José Andrés is a busy man. On the heels of the opening of his Miami outpost of The Bazaar in the SLS tomorrow, Andrés escaped out to Aspen for this past weekend's annual Food & Wine Classic where he stopped by the Eater Lounge for a quick interview with Eater National Editor Raphael Brion on his upcoming projects. Andrés spoke about The Bazaar's menu as well as the various cultures influencing the cuisine:
"The menu at The Bazaar is kind of Spain-meets-Florida-meets-the-Carribean. And we're going to be having an homage to Singapore, because that's what we are: The Bazaar is the place where cultures meet. There's a lot of art deco in Singapore and a lot in Miami. I used that art deco connection to come up with five dishes, establishing a bridge with Singapore cuisine. You'll see shumai, and fishhead curry - it's going to be very unique."Check out the full interview at Eater National for more information on The Bazaar adapting to Miami and the SLS Hotel.
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