Goodbye to you, 2018, and goodbye to all of the lousy dining trends you brought, too. Here are eight ridiculous food fads I’d be glad to see the back of in 2019. Elitist eats The “must-try” places for moneybags hedge funders and oligarchs are kaiseki and omakase-style restaurants, where long, zillion-course meals are served at a few counter seats — starting at $200 per head. Food writers who can bypass impenetrable reservation systems with help from the house naturally adore them. Snooty French “Le’s” and “La’s” of the past were as cheap and easy as corner pubs by comparison. Off-color wine Sommeliers and wine writers jaded by the same old $300 Brunello are always on the hunt for new thrills. Unstable, funky, “natural” vino tasting of farm-cellar mildew no longer does the trick for them. Odious “orange” wine — from white grapes left to macerate with their skins on — is the “must” at every new brasserie, trattoria and izakaya. But to most of us, elixirs allegedly suggestive of hazelnut, bruised apple and creamsicles in actuality taste like kerosene. Dim lights, no pity I can read every menu in London — from pizza spots in Brixton to empire-evoking dining rooms… Read full this story
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