This past year, my best friend in San Francisco, “The Jenius,” traveled to 3 countries and had amazing culinary experiences of 30 Michelin Stars in 30 days. The Jenius’ experience and encouragement as well as our deep bond over food inspired me to step up and try the same – somewhat – as my bank account could allow.
In April 2018, I had two incredible dining experiences in two US cities – New York and San Francisco – that are both my home, of 3 Michelin Stars in 3 days.
Ju-Ni is an Omakase-only place with an intimate setting and Michelin-starred cuisine in San Francisco.
With only 12 seats and a L-shaped bar, every 4 guests receive personalized attention and 18 hand-crafted courses. Chef Paul Luong gave us an incredible, yet relaxing, and enjoyable experience. Here are a few highlights from this amazing Omakase menu at Ju-Ni.
As a fan of Chef Daniel Boulud, I was very excited about my culinary experience at his Michelin Starred restaurant, Daniel. An unforgettable tasting menu of nine courses that took me around the world and blew me away. Here are a few highlights that stood out the most to me.
Like any foodie and fan of Chef Thomas Keller, The French Laundry has been at the top of my list of Michelin star restaurants. After fully paying off one of my student loans, I decided to take the plunge and treat myself by joining my “Foodie” BFF and a group fellow foodies in SF for Chef’s Tasting Menu at The French Laundry in Yountville in Napa Valley, CA.