Eleven Madison Park just won the best restaurant in the world in “The World’s 50 Best”, bringing back amazing memories of a stunning experience.
When you are on your way to one of the world’s best restaurants a number of things go through your mind. For me, normally whether I can afford it, and will it dish up what I hope for.
This time around I had one main measuring stick, Columbus Circle’s Per Se. The walk from our friends place in Chelsea was short but very sweet. And in the park, the line at the Shake Shack was 200 metres long already (at least).
I know a fair number of people who’ve eaten at Eleven Madison Park and my expectations were tempered. It was my last day with Catherine before the World Cup, so good company was guaranteed!
The entry is not spectacular which straight away eases the pressure and intimidation that you can feel at such a restaurant…
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