saul...Luger's steak is fantastic IMO but if service/decor have anything to do with the awarding of stars I'd hesitate to award one. Saul was very very good, but when I think if Michelin stars I presume something truly magnificent. I'd go to Saul again in a heart beat, but I have had food that was just as good elsewhere. I was at The Modern for drinks only, it looked nice.
post #19 of 73
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Per Se is just Laundry East but with far weaker produce (no access to CA produce in NYC) and same lack of creativity....too long a format for most business dinners...and/or non-hard core eaters
IN SEASON... I would put NJ produce against NOCAL any day of the week and twice on Sunday. Jersey Sweet Potatoes, Peaches, Corn, and especially Tomatoes are some of the best in the world.
post #20 of 73
Remember when they had airplanes that would fly shit to places that didn't have them?
post #21 of 73
new list for 2013

Three Stars:
Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare
Daniel
Eleven Madison Park
Jean Georges
Le Bernardin
Masa
Per Se

Two Stars:
Atera
Corton
Gilt
Gordon Ramsay at the London
Marea
Momofuku Ko
Soto

One Star:
15 East
Adour
Ai Fiori
Aldea
Annisa
Aquavit
Aureole
A Voce Columbus
A Voce Madison
Blanca
Blue Hill
Bouley
The Breslin
Brushstroke
Cafe Boulud
Cafe China
Casa Mono
Danji
Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen
Del Posto
Dovetail
Dressler
Gotham Bar and Grill
Gramercy Tavern
Hakkasan
Jewel Bako
Jungsik
Junoon
Kajitsu
Minetta Tavern
The Modern
NoMad
Oceana
Peter Luger
Picholine
Public
The River Cafe
Rosanjin
Rouge Tomate
Saul
Seäsonal
Spotted Pig
Sushi Azabu
Sushi of Gari
Tamarind Tribeca
Tori Shin
Torrisi Italian Specialities
Tulsi
Wallsé
wd~50
post #22 of 73
Jungsik will be two in a couple of years, I think. Maybe next year. Really fantastic food.
post #23 of 73
Atera at 2 stars and the idea of Jungsik ever receiving 2 stars is an abomination
post #24 of 73
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Atera at 2 stars and the idea of Jungsik ever receiving 2 stars is an abomination

Maybe the inspector like Atera because you saw her in the bathroom? biggrin.gif
post #25 of 73
Chef's table with 3 strikes me as eh.gif


so does Gordon Ramsay at the London with 2
post #26 of 73
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Maybe the inspector like Atera because you saw her in the bathroom? biggrin.gif

I'd give her vagina 3 stars for creativity and uniqueness but no stars on consistency or quality of service.
post #27 of 73

LOL @ 2 okay Chinese restaurants that deliver to my office on Seamlessweb getting 1 star each.  Picholine has been closed for a while.

 

Seems like the key to getting 2 or 3 stars is long 3-4 hour 10-22 course meals.

 

Gordon Ramsey, Gilt, Aureole, who the hell eats there?

post #28 of 73
nvm
post #29 of 73
Sushi of Gari delivers too. lol
post #30 of 73
I'd say EMP/Blue Hill probably should get two stars each; Jean Georges and Le Bernadin three. And that is about it.

And for cities with more than 2-3 - Tokyo is probably it. Better French than Paris (better everything than everywhere)
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