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Senigallia, Italy
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London, United Kingdom
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Honfleur, France
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Stockholm, Sweden
55. IL LUOGO DI AIMO E NADIA
Milano, Italy
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Seasalter, United Kingdom
57. DIVERXO
Madrid, Spain
58. MAISON PIC
Valence, France
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Holte, Denmark
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Diverxo
Madrid, Spain

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David Muñoz takes the artistic side of his craft seriously. We are being literal when we say that Muñoz presents his dishes by painting them on a canvas at your table. Even more compelling than the method Muñoz uses to convey his ideas are the ideas themselves: His cooking is a very unique combination of Spanish and Asian cuisines, prepared utilizing culinary techniques that range from the most traditional to the modern. Dishes like strawberries with kimchi, yogurt and baby squid or cocochas covered with pil pil foie, fermented truffles jam, finger lime and horseradish were described as “so interesting” and containing “so much flavor.” It’s no wonder reviewers feel Muñoz “has avoided falling into the fusion trap” that would have plagued a less-talented chef who tried to do the same thing.