The food you eat on a trip helps make it even better. So for this reason, you really have to choose the best places to eat at each destination. We have put together for you the list of 5 of the best luxury restaurants in the world on this page.
Kyubey is located in the capital of Japan, in Tokyo. It is considered one of the best restaurants in the world. Even if you’re just searching for a luxurious place to taste sushi in Tokyo, this is the go-to place and you surely will want to binge on sushi before heading home. At Ginza’s main restaurant, they have different seating options, such as counters or counters in Japanese style, or even private rooms for different group sizes.
Eleven Madison Park, New York, USA
If you’re planning to pass by New York, don’t forget to book a table at the really famous Eleven Madison Park. There are many reasons why it won the first place in the World’s 50 Best in 2017. First of all, it welcomes you in a really well decorated dining room with a smart layout of tables. In the menu, you’ll discover a wide variety of courses typically American, but also European and even vegetarian plates.
Aux P’tits Anges, Cannes, France
Located on the Marceau road in Cannes, France, Aux P’tits Anges is one of Cannes finest restaurants. It offers typical French and Mediterranean dishes where tastes and flavors are awaiting for you. It is a very well-decorated place with a very well-chosen design. Professionalism, smiles, discreet attentions and kindness are parts of its charm. You can perfectly rent a Mercedes V class in Cannes to go there and to discover this city deeply thereafter.
To find Attica, Australia’s most prestigious restaurant, you must go to Ripponlea, in the Port Phillip, in Victoria City. It will make you discover the exotic flavors of Australian gastronomy in a wonderful setting. This restaurant is also vegan and vegetarian friendly. What is striking in this place is the rather sober and dark decor, which makes it ideal for a romantic dinner.
You find the Geranium in Copenhagen, Denmark. It has been the first organic restaurant to receive 3 stars in the Michelin Guide. It has nothing to do with most luxurious restaurants where you can’t even move or talk. Simplicity, authenticity, everything in the purity and perfection. That is what describes the most this place. It serves European, Scandinavian and Danish cuisine at the same time. As its name implies, here, you appreciate the vision of the flowers and taste it as well. Besides, the glass wall gives a breathtaking view on the city gardens.