Art is not only hung on the walls or placed outside but is now commonly seen on our plates.  Having a simple meal is becoming more and more competitive these days. The more unique and intriguing the design, flavors and wow factor are resulting in creating happy customers and absurdly long waits for dining reservations.  With instagram, twitter and pinterest boards bragging the visual blue prints for most of the most intricate and delicate works of food art, this food photography art sharing trend is making the bar much higher for chefs creativity and talents. I have narrowed my selection down to this week’s most beautiful and whisper worthy few of my favorite food art creations which will reignite both your visual and oral senses. These chefs and restaurants should be added to your must experience list. Let us know which one is your favorite.

1. Flower Pot at Mandarin Grill, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

 

2. Jordan Kahn’s Alaskan Halibut with Kaffir lime, butter lettuce and vegetable stems gives green a new look

3. This unique chocolate dessert is available at Le Phebus & Spa

 

4. Eleven Madison Park mastered the artistic approach with their oysters

 

 

5. Executive chef for Ikarus st Hangar-7 restaurant, Martin Klein created this alluring cod fish, snail, parsley and lemon recipe.

 

6. The Deconstructed Rhubarb Crumble at the Royal Exchange in London is eye-catching

 

7. The hedonisticly colorful salad at Bacchanalia is pretty as a picture

 

8. Mark Jordan’s seared langoustine tails with caramelized bacon , apple and vanilla puree, Brazilian nuts and pancetta is mouthwatering

 

9. Clio Restaurant in Boston is known for their spectacular food presentations

 

10. Takazawa in Japan created a rainbow seafood winner

 

11.  Ørjan Johannessen from Bekkjarvik Gjestgiveri Norway created this noble fish plate at Beleston Court Yukawatan by Noriyuki Hamada in Japan

Designer climber wall – Illoiha Omotesando in Tokyo. Photo courtesy of attractionsmanagement.com

 

12.  A Decadent Seafood platter by Arnolfo Ristorante in Italy caught my attention

 

13. A Succulent Steak by Eleven Madison Park NYC

 

14. Chef Andoni Luis Aduriz’s Beautiful Steak at Mugaritz in Spain

 

15. Pumpkin Apple Soup with Dried Fruit, Pine Nuts, Chile de Arbol by Lori Lynn

 

16. Smoked Veal Tatar with Lumpfish Caviar, Horserradish, Spunce and Watercress By Mads Refslund, Denmark

 

17.  Les Amis in Singapore creates the most exquisite entrees like this caviar pasta

 

18.  Johnny Luzzini of Jean Georges in New York created this colorfully bold yet perfect dessert 

 

19. Marc Guibert’s chocolate pudding will cost you $22,000 (yes this is not a typo) and is served at Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel in Cumbria

 

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