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Food Network’s Mario Batali Lists Favorite Restaurants
Despite the fact that everyone has their own list of favorite foods, many want the inside info related to which restaurants famous chef’s choose to dine at. Mario Batali, a star of the Food Network, recently divulged this information by listing his nine favorite restaurants. Not surprising is the fact that these nine span the globe, and not all are upscale restaurants.
His list includes:
The Cooks’ House (Traverse City, Michigan)
Le Louis XV (Monte Carlo, Monaco)
Le Bernardin (New York City)
Hosteria Guisti (Modena, Italy)
Sin Huat (Singapore)
Joe’s Stone Crab (Miami Beach, Florida)
Num Pang (New York City)
Frenchie’s Famous (Traverse City, Michigan)
Menu prices vary widely at each of these restaurants, ranging from only a few dollars to as much as several hundred dollars. Hosteria Guisti is the smallest restaurant on the list, with only four tables. Le Bernardin is hold the number fifteen spot on the S. Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. Le Louis XV is the most expensive. Located inside the Hôtel de Paris, chef Alain Ducasse provides memorable meals that are worth their lofty price tags. Batali recommends ordering the vegetarian tasting menu.
Num Pang offers Cambodian style sandwiches priced under $10. Equally affordable is Joe’s Stone Crab, which Batali claims offers some of the best fish sandwiches and french fries in the world, and Frenchie’s Famous. The Cooks’ House, Sin Huat, and Salumi offer mid-price options. Salumi often has a long wait for seating, but Batali says that the wait is well worth it.
Though his is a fan of creativity and excellent technical cooking skills, Batali claims that the use of the best ingredients is what truly makes the difference. He has long stated that a simple cooking style is his preference, as simpler methods allow the flavor of the ingredients to shine through. Known as an Italian food specialist, the list of favorite restaurants makes it clear that Batali enjoys a broad range of food options that are not strictly Italian. In fact, only one Italian restaurant made the list.
Batali became a household name after becoming one of the Food Network’s Iron Chefs. In addition to his Food Network ventures he is also a restaurant owner, has published several cookbooks, and is now a regular on ABC’s “The Chew.” Additional information about Mario Batali can be found on his official website: http://www.mariobatali.com/
Date: July 11, 2012 at 2:29 pm- by Leslie Miller- Posted in Entertainment News and tagged batali favorites, mario batali, mario batali news, mario batali restaurants- Comment(s): 1
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