Most of us can agree that going to the same restaurants and eating the same types of food can get stale.
Finding delicious new restaurants can be hard but worth it.
Some new friends took me to this fantastic restaurant in Amsterdam, where the chef went against tradition and actually refused his Michelin star. The chef is a magician, creating new flavors and textures.
There’s a flower dish that looks like a Chihuly glass sculpture with micro-thin discs of radishes that look like flower petals, silvery smooth slivers of raw fish hiding underneath, and caviar for a surprise burst of flavor.
There’s a delicate egg made of candy with a hidden orange surprise that’s as light as a cloud, surrounded by a nest of crunchy straw, that’s, of course, edible.
What could be better than 8 mouthwatering courses accompanied by fine wine?
Finding 2 new friends who enthusiastically share their own unique perspectives that come from the heart. They reimagined age-old ideas with fresh new perspectives and create new takes and opinions that come from the combination of different cultural backgrounds and the courage to think differently.
Most of us are willing to put the effort to try new restaurants with different tastes. But how often do we seek out new friends with different tastes?
What might we be missing?
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