Opinionated Abut Dining Survey

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June 23, 2008


Dave S

Hope you can make it to Regis Marcon. It's a bit out of the way, but 'il vaut le voyage'.

You might also consider Il Desco in Verona if you havent been already. I liked it better than Da Fiore (which is great also). I dined at both of them last month.


You'll be travelling a lot! The only one of these I've been to is Canlis, but I really enjoyed it.


While in Senigallia for Madonnina del Pescatore, do not miss Uliassi. I cannot recommend that restaurant highly enough.
And for lighter meals, you might consider Aniko and Clandestino Susci Bar, the former in Senigallia and the latter in a nearby town, both run by Chef Cedroni of Madonnina.
Overall, quite an eclectic list you've put together. I like it, and I'd go on about some of the other places on it, but that's what the survey is for!


If you ever come over to England again you should go to Le Champignon Sauvage becuse it really is a top class restaurant and David Everitt Mathias is a truly great chef, and his place should have 3 Michelin stars instead of the 2 it currently has, P.S i would eat at Le Champignon Sauvage over Gordon Ramsay at Royal Hospital Road any day of the week IMO


How about Corton??? Paul Liebrandt's new place in Tribeca?

That is definitely on the top of my list.

Steve Plotnicki

Not open yet. But I am sure I will go as soon as it does open. Liebrandt is one of my favorite chefs.


Have you been to Hungry Cat in Hollywood, CA? Very tasty food, always with seasonal ingredients.

La Tache 78

why these 100 restaurants?... ??

Steve Plotnicki

Did you not read the my post on how I went about compiling the list?


Encuentro que no sois derecho. Lo invito a discutir.



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