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Al Mahara, is a seafood restaurant located inside the luxurious Burj Al Arab Hotel. The interior of the restaurant sets out an aquarium scene. Entering from the golden archway will lead you to the dining area around an aquarium. You will be able to watch the sea life while a team of award-winning chefs prepare your very special meal.
The 'Alice in the Wonderland' themed White Rabbit is located on the 16th floor under a glass dome. White Rabbit was also ranked 23rd place in The World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2015. Their menu offers a variety of dishes, including seafood, hot and cold appetisers, soups, Russian pies, grills, poultry, rabbit, porridges and truffles.
Ran by the Roca brothers Head Chef Joan Roca, pastry Chef Jordi Roca, and master sommelier Joseph Roca, also ranked 1st in The World's 50 Best Restaurants in 2015. El Celler de Can Roca serves a variety of creative dishes, yet still retains the textures and flavours of each and every ingredients. Go for the wine pairing option to complement the dishes!
Established in 1887, Peter Luger serves the finest cuts of cattle. At Peter Luger you will only have to decide on the size of the steak and let them do the rest. They also have on-site dry-aging facilities at either of the Peter Luger Steakhouses to age the sourced USDA prime short loins and shells.
A family-run restaurant in the sailing village of Barceloneta, Barcelona. Can Majó's has been an all-time-favourite for its location and their seafood and fish menu. The ingredients are sourced everyday by the owner himself, thus ensuring the kitchen receives the freshest products from the sea.
Maní, is the husband-and-wife restaurant in São Paulo, Brazil. Chef Helena Rizzo has also won the title Veuve Clicquot Latin America's Best Female Chef in 2013 and the title for the World's Best Female Chef in 2014, and the restaurant is now ranked No. 41 in 2015 for the World's 50 Best Restaurants.
Sukiyabashi Jirō, a three-starred Michelin restaurant was featured in 'Jiro Dreams of Sushi', a documentary in 2011. The 90 minutes omakase sushi service is prepared by Takashi Jirō, the youngest son of the Master Jirō. Sushi that is served at Sukiyabashi Jirō will definitely be the freshest you have ever tasted.
Sierra Mar offers breathtaking views through floor-to-ceiling windows at the top of the cliffs. There are two tasting menus to choose from for dinner- a four course menu or a nine course menu. They also offer a full wine list (they also won the Wine Spectator's Grand Award) and VIÑA , for those of you who are passionate about wine.
The Brazilian dishes at D.O.M. are based on the ingredients captured in the Amazon rainforest. Be prepared to be astonished by the flavours, the combination of textures and the presentation of the dishes. D.O.M. is also ranked 9th on The World's 50 Best Restaurants list this year.
Ithaa is the world's first all-glass undersea restaurant. It is located 5 meters below sea level, and offers a panoramic view of exotic sea life and the vibrant coral gardens. Ingredients at Ithaa are imported, offering a wide variety of seafood selection.
360 Istanbul East is a restaurant/bar/club located on top of the Hilton Doubletree. The restaurant transforms to an amazing club during the weekends by midnight along with wonderful DJs and drinks. They also offer a summer terrace and an infinity pool for a memorable restaurant experience.
Who said we need to eat with our eyes? Welcome to the darkness! Blindekuh has two locations in Switzerland: one in Zurich and one in Basel. Both offer a very special dining experience: eating in complete darkness. At no point will you see any light as the restaurant is designed to be totally dark. Trust your senses and enjoy this sensational experience!
The three-starred Michelin restaurant, Per Se features Chef Keller's daily nine course tasting menu (a vegetarian version is also available) using the finest ingredients and classic French technique. An award-winning wine list is also available to complement the menu.
Ranked 10th on the World's 50 Best Restaurants, Gaggan serves progressive Indian cuisine in the heart of downtown Bangkok. Chef Gaggan uses modern technology to recreate traditional Indian recipes. The menu changes every three months to prevent guests from having the same plates when they revisit Gaggan.
The Ice Restaurant at Lainio Snow Village offers more than just a meal - it offers a remarkable dining experience in a restaurant that is completely made out of ice! The temperature at the Ice Restaurant is kept -5˚C to -2˚C, so be sure to gear up if you plan to dine there.
Aziamendi offers some of the most visually stimulating, edible art you will ever find in the world. The Executive Chef, Eneko Atxa, at Aziamendi is Spain's youngest three Michelin-starred chef. Aziamendi, located on the shores of Natai Beach in Phuket, serves a fusion of Spanish, Basque and Thai dishes.
Mi Casa by José Andrés, located in the Ritz Carlton Reserve on Dorado Beach, is known as one of the best Spanish restaurants in Puerto Rico. They serve locally-caught seafood, tapas and featured meals with fresh-farm ingredients all with a complementary Caribbean coastline view.
Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare is the only three Michelin-starred restaurant. Inspired by Japanese cuisine and French techniques, they serve almost only seafood in their 15 course tasting menu with some duck and Wagyu beef dishes. In terms of wine, you can choose to go by wine pairing, or simply just order a bottle of wine. If possible, pick to sit at the bar to overwatch the team as they deliver your plates.
La Chèvre d'Or in Eze, situated 1400 feet above the Mediterranean sea, is a two Michelin-starred restaurant offering the terrace or the gourmand restaurant. They serve seasonal menus with a view that overlooks the Mediterranean. The relaxed environment and accommodating staff makes you feel at home.
Fäviken took the 25th place in this year's World's 50 Best Restaurants, and is one of the more isolated restaurants in Sweden. The restaurant can only accommodate 12 diners each night, serving Nordic cuisines using traditional farmhouse techniques and practices, with ingredients that are farmed by themselves.
Temple Restaurant Beijing, as the name suggests, looks like a temple on the outside and serves European cuisine on the inside. Their menu is super flexible, and they also have a chef's five course or eight course tasting menu for those of you that want to experience what the restaurant has to offer and let it fill you with taste thrills!
Perlan, meaning the pearl, is a rotating restaurant that gently completes a rotation every two hours. Choose from the a la carte menu for your own combination of starters, meats, fish and desserts, or try out the four course tasting menu and enjoy the 360˚ view of Reykjavik.
All guests at Ultraviolet are seated along the same long table. You will be served a 20-course "Avant Garde" menu, and they utilise multi-sensorial technology for an immersive dining experience. Each course is enhanced with its own tailored atmosphere: lights, sounds, music, scents, immersive projections, images, and most importantly, food.
L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele has served traditional Neapolitan pizza since 1906. Only two types of pizzas are offered here: the Marinara and the Margherita, with buffalo mozzarella cheese. The idea is that extra ingredients may alter its world famous authenticity and taste.
The three-starred Michelin Restaurant, Alain Ducasse, is set inside the Hôtel Plaza Athénée. You will be amazed by its luxurious and modern gem-designed interior along with a menu sourced from sustainable ingredients.
Central serves Peruvian cuisine with ingredients sourced from the mountains to the sea, and from the desert to the jungle. Central is ranked 4th on the 2015 World's 50 Best Restaurants list, and has also won the Wine Spectator's Grand Award.
The French Laundry offers two daily changing nine course tasting menus. The restaurant commits to create classic French cuisine, with no repeated ingredients within the tasting menu. Each dish is created with the best quality sourced produce from around the US.
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This small Omakase restaurant, Sawada can only take six diners at a time, and the meal time may take up to three hours. Sushi is prepared by the master, Koji Sawada using only the freshest ingredients and well-balanced sushi rice. You are encouraged to use your fingers and consume the sushi immediately after its been made in front of you.
Guests arriving at the Test Kitchen may choose to sit at the wooden bar that surrounds the open plan kitchen. This way, they will be able to see the chefs at work while waiting for their plates to be prepared. The restaurant is also ranked 28th out of 50 in the 2015 World's 50 Best Restaurants.
The two-starred Michelin restaurant, L'Atelier Saint Germain de Joël Robuchon serves steak, lamp, foie gras, as well as a ten course discovery menu if you are looking to try more. Guests may also choose to sit at the bar to have a view of the kitchen as the eat.
Tuğra is located on the first floor of the Çırağan Palace and offers excellent hospitality. Their menu includes Külbasti and kebabs cooked to perfection, with the best ingredients and spices available. Your meal at Tuğra will be accompanied by live Turkish music. Be sure to sit by the summer terrace for a full luxurious dining experience!
The culinary team at Bern's uses the best seasonal produce for their menu, and also offers a seasonal special menu that changes every three weeks or so. Their menu includes oysters, vegetarian entrees, catches of the day and special dinners to be paired with wine.
The Italian restaurant, Sibilla Ristorante is located between two ancient Roman temples. The menu offers a range of dishes, including some of the Italian classics that are made with meat and fish. They also offer a comprehensive wine list for those who would like to complement their meal with a glass of wine.
Cabaña Las Lilas is perfect for all meat lovers as they offer a variety of beef species, including Black Angus, Braford and Brahman. They also offer some chicken and pork dishes. Portions are good sized and are cooked perfectly to your liking. Never a bad steak here at Cabaña Las Lilas!
Ezard's serve an a la carte menu as well as tasting menus to showcase their seasonal ingredients. Guests can also pick the wine pairing option to further enhance the dishes. Their menu is heavily focused on seafood and is continually evolving to take advantage of each ingredient. They serve one of the freshest plates in all of Melbourne.
Osteria Francescana is a three-starred but rather small restaurant of only twelve tables, in the heart of Modena. The restaurant is also ranked 1st in Italy and is ranked 2nd on the 2015 World's 50 Best restaurants list. Pick the traditional menu or the creative tasting menu if you are feeling a bit adventurous.
The restaurant at La Castela is hidden by the bustling tapas bar that mainly serves the locals. Blend in with the locals and have a pre-drink at the tapas bar before heading to the calmer, yet busy restaurant with spacious seating available in the back!
Quay's floor to ceiling glass walls set off a remarkable dining experience with incredible views of the Sydney Opera House in the shadows of the Harbour Bridge. By working closely with growers and farmers, Quay creates some of the most creative plates with different flavours and textures than those you have ever eaten before.
Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa is all about nature when it comes to food composition. He's able to utilise Japanese based ingredients and intertwine them with French cooking styles. Each plate at Narisawa has a core ingredient, with sides narrating how the ingredient made it to the plate.
A four course selection menu and two tasting menus are offered at Blue, by Eric Ripert. The menus are heavily based on local seafood. The foods are paired and perfectly presented with artistry techniques and seasonal flavours to elevate the star ingredients of each dish.