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Welcome to our #FDLMoment series where we show you our favourite photos on Instagram that capture beautiful dishes and places representing fine dining moments (and just plain delicious ones) in the world of social media.
A few things took all our attention on social media this week at FDL HQ. We still can’t get over the dishes at the new Mugaritz in San Sebastian, especially the Haiku flowers dish that looks more like a bride’s veil than food. Check out the rest in our feature article - the creativity behind these dishes is truly out of this world. All hats off to chef Andoni Luis Aduriz and his incredible Mugaritz R & D team.
Eataly Paris also opened its doors this week and our French team was there to report back on all the pasta, pizza, and gourmet Italian treats that are now available in the French capital. Their Instagram is brand new, but we expect it to fill up pretty soon with mouthwatering carb compositions. Find out more here.
Without ado, here's our fourth instalment of #FDLMoment Instagram roundup. Take a look and remember to tag your best dishes with our hashtag for your chance to be featured next!
@chefsclubtaipei: king crab, tomato gelée and ossetra caviar
@gastrorejser snapped this pic at Virgilio Martinez's Central in Lima
@landsdownepub posted a picture of this perfectly pink prime rib steak
@lorettaslastcall - not fine dining, but definitely hunger-inducing
@caposouthbos, pasta never fails to make everyone happy
@ho4food, last year katsu-sando trend is still going strong
@lincolnsouthbos nails brunch with this steak and salad dish
Check out @larusetterem's white asparagus and eggs then go see our piece on asparagus (they're in season now!)
@committeeboston's brunch spread: you got us at shakshuka