Check Out The World's Smallest Michelin Star Restaurant, Here in New York City

The City has many restaurants that have earned 1, 2 or 3 Michelin Stars, but one of them is very special: it is the smallest Michelin Star rated restaurant in the world.

Williamsburg’s Semilla prepares and offers its foods on only 465 square feet. Despite its diminutive size, the restaurant offers a variety of high-quality dishes focused on seasonal vegetables. They have just 18 coveted seats and you will find only 3 cooks and a dishwasher.

See how Semilla makes it work in this short video from our friends at Eater.

Necessity is the mother of invention at Semilla, an 18-seat tasting menu restaurant in Brooklyn’s South Williamsburg neighborhood. Limited kitchen space, a small staff, and a dedication to minimizing food waste overlap to yield a creative, very fresh menu, which was awarded a Michelin star last year. Watch the video above for a look at the space and the menu, and to hear more about restaurant’s philosophy from chef José Ramírez-Ruiz and pastry chef Pam Yung.

via Eater

Veronika Kostova

Veronika Kostova

Contributing Writer

Veronika is in her twenties and is studying marketing and design. She loves to travel, discover the world and its delicious foods, and finds inspiration in the City’s arts scene. She never turns down a challenge, especially on the volleyball court.

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