What we see every year on stage with the awards ceremony of World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards 2021 it is a great tribute to the world gastronomic culture. A stage of excellence that sees the best trends and the best testimonials and protagonists of a restaurant that teaches school and creates a community spirit around the food and hospitality segment. This year the event took place in Antwerp, in Flanders, a land that pays great attention to gastronomic multiculturalism, proliferating in a context open to diversity and aware of the value of the words sustainability and zero waste. These were the opening mantras of the award ceremony, a strong message of community, resilience, inclusiveness and solidarity, especially after difficult years also for catering. Here is also the participation and sharing in this system of values of Gin Mare, the distillate known all over the world for its Mediterranean botanicals – juniper, rosemary, basil, thyme, olive, citrus and spices – which gave it the typical scent of southern coasts. Not by chance, Gin Mare was the official partner of the Art of Hospitality award awarded during The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards 2021, to reaffirm the brand’s attention to authentic hospitality that translates into a brilliant and unconventional welcome.
An exceptional witness, the standard bearer of a concept of hospitality that is well known throughout the world, was Massimo Bottura, chef and owner of the Osteria Francescana in Modena, chosen as the announcer of the winner for the Art of Hospitality award. Bottura, Three Michelin stars and several times at the top of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, comments with these words: “As an Italian I can only truly appreciate the art of hospitality, so I am pleased to present this award together with my friends from Gin Mare al Steirereck restaurant. ” Definitely an honor to be invested by Bottura and a great pride to become ambassadors of this art in the world, winning the prize.
Led by the Austrian chef Heinz Reitbauer, the Steirereck restaurant in Vienna conducts avant-garde cuisine in a futuristic, family-run environment. The menu recalls the rural region of Austrian Styria, with its simple and elegant products, for a refined cuisine with a recognizable language. Clean in shapes and lines, with a minimal and dry design, Steirereck can be considered as the contemporary and 2.0 vision of good manners. He is honored with this title by He’s values: starting from the markedly territorial imprint, the chef can boast in his DNA the relationship with the nature and products, respect for having ingredients, attention to detail, geometry of taste – clear and precise – they can be considered essential assets of the Austrian restaurant.
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