It's not what you cook. It's why.
It was also interesting in that none of these were about going somewhere to get a bite to eat. All these places were the focus of hopes, dreams, and fulfillment on an entirely different plane than mere sustenance. It compares well with Jiro Dreams of Sushi and, in fact, I liked it better.
We found ourselves afterward in terms of our own business, our own hopes and dreams, and our own lives. Highly recommended.