29 November 2016 by Anna Staford
Famous chef Julia Child once said that in France, cooking is a serious art form and a national sport. Does that mean that you can only find the best restaurants in France? Not at all. Let’s take a look at some of the best restaurants in the world.
This restaurant, run by the Roca brothers has an outstanding reputation for quality and has been rewarded with the Chef’s Choice Award in 2016. It offers what’s called “techno-emotional” dishes based on Catalan culinary folklore. This family started out with humble origins and managed to climb to the top of the culinary world only because of their determination, imagination and the quality of their food. If you want a menu paired with wine prepare to dish out at least £73.
Awarded the best restaurant in South America in 2016, it will take you on a culinary experience starting below sea level and finishing at the top of the country; Virgilio Martínez. The Chef, prepares a menu that includes food from all altitudes of Perú. A wine and food pairing experience for two could set you back about £430.
Mauro Colagreco has an Italian-Argentinian heritage that mixes with French culinary culture. Using vegetables that he grows in his own garden, you will be delighted with dishes that appeal to the eyes as well as the taste buds. You can have a very special lunch from £47.
As Chef Yoshihiro Narisawa puts it, clients “should not only be eating a meal, they should absorb life itself”. His dishes look to bring nature to the plate, mimicking landscapes by carefully balancing the ingredients to draw from nature. Dining there could cost you around £227.