Best Restaurants In The World

Dina's personal picks for eateries that made her coin the term "mouthgasm."

Kanda Yabu Soba

Kanda Yabu Soba- Best Soba in Tokyo This is an institution in Tokyo for Soba lovers. Opening its doors back in 1880, Kanda Yabusoba has been serving countless loyal patrons their famous Seiro style noodles- soba made from ten parts buckwheat to one part wheat
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Forget whatever notions of tempura you may have had from eating this Japanese delicacy in the Western world. Nakasei has been in business since 1870 and has lasted this long with very good reason. Unlike the versions of tempura most of us are familiar with
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Ritz Carlton Earns 13 Michelin Stars in 2015

Big Congrats: Ritz Carlton Earns 13 Michelin Stars in 2015 As many of you know, I’ve long been an ardent fan of Ritz Carlton, both its hotels and hotel restaurants. I was excited to hear that some of my favorite restaurants in Ritz Carlton hotels
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Japan’s most infamous cuisine takes on a different meaning at Shinodazushi. Its history begins in 1877, where the specialty of Inari sushi, (thin pouch of marinated and deep fried tofu stuffed with all kinds of seasoned rice) became popular. Their take-out sushi has become a
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Shushikan Osakaya

You’ll be hard pressed to find an older or more authentic Japanese confectionary store than Shushikian Osakaya. The business has been passed within the family for seventeen generations dating back to the late 1600’s. When it comes to Japanese sweets, they know their business. Here
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