One Chef, 2 Days, 3 Michelin Stars

I recently had the absolute religious experience of working in one of Tokyo’s only 3 star Michelin restaurants. The epic journey I would face in my short time proved only one thing, I am addicted.

More to come.

9 Responses to “One Chef, 2 Days, 3 Michelin Stars”
  1. PC says:

    Ahhh, the honeymoon is over, time to get back to work…hehe!

    It must be an extraordinary experience to dine @ a 3-star Michelin restaurant.
    Unfortunately I have no budget for another trip to the East again this summer, otherwise……..

  2. chefledarney says:

    Panna I also don’t have the budget to dine there, thats why I decided to WORK there instead.

    When you make it to Asia again I’m taking you and your hubby out for Yakatori, not 3 star I know, but the best digs anywhere!

  3. PC says:

    I think you’re talking about that tasty snack (similar to Malaysian satay)?! Sounds yummy!

    Will let you know when I have enough pennies in my pocket….hehe!

  4. chefledarney says:

    You got it panna! Chicken on a stick and roasted over Charcoal, add a beer and were off to the races.

    c u then

  5. Kate says:

    Nolan, we have so much to catch up on. Your wedding, your job hunt … need to see pics …. where r u lost !

  6. Hi Nolan,
    We can’t wait to read our write up on this fantastic experience. Living food through your experiences is so exciting. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful dishes, stories and inspirations. You are truly remarkable!

    Thanks for inspiring us,
    Diane & Todd

  7. Kobe Rose says:

    Are you still job hunting? Don’t forget to call Mr. Tanuma–he is THE GUY with ALL the hook-ups, and Cornell truly is mafiaesque in terms of the power of the network connections, but all in an above-board way. You have a Cornell pedigree–throw it around a bit and see what happens! (^_~)v

  8. mycookinghut says:

    WOW! It must be wonderful to work in a 3-star Michelin restaurant!!

  9. chefledarney says:

    it was a religious experience for sure. Looking forward to more.

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