These are exciting times for eating out. Never before has the range of choices around the world been so great. And while we love to celebrate local dishes using local ingredients from local chefs, there’s also always a good time to celebrate offerings from distant lands around the world. From Olympics-primed Brazil to the rise of Korean, push the boat out with these emerging cuisines. Greg Sunning shares three great cuisines that deserve a little more of your attention.
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From 1994 Magnus Ek and Agneta Green ran Oaxen Skärgårdskrog, a small restaurant in Stockholm’s archipelago. Chef Magnus explored and researched the island’s wild herbs as well as the small local farmers and producers. The restaurant was listed as one of The 50 Best Restaurants of the World for four years in a row.
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