The Best Restaurants of the World
Have you seen the latest version of the TripAdvisor ranking for the best restaurants in the world? Just like every other year, the ranking is based on ratings given by those who were there and actually experienced the services provided by the venues. The comments are worth reading, because feedback is a great way to learn and there’s definitely plenty to learn from the top ten restaurants of the world. So let’s check out the best:
10. David’s Kitchen in Chank Mai, Thailand – a family business blessed by Chef O. The restaurant was born out of the love story between David, a man from London who has been in living in Thailand for nearly two decades now, and his wife, Khun Prom, a trained chef and a pastry artisan.
9. The Grove in Auckland, New Zeeland – a restaurant with a different approach, with love and respect for food and nature, specialized in fine dining and matching wines and placed in a warm and intimate space in the center of Auckland.
8. Ristorante Villa Crespi in Orta San Giulio, Italia – pure Italian cuisine, aknowledged as well through two Michelin stars, and uniquely reinterpreted by Chef Antonino Cannavacciuolo.
7. TRB Hutong in Beijing, China – fine dining for today melded by a mix of old and new by the hands of a highly skilled team of professionals.
6. La Colombe in Constantia, South Africa – a wineyard paradise with fusion cuisine that blends Asian notes and French fine dining, all contoured in Chef Scot Kirton’s philosophy and under the watchful eye of a chef that’s both very young and amazingly talented – James Gaag.
5. Restaurante Benazuza in Cancun, Mexico – culinary art shaped by „techno-emotional” cuisine and Mexican accents.
4. Restaurant Sat Bains in Nottingham, United Kingdom – more than a restaurant, a genuine experience, where even the space is designed in such a way that facilitates maximum enjoyment for the clients, but also facilitates the creative flow of the chefs.
3. El Celler de Can Roca in Girona, Spain – if there truly are people in this world who have cooking in their blood, then the three Roca brothers have to be among these chosen ones, especially since they pretty much grew up literally among pots and pans, in the establishment ran by their parents.
2. Martin Berasategui in Lasarte, Spain – beyond words:
1. Au Crocodile in Strasbourg, France – even if your French is rusty at best, these images should speak on their own: