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Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare’s MICHELIN Experience

Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare is a three-Michelin-starred restaurant located in New York City. Originally situated in Brooklyn next to a grocery store, the restaurant has since relocated to the Hell’s Kitchen section of Manhattan.

History and Setting:

Chef César Ramírez founded the restaurant, which can seat up to 18 guests around a counter. The food is heavily inspired by Japanese cuisine and features 24 courses, including canapés, soups, cheeses, and desserts. Note-taking, picture-taking, and cell phone use are not allowed in the restaurant. Reservations are difficult to come by, with wait times of up to six weeks.


Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare has received numerous accolades, including three stars from the Michelin Guide and a ranking of No. 55 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. However, not all reviews have been positive. Critics have criticized the restaurant’s website as being rude and controlling, and one critic even described the experience as similar to punching oneself in the face.

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