World-renowned three Michelin starred restaurant Eleven Madison Park in New York is making a bold move in the world of Gastronomy.
The restaurant was forced to close during the pandemic, but is re-opening its doors on June 10th with an entirely plant-based menu. Although best known for their dishes including meat, they will no longer be available and instead will create dishes made from vegetables, both from the earth and the sea, as well as fruits, legumes, fungi, grains, and much more.
Chef and owner Daniel Humm states that the way we eat is “not sustainable”, so is making a radical change to redefine luxury and share the incredible possibilities of plant-based cuisine.
To find out more about Eleven Madison Park’s change to plant-based cuisine, have a listen to Daniel Humm's episode on NPR's How I Built This with Guy Raz.