Fine Dining: is Fine Dining More than Numerous Forks and Spoons?
Fine Dining, as haute couture for fashion, is supposed to be the ultimate dining experience. Fine Dining must represent the very best in quality, innovation, technique and presentation. The reason that makes fine dining a contemporary expression of passion is simple: what goes into each dish is more than food. There are hours spent in researching, studying and hunting for best ingredients and hundreds of cumulative years of experience among kitchen staff. For food enthusiasts, Fine Dining is not something to be taken lightly as it represents the definition of their culture, based on the newfound pleasure of conviviality, the hunt and curiosity for new tastes.
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