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You can only eat at one restaurant the rest of your life, what would it be?

If you could only eat at one restaurant for the rest of your life, which one do you choose? Give me details! I want to know the meals you would eat, and why you would pick this menu and atmosphere above any other. It can be any type of food in any city anywhere in the world, but remember -- you can only choose one! 

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    It must be our own Kitchen.but still is it possible having food only our home rest of life? · (0 likelikes)

 

					
					
					
				

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    Gosh, what a hard question! I mean, I'd want variety, yet the places that have great variety often come at the expense of doing anything really really well. Okay, let's throw healthiness out the window!

    In Europe: Mother -- I do really love pizza and think I could eat it every day. They have so many different pizzas, plus beer, plus wine, plus cured meats and breads, and I'm sure they could make me a salad when I explained that it was the only place I was allowed to eat ever again!Mother

    In Asia: Fuchun Xiaolongbao -- I ate so many xiao long bao in China that I thought I would make myself sick. I did NOT get sick! I am therefore confident that I could eat it for the rest of my life with zero side effects... :)Fuchun Xiaolongbaoimage from allisonadventuresabroad.blogspot.comIn North America: In-N-Out Burger -- Remember where I said I didn't care about health? Okay, then! Give me animal style till my heart gives out! I'll just have to run like 15 miles a day to make up for this.

    In-N-Out Burger

    Jeez, I've really revealed how healthy my food choices are. Don't judge me too much!

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      In-N-Out 4 lyfe · (2 likelikes)

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      I LOL'd at your In-N-Out answer, and then realized: but of course! If you chose anywhere else that means you'd never be able to eat at In-N~Out again. If that's the world I'd have to live in, then take me now, Lord. · (1 likelikes)

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      ChoLon in Denver · (0 likelikes)

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      Great list. Your answer gets mentioned on this week #39's episode of the Go Fork Yourself podcast! · (1 likelikes)

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  • Debbie Lee

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    I've always said that if I had to choose one cuisine to eat for the rest of life, it would easily be Japanese food. Save for the mercury and sustainability issues, it would specifically be a type of Japanese food that involved raw fish. That being said, I had never found a Japanese spot that I would say, hands down, we're getting married. That is, until I went to Iyasare in Berkeley last night.

    This is the one dish that caused me to have a come-to-Jesus moment and sealed the deal: the Ocean Umami. It has scallop, uni, ikura, pickled wasabi leaves, and nori seaweed ponzu. Gorgeously plated, every bite was as amazing as it looks.Iyasareimage from instagram.com

    A close up, just because:Iyasareimage from instagram.com
    Other noteworthy dishes included beet-cured ocean trout, squid ink gnocchi, uni risotto, and this magical Tokyo Parfait:Iyasareimage from yelp.comAt this point, they're less than a year old. Methinks they're Michelin star-worthy already, though :)

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      Love this place, Debbie! Nice choice :) · (1 likelikes)

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      Thanks! Methinks they'll become a Michelin starred place one day :) · (1 likelikes)

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  • Andrew Zimmern

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    These are great answers and I loved reading them! To answer my own question, if I could only eat at one restaurant for the rest of my life, it would hands down be at the Badjao Seafront Restaurant in the Philippines. What makes this place so great is that it's out on stilts in the middle of the ocean and everything is so incredibly fresh. Fishermen bring their fresh catch every day ranging from fish, lobster, wild shrimp, and fruit from farms brought in on little canoes. The menu changes all the time because the chef cooks whatever is brought in through the door. I had tiny sea snails cooked with calamansi orange and hot chiles with fresh coconut milk, grilled tuna collars over coconut wood glazed with rice wine and tamarind. I mean, this place is awesome. It's cheap and great food. Doesn't get better than that.
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      never heard of it but it sounds wonderful. I was going to say a really good seafood restaurant but we have none I could name. So I will join you in the Philippines :) · (1 likelikes)

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      oh Mr. Former NY'er, I'd have to say Veselka in the EV. I live further up on 2nd Ave, but going there is always FANTASTIC! great pierogi, great stuffed cabbage - hell, everything's great there. in fact, I'm going there today! · (1 likelikes)

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  • JR Johnson

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    My vote is for Mama's Fish House Restaurant Here's my reason.

    1. It's on Maui so I'd have to live there :)

    2. Food is great and still fairly healthy (fish)

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    Mama's Fish House Restaurantimage from flickr.com3. It's big. I could move around the different rooms to mix it up. Sit inside or out... sit at different bars even. That's a bonus.

    4. Views are insane!! (not best picture of views, so you'll need to trust me on that)
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      Awesome spot! My parent's favorite as well. · (0 likelikes)

    • JR J.

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      are you saying I'm old? kidding... kidding :) · (1 likelikes)

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      we're on Maui now - have heard many great things about this place...will check it out - mahalo! · (3 likelikes)

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  • John Sappington

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    I would pick L'Auberge de l'Ill.

    Auberge de l'Ill

    I would regularly have Sunday lunch there with all the families. On a nice day, I would start with an apero, probably a glass of pinot blanc, down by the river.

    Auberge de l'IllI would then move to the dining room and probably start with the Lobster Salad

    Auberge de l'Illwith a glass of Riesling. Next would come either the famous Salmon Souffle

    Auberge de l'Illor one of the other fish dishes. I would then choose between La Filet d'Agneau en Habit Vert

    Auberge de l'Illor La Cotelette de Pigeon

    Auberge de l'Illwith a glass of Alsatian Pinot Noir. After the great cheese tray, I would finish with one of the fine desserts. Finally I would return to the terrace for a cafe and perhaps a digestif. It's a great way to spend the afternoon.

    Auberge de l'Ill

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      Nice, John. Looks AMAZING! · (0 likelikes)

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      Thanks, Debbie! · (1 likelikes)

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  • Anne Cunningham

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    It has to be Sage Restaurant in Midleton, Co. Cork, Ireland. Chef Kevin Aherne grounds the restaurant in his 12 Mile ethos - the vast majority of produce is sourced from within 12 miles of the restaurant. All the poultry is free-range, all the fish is either trawled or line-caught off the coast of East Cork, the beef, lamb, pork and goat is all local too. Kevin himself forages the land and seaboard to add to the produce from local growers which appears on his menu.

    Sage Restaurantimage from facebook.com(Sage, Midleton: Pork shoulder , root veg , apple, parsley , smoked cheese beignet)

    I'd start my meal with Free-range chicken terrine, beetroot jelly, sourdough and pickled shallots. Then follow it with Woodside Farm pedigree free range pork shoulder, apple, smoked goats cheese potato, crackling and carrot. If I still had room for dessert it would have to be the divine 'Midleton Milly Filly' (purposely calling a mille feuille a 'milly filly' is a mischievous touch Midleton natives would understand - even the humor is 12 Mile!).
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    At Sage you truly 'eat with the seasons' with each ingredient lovingly and creatively elevated to a better version of itself. The cooking and presentation is exquisite - creative and solid in technique without any of that pointless fluff and faff that has become fashionable in some establishments. Every element of each and every dish serves a purpose and contributes to the whole. Look good it certainly does, but the food in Sage delivers every time in terms of taste, creativity, technique and combinations.

    Here's a link to a short movie about #12Mile

    http://vimeo.com/102873475

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      Mille feuille* looks DELICIOUS. · (1 likelikes)

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      The Mille Feuille is deliberately called a 'milly filly' on the menu - it's a bit of an in-joke in the locality. However, I can certainly attest to its deliciousness :) · (0 likelikes)

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    My vote is Commander's Palace Restaurant That place is classic New Orleans with some contemporary Southern twists. In a city with world renown food, this place is at the top of the list of best eats in the Crescent City.

    I always aim to get a lunch reservation for the 25 cent martinis and a good 3 course meal. Highlights from past visits include: chicory coffee quail, pork belly & oysters, turtle soup with aged sherry, and if i'm able to stuff more food into my stomach I usually go with a dessert of creole bread pudding soufflé. Some of menu items are on the rich and not so healthy side, so I would be eating like a king everyday for the rest of my shortened life span. Let me put it this way, i'd go obese for this restaurant!

    Commander's Palace Restaurant

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      This is one place that I unfortunately did not get to try when I was in NOLA, but did hear the wonders of. I need to try it. Great answer! · (0 likelikes)

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    Impossible for me to answers in just one! But I did narrow down to four, removing several options based on the limited amount of variety. These are the places I feel like I HAVE to go to when I'm in town, and the places I would be sad if I was never able to go to again. Sorry for breaking the rules, I was never very good at listening anyway :)

    For a total culinary experience every night (if I had 4 hours each night to dine and an unlimited supply of money), I would without a doubt select The French Laundry because it is just that amazing and the menu changes daily so you know you won't get bored.

    If I was going the smoked food route, I could not live without Bounty Hunter Wine Bar & Smokin' BBQ in downtown Napa. I love the location, small cozy dining. Amazing wine selection, and I am quite certain that I could not live without ever having their beer can chicken again in my life.

    Burgers, glorious burgers. Gotta go with Stuft a burger bar in my town. It's local, has absolutely a TON of topping options (strawberry jam, fire roasted peppers, corn!), let's me select buffalo as my meat and top it all off with a pretzel roll as the bun. Since I assume I'm dining in, they have plenty of TV's to keep me occupied with sports of every kind to watch.

    Lastly, Psycho Suzi's because I absolutely ADORE the tropical drink glasses that change yearly. They have great pizza (with a small but eclectic offering of toppings), cheese curds (which I may not be able to live without), wings and sammies. The tiki-bar feel is outrageous and makes me smile. The patio along the Mississippi River in the summer is all about enjoying life!


    But if I had to pick just one and only one, I go with The French Laundry just like my husband because it is truly, just that amazing. Everything from the staff, the food, the presentation, the salt options, the wine suggestions, and the four-course dessert just make this place too good to pass up.



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  • Megan Norris

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    Great question! True Food Kitchen. Multiple locations in the USA, but I've only eaten at the True Food Kitchen in Santa Monica and the True Food Kitchen in San Diego. Their tagline "honest food that tastes really good" is an understatement...but that's part of the appeal.

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      I love True Food! They have a lot of variety on their menu to choose from, and it's all so fresh and delicious. Great choice. · (1 likelikes)

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      Love them! They are so good! By the way, helped you tag ones in their respective cities :) · (0 likelikes)

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  • Tina Labruzzo

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    I am a huge diner fan, so if I literally had to eat in the same restaurant for the rest of my life, I would choose Becky's Diner in Portland, Maine.

    The breakfasts are heaven- bacon and eggs with a side of French toast. Okay, so for health reasons I may skip the bacon once in a while.

    Lunches and dinner are delicious too. They have one of the best lobster rolls in the city.

    Everything is fresh, delicious and impeccably made. We go back time and time again and like any deep and loving relationship - can't stay away too long. I love in NY and we sometimes go up for a weekend to eat at Becky's.

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      Awwww, salivating reading this! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Heather George

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    Millennium Restaurant is epic, and not just because I'm vegetarian...Enjoyed a wonderful prix fixe 5 course vegan meal with wine pairings that still makes my mouth water. Second choice would be (also vegan) Green Zebra in Chicago. Both are extremely creative, so many delicious options to choose from...

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      Hi Heather, if you love Green Zebra, I think you will really like Crossroads in West Hollywood. They have a new vegan chicken and waffles brunch that I'd love to try soon! · (1 likelikes)

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      Yum! I used to live up the street from Millennium and still haven't tried. I'll have to! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Lydia Barber

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    Okay, tough but I am a seafood junkie and a Cajun junkie so it would have to be Acme Oyster House in New Orleans!! Chargrilled oysters, raw oysters, gumbo, seafood!!! Yes, that is it and you should disqualify anyone who didn't have the gonads to say just one!

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      that place is awesome as well! another favorite of new orleans · (1 likelikes)

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      Oh, I LOVE this place! My very first restaurant in New Orleans that I wondrously randomly stumbled up. Ended up having a dozen chargrilled oysters by myself, something I never do! · (1 likelikes)

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  • Valerie Axworthy

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    Quite possibly one of the hardest questions EVER but, if I had to choose, it would be at Sweet Lady Jane Bakery.

    Sweet Lady Jane BakeryYou get really get your bang for your buck at this place. Portion sizes are extremely generous and they have a large, delectable variety to choose from. From their berry blossom cake, to their chocolate peanut butter mousse cake, you really can't go wrong. Just please do yourself a favor and check out their endless options below:

    http://www.susinabakery.com/pdfs/susina_dessert.pdf

    I recently tried their apple crumble (ask for whipped cream on top) and it is probably the best thing I have ever had. I could seriously taste the Fall season.

    There's always room for dessert. Make that your mantra.

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  • JJ D

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    Chipotle. I just love that place :D

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      Haha, come to think of it, I seriously could eat Chipotle every day for the rest of my life, too. Their veggie bowls with guac are so good :D · (1 likelikes)

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      Great choice. One can never get sick of Chipotle! · (0 likelikes)

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      I'm sure many were thinking the same thing, Jin. I know I was :) · (0 likelikes)

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  • Courtney Robinson

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    Decisions, decisions!!! OK, I'm going to go with Comme CA which has the best French food I've ever eaten in my life and that includes restaurants all over France. A friend of mine used to take me there all the time and no matter how many times we went it was never enough. ;)

    The L.A. location is being redecorated (which is a mistake) but when it reopens, I'm going to have big plates of their oysters (literally the best oysters I've ever had in my life--we used to consume plates and plates of them), their French onion soup which is insane, and their incredible green beans. Back when he used to take me we would both have steaks and even though I haven't eaten meat in about five years I would still have one there (I can literally taste it right now). We also used split a big plate of their fries which were beyond incredible.

    Now I really want to go there.

    Comme CAPart of the reason I would choose this place is that the people-watching is some of the best in town. It's definitely a Hollywood crowd but so what--it's Hollywood.

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    qui in Austin Texas. You have no idea how good their wagyu is...

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      I've heard the wonders of this place! · (0 likelikes)

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      That's my answer, too! Obsessed with that place. · (1 likelikes)

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  • Eric Lizotte

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    Tras-patio Bistro Puertorriqueño would be my choice. The food is spectacular. Its Nuevo Puertorriqueno - classic Puerto rican dishes with added flair. Not super exotic fusion, but all unique. I eat there every trip to Puerto Rico. Their menu changes weekly, based on seasonal fresh items. I have yet to have a single thing there in all my visits with the whole family that wasn't perfect.

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    In Lagos n Portugal i have over the past 15 years eaten more than 300 times at Casinha Do Petisco.

    This is a small hole in the wall restaurant run by Luis Rosa and his wife with the help og one ot two other employees. Luis simply cooks up the best portuguese food on the planet.

    Portuguese food can honestly speaking be quite bland but Luis does the job to perfection and you can stuff youself for less than 20 dollars at his restaurant.

    I personally love his "bife a casinha" but his garlic shrimps makes people rave too.Lagos

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      300+x? That's insane! Adding to my bucket list :) · (0 likelikes)

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  • Scott Mahaffy

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    Wow! Great question Andrew. I vacillated from simple, to fancy, to my favorite types of food, to my most memorable meals. I almost picked Oklahoma Joe's Barbecue, because I am a sucker for great BBQ. Ultimately, I had to go back to my most memorable meals, which were at Le Bernardin and The French Laundry. The French Laundry wins because there are menu variations every day, the chef picks what I will be eating (I enjoy culinary surprises), and I love Napa Valley. What about you Mr Zimmern???

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      I'm DYING to try The French Laundry!!! · (1 likelikes)

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  • Ellis @ Ellis Goes On Hols

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    Fergburger in New Zealand would definitely be a contender. Their burgers are huge and good value for money, there's so much variety AND they are open 21 hours a day. I would definitely fly back to NZ for one- in fact one day I probably will! You just can't go wrong with a good burger.

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      I've heard so much about this place. Bucket list burger joint for me! · (0 likelikes)

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      fergburger! Such cult status. :) · (1 likelikes)

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