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Dubbed the king of pop by Forbes, Benito Antonio Martinez, known by his stage name Bad Bunny, continues to prove that the sky is the limit.
The reggaeton star has continued a steadily ascending career, topped with three Grammys and 11 Latin Grammys, and a Forbes ’30 Under 30′ cover dedicated to him. An act that marks another cultural milestone, as well as when he stepped onto the gastronomic stage with the opening of his own restaurant Gekko; included, of course, in this list of his favourite restaurants.
The urban music singer and fashion icon Kendall Jenner were spotted having a romantic date at this restaurant in Puerto Rico. Yoko is quite well known in Bad Bunny’s life, who he even directly alluded to in the lyrics of his track ‘Andrea’ from the album ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’.
Yoko, located in the heart of Santurce on Calle Loíza, is the temple of Japanese cuisine directed by chef José Meléndez. It features its ‘Nigiri experience’ along with an extensive cocktail menu that combines the simplicity and flavour of Florence with its modern Asian approach; as in its Negroni Especial that adds the flavour of Japanese gin highlighting the floral characteristics and distinctive citrus of yuzu.
Bad Bunny has been captured countless times by the paparazzi at this trendy New York restaurant called Carbone. Considered an institution of NY Italian haute cuisine, this project led by Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and Jeff Zalaznick, has become another culinary must for the artist.
Carbone’s menu becomes an ode to traditional Italian-American cuisine with well-known highlights and iconic dishes such as seafood salad, linguini vongole, lobster fra diavola, chicken Scarpariello and veal parmesan, which are now also part of the Puerto Rican’s menu.
Cosme is known to be another of the stardom’s favourite restaurants, where the Puerto Rican singer was likewise spotted with Kendall.
Located in New York’s Flatiron district, it serves contemporary cuisine inspired by and rooted in Mexican flavours and traditions, with a beverage programme centred on craft spirits.
This culinary scroll ends in this sensual and modern restaurant created by the artist himself, with which he transfers his gastronomic and artistic vision to the Miami scene.
Structured around a U-shaped sushi bar, velvet-upholstered booths and various art installations, the singer’s venue combines elements of a traditional steakhouse with Japanese cuisine, including raw sushi and sashimi on a menu that dazzles with dishes such as filet mignon with olives, cold oysters with watermelon granita or his lobster fried rice, Bad Bunny’s favourite.