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Benu Hardcover – April 20, 2015
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"Top 20 Cookbook in 2015" —Amazon
"A lavishly illustrated celebration of the three-Michelin-starred San Francisco restaurant and its Korean-American chef." —The New York Times
"This sumptuous new book from San Francisco superstar chef Corey Lee is filled with much more than just dinner ideas." —Sacramento Bee
"This is the first book on San Francisco's three-Michelin starred restaurant Benu and Lee, its chef, who Momofuku's David Chang calls "one of the best chefs on Earth." Chang penned one of the forwards to the book; the other was written by Lee's mentor, Thomas Keller, who Lee worked for at The French Laundry for eight years." —Yahoo Food
"The food itself, which like everything else at Benu (and inside Benu, his cookbook, out this month from Phaidon), is more or less a master class in stripped-down elegance." —Saveur
"One of the most anticipated cookbooks of the year [...] The photography is stunning." —VanityFair.com
"It is not often to experience pure emotional romance and beauty in a cookbook like Benu. The dedication to it's balanced creation is apparent across words, design and imagery." —Dine x Design
"Benu is one of the country's most extraordinary - and enlightening - dining destinations." —Eater
About the Author
Korean‐born, American‐raised Corey Lee (b. 1977) is the head chef of Benu, one of San Francisco’s most celebrated restaurants, and one of only a handful to receive three Michelin stars and a four‐star review from The San Francisco Chronicle. Lee brings his background to bear on the food at Benu, creating an eclectic, creative Asian‐inspired American cuisine that explores identity, culture, and belonging. Having worked at some of the most acclaimed restaurants in England, France and the United States, including Thomas Keller’s The French Laundry, Lee’s own restaurant has been tipped as the next big American restaurant by both The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.
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the book was used but was suppose to be new, and menu nothing spectacular.Published 6 months ago by MelG
Don't sleep on this one or you'll set yourself back a few years in your progression.Published 11 months ago by rin