Take a look at the below list of Top 10 Most Luxurious Restaurants In The World in 2016-2017. In the age of franchised restaurants and fast food takeaways, finding a luxury restaurant that offers a sublime eating experience can be hard to find. However, luxury restaurants from around the world continue to exist, with many winning numerous awards, Michelin stars, and worldwide recognition.From contemporary to traditional Al Carte menus, there is nothing like stepping foot into a luxury restaurant, and a makes for a prefect evening out. Below are ten such restaurants which stand out from other high end eating establishments, and continue to be innovative and quirky in the food they offer and the cutting edge dining experience that they provide.
List of Top 10 Most Luxurious Restaurants In The World in 2016-2017.
10- The Clove Club, London, England
$65- 95 per person
Located in the trendy area of London, Shoreditch, The Cove Club is a well respected luxury restaurant, that serves what they like to call an ‘ambitious five course menu’. Food served at The Cove Club, ranges from traditional British cuisine to Italian style dishes, like their well renowned Roast Cornish Pollock with carrots and seaweed butter, which can be bought at the luxury price of £65. If you think you can eat more, you can also opt in for their extended menu, which serves a wide range of fancy desserts and appetizers. Although the food served at The Cove Club serves primarily seafood dishes, there are also vegetarian dishes available including Parsley Root Croustillant, Chestnuts & Cavolo Nero, or the Amalfi Lemonade & Sarawak Pepper Ice Cream. This is certainly worth a visit if you want to eat from an innovative menu and experience first class service, from what past customers have described as ‘perfect in every way’.
9- Den, Tokyo, Japan
$148.68 per person
Owner Zaiyu Hasegawa explains that the concept of his award-winning restaurant, Den, was brought about by wanting to create homemade dishes that would bring smiles to others. This home cooked theme is certainly a pinnacle part of the restaurant, with options to eat out of sight from other customers in their private rooms, for an additional 4,000 yen. Food served at Den varies, but you can expect to be served Japanese food favorites, such as monaga, or even Kabu turnip, shiro miso, soy milk cream and yuzu! However, due to the restaurant being highly sought out from tourists and locals alike, reservations need to be made at least two months in advance in order to get yourself a seat.
8 – Estela, New York, USA
$31- 60 per person
Founded by Thomas Carter and Ignacio Mattos in 2013, Estella is located at the old Knitting Factory Music Venue, and prides itself in offering medittaranen style cuisine, with an added New York twist. Whether you want a quick brunch or a low key dinner, Estella offers a wide array of eating options, including beef tartare with sun choke and Mussels escabeche on toast. Estella is also unique in that it offers gift cards, which makes for a perfect gift for any food lover. The luxury experience doesn’t stop there, with there being an extensive wine list that has beverages sourced from all over the globe. However, reservations need to be made quick, with the restaurant having a 30 day advanced booking policy.
7- Piazza Duomo, Alba, Italy
$200-240 per person
With three Michelin stars, and over thirty seven awards to date Piazza Duomo is one of the finest restaurants that Italy has to offer. Set in the contemporary city of Alba, Piazza Duomo boasts a personalized eating experience for each of their customers, citing that they aim for their restaurant to be more than just a restraint with eleven tables, but instead eleven different restaurants. Food can be picked from either their A La Carte menu or Degustation menu, with the choice of a wide array of traditional Italian cuisine, including rabbit kidneys served in Bearnaise sauce and pink risotto. If you have a sweet tooth, you may also enjoy their lavish dessert menu, which includes chocolate bonnet and sorrel sorbet. But Piazza Duomo isn’t just a restaurant, it also has its very own in house accommodation, which is perfect for anyone wanting to enjoy a short break, as well as their own wine cellar, curated by owner Enrico himself.
6- Attica, Melbourne, Australia
$75-$250 per person
Attica, located in the city of Melbourne, is highly regarded as one of the best restaurants in the country. With noir decor, the restraint sets the tone for a relaxing low key evening, offering an extended menu for most evenings, as well as a wide range of alternative eating options if you’re vegetarian. While at Attica, you can expect to be served unique cuisine such as their famous salted red kangaroo, and their Vegemite pies. There is also an extensive amount of wines to choose from to accompany your meal, all sourced from the finest wine companies in the world. Private rooms are also available, which can seat up to twelve people and can be booked from between $4,000- $2,800.
5 – White Rabbit, Moscow, Russia
$60 per person
Led by head chef Vladimir Mukhin, White Rabbit is a highly prestigious ,restaurant having been named the one of the best restaurants back in 2015. The restaurants serves a wide array of European dishes, with the option of cold and hot appetizers. From deer fillets served with a side of pickled cow berries and dandelion sauce, to fresh onion soup, White Rabbit critics have praised the eatery for its innovative dishes that offers customers the opportunity to experience traditional Russian food with an international twist. White Rabbit also has a serene bar on site, offering a wide array of cocktails and wine for all tastes and preferences. This restaurant is also unique in that offers a luxury experience for a more affordable price, with some starters costing a small price $16.
4- Septime, Paris, France
$65 per person
Known for its no thrill experience, and hailed as a ‘modern neo bistro’, Septime is a go to place for anyone looking to eat in a contemporary setting. The restaurant serves traditional French food from their four course A la Carte menu, which includes the Poulette du Patis, courge, maïs and the Poire-coing, verveine, crumble. The restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner, and offers a variety of drinks including a simplistic cup of coffee to luxurious glass of champagne. Septime is highly regarded among customers who have praised the eatery for its ‘sensational ultra gourmet meals’ and for offering a ‘true’ culinary experience.
3 – Geranium, Copenhagen, Denmark
$141-171 per person
Located admist the beautiful scenery and nature that Cophahgen has to offer, Geranium is a luxury restaurant that aims to offer a dynamic eating experience. Like many of the luxury restaurants, their menu is seasonal, but offers a wine menu which comprises over 180 different beverages from around the globe. Gernanium can also be used for a wide array of events including anniversaries and special occasions. All reservations are first come first serve and need to be booked in advance online.
2- El Celler De Can Roca, Girona, Spain
$77 per person
Founded by the Roca brothers in Can Roca, El Celler De Can Roca is an avant grande restaurant that boasts a relaxing eating experience and freestyle cooking from their chefs. The restaurant offers a 14 course menu, and has been described by many past customers to be one of their favorite dining experiences. Other customers have also praised El Cellar De Can Roca for its first class customer service, with one of the Roca brothers even going over to their table to welcome them!
1 – Eleven Madison Park, New York, USA
$295 per person
Located in the heart of New York City, Eleven Madison Park is a contemporary restaurant that is extremely popular among locals and visitors to the city. The restaurant menu is always evolving, with each menu being seasonal, and all ingredients used in dishes being sourced locally. From Chardonnay to rose, the wine menu is huge, and accommodates to all tastes alike. And what’s more, if you enjoyed your meal that much, you can even purchase one of their in house cookbooks, which gives you the run down on how to make your favorite Eleven Madison Park Dishes in the comfort of your own home!
So what are you waiting for? Now you’ve seen the amazing luxury restaurants from around the world, you can definately go check them out, safe in the knowing that all your eating needs will be met!