go to the yelp page of the best restaurant in your city and bring back a picture of what you would like to eat.
pic related: butter poached maine lobster, fennel, orange, tarragon, coral foam
it was literally the place i went to tonight but i'm paranoid so i won't post it
honestly if it were somewhere else i'd say :D so00OOo paranoid
It's just a chocolate and ice cream place and I don't really like either.
An invite only restaurant that seats 16 people at a time. And it's in some dude's apartment.
Lobster coral and tomalley are criminally underused if you ask me. The fact that people throw that stuff away just boggles my mind.
Anyway, lots of good restaurants in Vancouver but the best I've been to so far is probably Hawksworth. Pic (not mine) is of roast venison, crispy spaetzle, squash, salsify, sweet and sour nage.Great food and really attractive plating all around.
kek....whore was upset that the shitty fondant shoe that was on the cake she brought into the restaurant was broken during boxing to take her uneaten food back home again.
I was looking at nice restaurants in Raleigh and I came across "Angus Barn".
Here's a pic of their $40 prime rib.
served on commercial grade plates.
Glad I live in a city with higher standards.
Interesting exercise. i went to the instragram page of the most-expensive and highly regarded restaurant in my town (Rio de Janeiro). nothing looks specially fantastic, but they do seem to have a obsession with posting pics of truffles.
here is the page: https://www.instagram.com/fasano/
no one thinks that gino's is the best restaurant or even best italian in perth tho.
even seeing her grubby hands make me seethe with anger
>all this dainty shit
Here's rosemary chicken from the highest rated restaurant in Atlanta GA.
>lil suburb annexed by houston
>highest rated restaurant on yelp is a takeout chinese place
general tso's i guess
Maybe not "the best" but it's pretty popular. the food is always great and prices are reasonable. Sorry my camera sucks.
Charcuterie Board - Lamb, Duck, Pork.
Meat and Potatoes
Ribeye, Mushrooms and Steak Fries
A fellow Raleigh dweller, awesome!
Angus Barn is a bit interesting. Going by the tablecloth you were in the main dining room. The presentation there always sucks, apparently because they feel it makes it more "homey and Southern". The taste however is pretty damned amazing . . . . they use high quality beef and dry age it on site. I've never had a meal there that wasn't great.
I ate at the Chef's Table last year. It cost $95 before tip but I got a 7-course dinner that rivaled stuff I've had one someone else's dollar for $300+ at "fine" NY restaurants.
Also the head chef is an actual Iron Chef.
Burger King, not much else even compares. We are not a "fancy" city but our Burger King is revered around town.
Generally at a "fancy" steakhouse you order your meat and then sides a la carte. He got the "vegetable medley" I'm guessing . . . for the same price there are other sides that are bigger and better looking.
At places like Angus Barn you want to do a little research before you go in, heh.
I actually just ate at the highest rated restaurant/brewery in town tonight, I had a wood fired pizza with spicy coppa, chorizo, fennel sausage, mozzarella, and roasted red peppers. It was delicious
a year or so back a nice little mexican place opened up in the center of town, serve super stuffed burritos, I somewhat prefer their Shrimp Burrito, but one of their bests is a big burrito that's loaded with all the available meat options that's been named ofater our town of Bedford Indiana
upon further review of the menu I would get the tomahawk chop not the filet
I live in a shit town in south eastern california the best restaurant is famous for "cutting your tie off and stapling it to the ceiling"
I'd rather not share
>cut off tie in exchange they'll hang it from the rafters with your business card
honestly sounds like free advertisement, got to a walmart, buy a cheap shit tie and just let it happen
>Pork Chops & Bistec
really good puerto rican place
Highest rated place in San Antonio is some German sausage place that popped up last year.
I'm pretty sure pic related is why their so popular.
Most-reviewed place. Never been.
I had to dig through like 100 pictures to find this one. Apparently this place is basic bitch central; 300 pictures and almost all of them are of a salad and a glass of cheap wine.
looks ugly but I bet that tastes really good, all of that stuff goes well together
Also a bit ugly, and that duck is cut rather large, and they didnt score the skin, but duck is delicious
Looks a bit burnt but otherwise really good.
That looks really good
Bit messy but otherwise nice, I love lamb shanks, theyre not used often enough
prime looks good throw the rest out
this is nice
not even sure what im looking at senpai
im a sucker for 5 ways, i actually did a rutabega 5 ways over the weekend
cream soda is nice but that plate looks rough, mite b okay though hard to tell with a picture like that, sides look like garbage
dont fuck with an american classic I guess
looks decent, nothing special
too many micros
Soda fountain place that I didn't even know existed. The banana splits and milkshakes look pretty good. I'm tempted to go there now.
my kind of meal
very nice, seems a bit cheese heavy tho
pretty good for take out
this looks meh
but this looks good
>more sauce then meat/veg combined
wew lad I'd be dead after force feeding myself all that puerto rican food is great
looks good upside-down thats for sure
Best pic yet
Looks like average fare
Chicken & broccoli, shrimp egg foo young, egg rolls, orange chicken, and kung pao chicken. 15 years of going here and these guys have never come up short. Northwest Indiana has some good spots if you look hard enough.
I live in a town of 8000. The highest-rated restaurant is a mediocre Chinese buffet ranking at 3.5 stars.
One of out favourite nearby places is a buffet run by Mennonites (basically Amish) folk. It's all basic stuff like pic related and pork chops and all kinds of pies. We don't go there as much anymore because they raised the price up from 15 to 20 dollars a person, which my dad thinks is too much.
Europe has Tripadvisor. I usually check it out before I go to a place but now that I have seen the top 10 in Zagreb I am free to say that the rankings are bollocks. The top 100 places to eat have 4 or 4.5 stars out of 5.
I'll do my favorite instead because fucking SF is so huge.
The problem is I end up spending $60 on food and $200 on drinks when I go alone.
Gnocchi with Squash blossoms;
Midwestern city of 75,000
Waiting for the guy from Wisconsin to say Olive Garden and genuinely mean it.
escolar with wild mushroom cannelloni
This is better than everything here and you guys know it
holy shit is that a pizza roll
im fucking dying m8
I live in Manhattan...not sure how I can quantify the "best" restaurant.
I could name the best Italian, Chinese, Thai, BBQ, breakfast spot, brunch, pizza, steak, fried chicken, Japanese, etc. but couldn't tell you the best overall.
I suppose the best place I've been recently was Takashi. Pic is their "cow experiance," you cook it at the table to your preference.
It's really overrated. You can do your own with pic related, green onion, some Kamaboko (aka pink fish loaf) and maybe some scallop powder if you really want to get fancy.
Well I know it wasn't going to be spectacular or anything since it's like the Japanese equivalent to an American hot dog stand, but still it has to be better than Top Ramen. Also I'm a sucker for eggs being put on other foods and that seems really appealing to me.
>best restaurant in your city
The Chocolate Gallery Cafe
4.5 stars - 101 reviews
Never been here, probably should check it out, though I dunno what I’d get, as they don’t list a menu on their web site.
I really ought to check this place out.
Braised lamb shank from Boulevard Five72 in Kenilworth, NJ. Fantastic, 10/10
This is about the only identifiable thing I could find, and I've never tried pigeon before.
MT’s Local Kitchen & Wine Bar. this is the third on the list for my town because the first two are chain resturaunts. I've never been here but it looks ok but overpriced
"Pan Roasted Halibut, Sautéed Gnocchi, Beach Mushrooms, Figs, Roasted Beet Puree, Blood Orange Salad"
Ramen isn't about the toppings, and it's barely even about the noodles.
It's about the richness and character of the soup. That's the real star of the show.
Decent Japanese ramen places pride themselves greatly in honing their particular soup recipe, which results in a spectrum of different possible experiences that don't really measure up to the slop they typically substitute for in the west - coupled, typically, with an overfocus on having a bunch of different toppings; but they're actually secondary, at best.
Only went there because if Glowbal's founder was taught there and make no mistake Glowbal's restaurants was one of the reason I made dining out my hobby so compelled me to visit Fortes
N/Naka in Los Angeles, Modern Kaiseki Even featured on Chef's Table.
Here's the trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IX9dd14GyKg
From the best rated misc. food place in Houston. They apparently make pasta and ravioli.
And then the highest rated restaurant is this place, which I've been to and it's amazing.
They serve meat and meat accessories.