LATIN AMERICAS FOOD OSCARS

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Here’s to the power of Food and restaurants. Did you think Foodiesm is only about  taste, excitement, creativity and great cooking? It’s much more. Foodiesm is a uniting global force.And it’s power is evident here in Bogota.

I write from the most prestigious, glittering Oscar of food awards, amid the largest gathering of Latin American chefs. Here, Latin America’s 50 best restaurants are being announced. Crowned as Latin America’s best is Maido, where the ever smiling Mitsuharu’s Peruvian- Japanese Nikkei cuisine dazzles. Due to space constraint I cannot possibly list the other exciting winning restaurants, cuisine trends on display or record the pathbreaking  50 best talks on the future of food, meat and vegetables.All nationalities are mingling, tasting, connecting and celebrating here.

Making it possible is the  dreamteam of the Worlds 50 best restaurant academy from London  who even  in as far away as Latin America, encourage and award the finest 50 best restaurants, give diners an accurate compass to find the best, even promote tourism. It’s  living proof that foodiesm is a good ism, it unites us all, it is understood in all languages. It knows no boundaries or frontiers.  It is, in fact, the frontier to be on.

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Latin America’s best  Mitsuharu of Maido flanked by Tim Brooke Webb and Will Drew of 50 Best and the presenter Claudia Bahaman.

 

 

 

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