Cream Of The Crop
A look at some of the best restaurants in the world, some world-famous and some hidden gems tucked away in a nook of serenity
Gone are the days when food only needed to taste good, and be nutritious. Now it has to look great, and be served in Instagrammable locations, by a friendly, smiling crew. Yes, the internet and social media have taken over the restaurant business as well.
Let’s take a look at 6 of the best restaurants in the world, famed not just for the food but for the dining experience as well. And some of these are truly out of the world, in terms of the experience in getting to them as well… awesome, offbeat restaurants that stay tucked away from the urban wilderness out of choice.
Dinner By Heston Blumenthal
Masterchef Australia made Blumenthal a household name. The British chef is known for his multisensory cooking, and this Melbourne restaurant certainly lives up to his culinary fame.
Dubai has all kinds of delights on offer. Dining with enormous sea creatures looking down on you is one of them. At this restaurant by 2-Michelin star chef Nathan Outlaw, the walls are actually huge aquariums.
Fine dining and old world charm take on a new meaning at Odette, housed in the National Gallery, Singapore. The restaurant, which serves artisanal French fare, is aged after Chef Julien Royer’s grandmother.
Located in the Westman Islands in Iceland, this familyrun restaurant serves up only sustainable and seasonal local fare. What’s not to like about that!
Part of the Tanusas Retreat & Spa in Ecuador, this restaurant is all about gourmet dining, in the most refreshingly opulent settings. Everything, from the ambience to the food, spell local charm.
Run by Chef Massimo Bottura in Modena, Italy, this three-Michelin star restaurant has twice topped the list of World’s 50 Best Restaurants, besides being in the top five for three more years. Need we say more?
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