HELL YEAH, it’s. KFC franchisee Sam Edelman is on a mission, he needs an elusive Michelin Star for his restaurant in Alice Springs.
The score system has been used to grade a number of the most extraordinary and downright scrumptious eating places the world over. One star means “very good restaurant”, two stars “excellent cooking that is worth a detour” and three stars is “exceptional cuisine that is worth a special journey.” You may assume solely “snobby” grub earn the title however in fact, you simply need to serve up a particularly tasty plate of meals, like Singapore’s Michelin-starred Hawker Chen. There’s one in Melbourne, should you’re .
Edelman informed NT News that, in concept, his store does meet the standards.
“We have great food, cook it fresh on the premises,” he stated.
“In Alice Springs we have a unique position where people literally come from hundreds of kilometres for food, sometimes just for KFC. It puts us in a position where we also meet the criteria of worth a detour that they have.”
According to Michelin, the nameless meals inspectors adhere to a five-assessment standards to guage whether or not or not a restaurant has earned a Michelin Star. They are: utilizing high quality merchandise, the mastery of flavour and cooking methods, the character of the chef within the delicacies, worth for cash, and consistency of meals. Edelman’s undoubtedly acquired no less than a type of coated.
FUN FACT: the identical Michelin you’ve simply examine is identical Michelin that manufactures tires. The extra you understand.
Considering you need to catch Michelin’s consideration to even be thought-about, Edelman gave away some free hen on Sunday in hopes of capturing the meals gods’ eye.
“We do have a secret recipe, we do have a method of cooking that was developed by the Colonel, so it’s really not that far-fetched,” he continued.
“Worst case is I don’t get anything, best case is a Michelin Star, middle case, I get Michelin to come to Australia because we have some amazing restaurants here, on top of my KFC.”
Bless you, Sam Edelman. Bless you.