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The Olympus of the best chefs on the planet, those who can awaken our senses in every bite, draws an imaginary journey through the world, with stops in Europe, America, and Asia. Are you thinking about “What are the top 10 Restaurants?” Here You will find list of World’s Top 10 Best Restaurants. Enjoy your stay.
Gastronomy sets the roadmap for a significant number of travelers every year. Therefore, it does not surprise the expectation generated when the prestigious annual lists of the best restaurants in the world are announced. Helios7 has gathered 10 of the most incredible restaurants on the planet. So prepare your senses, emotions, and sensations and enjoy your gastronomic proposals.
- 1. El Celler de Can Roca, Spain
- 2. Osteria Francescana, Modena, Italy
- 3. Noma, Copenhagen, Denmark
- 4. Central, Lima, Peru
- 5. Eleven Madison Park, New York, United States
- 6. Mugaritz, San Sebastian, Spain
- 7. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London, United Kingdom
- 8. Narisawa, Tokyo, Japan
- 9. DOM San Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
- 10. Gaggan, Bangkok, Thailand
1. El Celler de Can Roca, Spain
With Joan in the gastronomic chapter, Josep as luxury sommelier and Jordi in front of the desserts, the trajectory of the three Roca brothers is that of a perfect team that, not forgetting their humble roots, have known how to innovate and create dishes that are everything a gastronomic challenge, thanks to their innate curiosity, which has made them participate in multiple adventures around the stove. The result allows us to enjoy extraordinary cuisine in its peaceful conservatory and with an unexpected warmth in which it was chosen in 2015 as the best restaurant in the world on the list of the British Restaurant magazine, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.
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2. Osteria Francescana, Modena, Italy
For twenty years the restaurant of Massimo Bottura is a benchmark of Italian cuisine in the world. The international recognition of the chef, has not taken away an essence of its essence and this exquisite local of barely twelve tables located in a quiet street of Modena continues offering dishes and products typical of the area of the north of Italy (Emilia-Romagna) in the one that is located, reviewed under the imaginative baton of Bottura. Its menu – to choose, à la carte, or between two tasting menus, evolving tradition and sensations – leaves us a repertoire of dishes such as tagliatelle, risotto or macaroni, passed through the sieve of the experimental kitchen of Osteria Francescana.
3. Noma, Copenhagen, Denmark
Danish chef René Redzepi put the focus on Nordic cuisine, reinventing it and refining it, from his restaurant located in a discrete brick building and old cellar, in the port of Copenhagen. Something that has made him worthy of the prize of the best restaurant in the world in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014 for the magazine Restaurant, thanks to his imagination in the stoves and his eagerness to experiment. Nordic products, such as Icelandic kelp, Faroese fish or Greenland musk ox are prepared with modern techniques and in the most innovative ways, to visit an experience difficult to forget.
4. Central, Lima, Peru
The diversity of a country like Peru, where the sea, the mountains, the desert and the jungle meet, has been wisely gathered by the young chef Virgilio Martínez to offer us a culinary journey that gathers that richness. Using ingredients barely known even by locals – some of which have to be traced back to the time of the Incas – Martinez’s cuisine mixes history and science since together with his team he travels the country searching for and investigating new flavors, ingredients and textures to carry your dishes. Then he offers them in his restaurant, a space in which he has set up an urban vegetable garden and has a filtration system that guarantees the purity of the water used in the kitchen.
5. Eleven Madison Park, New York, United States
The couple formed by Daniel Humm and Will Guidara is a luxury tandem that works perfectly. The first, from the kitchen, and the second, masterfully directing the room of this exquisite restaurant located next to Madison Square Park. Eleven Madison Park is a classic in the ranking of the best restaurants in the world, and the best, for many, of the Big Apple, in the ten years that have passed since they bought the place from famous chef Danny Meyer. Its cuisine is a reflection of the enormous variety of local products of New York, not forgetting the gastronomic tradition inherited from a city that has left its mark the culinary specialties of the whole world.
6. Mugaritz, San Sebastian, Spain
The experience of visiting the restaurant of Andoni Luis Aduriz moves beyond the walls of the hamlet covered with ivy and surrounded by centennial oaks in which we find its acclaimed dining room. In the middle of this rural setting with a quiet atmosphere, we expect an experience that surprises the diner from the beginning, starting with the fact that there is no menu that will allow you to enjoy what you will enjoy. A trip to experience and feel the essence of one of the great national gastronomy, through unsuspected raw materials – including flowers and seeds – carefully treated to thrill.
7. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London, United Kingdom
British culinary history has been adapted to the 21st century by chef Ashley Palmer-Watts’s when he replaced his master (acclaimed Heston Blumenthal) at the elegant restaurant in the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park hotel. Walking around your menu, we can travel to the fourteenth century, with proposals such as a plate of rice and beef or grilled octopus, both dating to around 1390. But winks to British cuisine of yesteryear are made using ingredients modern and modern cooking techniques, to offer a contemporary experience with roots.
8. Narisawa, Tokyo, Japan
Only Japanese delicacy and sensibility could leave us a declaration of intentions like that of this Japanese restaurant, in which the client is not limited to ingesting a meal, but rather absorbing life. Therefore, for chef Narisawa the selection of ingredients is marked by choosing only those that offer the aroma, appearance, and texture of each season. A perfect way to transfer the nature of Japan to the plate through raw material supplied directly by local producers. To increase the expectation, in your letter you will not find superfluous details of the dishes, simply its ingredients.
9. DOM San Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
The passion of the visionary Alex Atala for the Amazon, its preservation, and support of the indigenous communities is behind the gastronomic adventure of this old DJ. The result is a contemporary Brazilian cuisine that, using the rich resources of nature, has reinvented its roots. And is that his continuous incursions in the Amazon area are transferred to his kitchen in the form of ingredients that leave us dishes like his fettuccine of palmetto with mushrooms. The defense of nature – working only with local producers – along with new cooking techniques and an innate creativity leaves us suggestive proposals.
10. Gaggan, Bangkok, Thailand
The fashionable street kitchen that we can find wandering around India is deconstructed and reinterpreted by the Indian chef trained in El Bulli, Gaggan Anand, in a beautiful colonial-style restaurant located in an alley of the Thai capital, another culinary paradise for lovers of street food. His learning with the genius Ferran Adrià explains his mastery of techniques such as the use of liquid nitrogen or the dehydration of ingredients that, applied to the rich variety of textures and aromas characteristic of Indian cuisine, leave us delights as the chicken kebabs with cilantro foam.
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