Latin Americas 50 Best

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The Hon’ble Minister of Tourism, Mexico, Enrique de la Madrid and his wife flanked by the top two chefs Mitsuharu, Virgilio Martinez and Latin America’s 50 Best Charles Reed (to the right) Helen Pietrini, Tim Brooke Webb and William Drew (to the left).

Here’s to the power of Food and restaurants. Did you think Food is only about nourishment, taste, excitement, great cooking, expression of love? It’s much more. It’s a global force. I write from the most prestigious Oscar of food awards being held in Mexico. Not only did the  Minister of Tourism Enrique De la Madrid, grace the awards but even the President of Mexico tweeted and congratulated the chefs.  

Building this all-powerful global platform to promote gastronomy is  Charles Reed and his dream team of the Worlds 50 best restaurant academy (also Asia’s 50 best, Latin America’s 50 best). I am all admiration for this dynamo dream team from London  who even  in as far away as Latin America not only encourage and award the finest 50 best restaurants, give diners an accurate compass to find the best but also ensure positive benefits to flow to local communities from greater awareness and international visitors and even promote tourism. May this uniting global power of food and restaurants grow and magnify!

Note: Latin America’s top two  restaurants, Central (Virgilio and Pia Martinez) and Maido (Mitsuharu)  are both in Lima and I had the most amazing meals there…including 15 course, pure vegetarian ones.

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