Overall Score 8/10
The Liit Italian Restaurant on BumRes.com
Many of you may have already heard of the Michelin Star restaurants; one star, two star, and three star. Basically Michelin Star is a reward given to restaurants to guarantee the greatness in which can be divided into four levels. Lowest is the Rising Star (I believe it is called as so). A restaurant that can hold the rising star for at least one year up to two years, it will earn a one Michelin Star reward. For one star restaurants – if you happened to be near one, it doesn’t hurt to try. For two star restaurants – it is worth the travel to experience the two star rated places, if it wasn’t across the world. And lastly, the three star restaurants – it is the best of the best restaurants. If you could afford it, you would probably swim across the ocean to experience it and it will be worthwhile. Michelin Star marks supremacy within the restaurant industry worldwide. The reward is trustworthy and it is the world’s most renowned restaurant rating. Judged by selected committees of several worlds’ famous food professionals, one restaurant is being critiqued one at a time. Michelin Star restaurant are found only in big cities such as Tokyo, London, Paris, Chicago, San Francisco, etc. where Michelin guide book is published. Bangkok still doesn’t have any Michelin star restaurants. What city do you think has the most Three Michelin Star restaurants? Tik-tok-tik-tok… the answer is Tokyo! I am not sure how many restaurants but I know that the record is more than double the number of the first runner-up, Paris. This is telling us something about Japanese people; how they work so hard to be best at what they do.
An additional Main course was a fish menu; I don’t remember the name exactly. Presentation was stunning and tasted amazing. I really loved this menu. And in the end, we had a dessert that was created by the Michelin chefs (they weren’t there on my visit). A Vanilla ice-cream with almonds; it was really enjoyable. I was so impressed with this dessert.
Total bill was about 1,000 Baht per person. My lunch experience at the Inversus was impressive; all dishes were delectable and presented great Italian cuisine delicacies. In terms of customer service, staffs still needed more discipline. They were a little bit shaky but they were nice. And for the atmosphere, the place was decorated with class. Being the only table was good for privacy, made us feel somewhat lonely but special like we owned the place. I would personally recommend Inversus for special occasion; great food and priced lower than most five-star hotel restaurants.
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