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CHAPTER 9

THE DINING EXPERIENCE: HOW THE DINER EXPERIENCES, TASTES AND PERCEIVES THE FOOD.

The different elaborations prepared through using unelaborated products are part of the gastronomic offer that will be placed before the customer. The experience that each customer has in a fine dining restaurant is individual and unique.

 

We analyse this experience through a fresh dialogue to explore the different processes that take place when the diner is seated at a restaurant table, savouring the products placed in front of him. Or even before that, such as when the choice of restaurant is determined by the presence of certain unelaborated products in its offer.

 

An example of how the unelaborated product can be experienced, who has this experience and how the context is valued, as well as the factors that condition it.

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