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Everything I Ate at Gucci’s Michelin-Starred Restaurant for My $230 Lunch, and I WAS STILL NOT FILLED

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YouTube creator Jacob Cruikshank booked Gucci Osteria, which is located inside a Gucci boutique on Rodeo Drive.

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A foodie has revealed what it’s like to dine at one of California’s trendiest restaurants, with high prices, artistic food arrangements and a spacious bathroom among the offerings.

youtube creator Jacob Cruikshank reserved in the Osteria Gucciwhich is located inside a Gucci boutique on Rodeo Drive, and has a Michelin star with Italian chef Mattia Agazzi at the helm.

Jacob explains to his fans that he opted for the five-course tasting menu, which costs $170 per person, and an $8 bottle of still water.

This brought the grand total to $230.51 after taxes and service charges were applied.

YouTube creator Jacob Cruikshank booked Gucci Osteria, which is located inside a Gucci boutique on Rodeo Drive.

Jacob explains to his fans that he opted for the five-course tasting menu, which costs $170 per person and an $8 bottle of still water.

Jacob explains to his fans that he opted for the five-course tasting menu, which costs $170 per person and an $8 bottle of still water.

The creator said he was a little worried about not looking fashionable enough, but when he arrived, he was treated like a

The creator said he was a little worried about not looking fashionable enough, but when he arrived, he was treated like an “important person” and was ushered to a table by a fleet of staff.

Jacob said he received a

Jacob said he received a “welcome gift” in the form of a selection of bread. Items included a croissant with truffle butter and a few more breads with honey butter and ricotta cheese.

As the first course of their tasting menu, they gave him a salad called 'Spring is here to stay'.

As the first course of their tasting menu, they gave him a salad called ‘Spring is here to stay’.

Next, Jacob ate a seafood salad with seasonal vegetables, which he said was his least favorite.

Next, Jacob ate a seafood salad with seasonal vegetables, which he said was his least favorite.

The creator said he was a little worried about not looking fashionable enough, but when he arrived, he was treated like an “important person” and was ushered to a table by a fleet of staff.

Jacob sat at a table that was “half inside, half outside” in the 50-seat restaurant. Detailing the interiors, he said: “It really reminded me of a grandmother who lived in Italy, who had like 100 million dollars and you were eating in her backyard.”

‘Something about this really reminded me of old women.

“There was Gucci furniture around the restaurant and I noticed that I think everyone who worked there was wearing Gucci sneakers.”

Moving on to the food, Jacob said he received a “welcome gift” in the form of a selection of bread. Items included a croissant with truffle butter and a few more breads with honey butter and ricotta cheese ‘with a little pepper on top’.

For the first course of their tasting menu, they presented him with a salad called “Spring is here to stay.”

The mix included fennel, sturgeon, persevering asparagus and nori (dried edible seaweed).

Offering his verdict on the course, Jacob said: “I had sturgeon, and I actually had to Google what it is.” If you’re going to eat that kind of fish, you should Google it before eating it because it’s the kind of fish that makes me sick.

‘With the salad, they gave me these taco-type things and told me you could use them to top the salad… but I ended up mashing them into the salad to add a crunch factor.

‘Definitely not the usual salad I have, but I enjoyed this dish. It tasted like lemon and had little pieces of some type of creamy cheese, which was delicious.

‘It was ok. Did it remind me of Gucci? Not necessarily, but it did remind me of people’s fancy food.

For the second course, Jacob ordered a seafood salad with seasonal vegetables, which he said was his least favorite dish.

He reflected: ‘It is I didn’t find it edible… but I appreciated its uniqueness. I just didn’t really like the taste but then again I finished it all so Of course I still liked it.”

After a disappointing second course, Jacob said he was excited for the next offering: a 'risotto disguised as a pizza'.

After a disappointing second course, Jacob said he was excited for the next offering: a ‘risotto disguised as a pizza’.

Jacob enjoyed his last savory dish, which was cod Milanese with a farmer's market tomato terrine.

Jacob enjoyed his last savory dish, which was cod Milanese with a farmer’s market tomato terrine.

To complete Jacob's menu, Jacob's menu ended with a dessert called Charlie Marley, which contained chocolate, hazelnuts, and wild rice.

To complete Jacob’s menu, Jacob’s menu ended with a dessert called Charlie Marley, which contained chocolate, hazelnuts, and wild rice.

Before enjoying more food, Jacob went to the bathroom and described it as

Before enjoying more food, Jacob went to the bathroom and described it as “luxurious” and “very spacious” with a chair in the corner.

In the end, despite having spent the most amount of his life on a lunch,

In the end, despite having spent the most money of his life on a lunch, “he still wasn’t full.”

After a disappointing second course, Jacob said he was excited for the next offering: a “risotto disguised as a pizza.”

He explains that chef Mattia Agazzi was inspired to make the top of the risotto look like pizza, and the waiters told him that he should taste each of the colors (red, white and green) individually, before mixing them.

Their expectations did not disappoint and Jacob said the risotto dish was “delicious” and that he would have eaten “four times the portion they gave me.”

Before enjoying more food, Jacob went to the bathroom and described it as “luxurious” and “very spacious” with a chair in the corner.

Back at his table, Jacob enjoyed his last tasty dish, which was cod Milanese with a farmers market tomato terrine.

Jacob described the creation as “basically battered and fried fish.”

As a result, he said “there’s no way this can’t be good” and was “shiny with grease.”

Like the risotto, he said the cod was “delicious” and that he “cut a little bit of the fish and then added a little tomato to each bite.”

To top it all off, Jacob’s menu ended with a dessert called ‘Charlie Marley’, which contained chocolate, hazelnuts and wild rice.

He noted that the presentation was “cool” and reminded him of a building due to its tower shape.

As a “parting gift,” Jacob received a “fruit jelly and a circle of chocolate with salt on top.”

Overall, Jacob seemed pleased with his elegant lunch, with “very attentive” staff and good flavors.

However, he said in the end that despite spending as much as possible on a lunch for himself, he was “still not full.”

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