El Huffington Post ha publicado dentro de su blog  de la sección de Arte y Cultura, Departures Magazine un artículo, firmado por Erin Schumaker, en el que se referencian los 9 restaurantes más extraordinarios del mundo, que se encuentran dentro de un museo.

banner_ponlenombre-pequeno_2Entre ellos, como es lógico, se encuentra el Nerua, el restaurante del Museo Guggenheim Bilbao. Que no sólo se encuentra en la lista, sino que es el primero en ser nombrado en el texto de introducción a las 9 fichas que presentan cada uno de estos restaurantes a los lectores de esta web norteamericana.

Huffington Post – 16/5/2013 – USA

Extraordinary Museum Restaurants

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Once considered more of a refueling pit stop between exhibits than an actual culinary destination, museum restaurants have finally arrived. With more establishments utilizing fresh local ingredients and offering housemade and innovative menu items, it should come as no surprise that foodies are flocking to savor something other than art or history. At Nerua, inside the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, chef Josean Alija is snapping up awards with culinary creations like roast-duck foie gras with candied carrots and whipped casein with strawberry-and-violet ice cream. In New York, the New-York Historical Society’s Caffè Storico prides itself on house-made Italian delicacies such as arancini risotto and garganelli and pappardelle pastas, as well as views of Central Park through its floor-to-ceiling windows. And locavores should seek out the Art Institute of Chicago’s Mediterranean-inspired Terzo Piano, where ingredients are sourced from farms and distilleries within 150 miles of the restaurant.

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