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Fine dining in the middle of nowhere

By Bloomberg
21 November 2018   |   1:24 pm
The world's best female chef, Ana Ros, has used her hyperlocal philosophy to transform a small roadside inn into a food destination with dishes that people travel thousands of miles to try.

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