Michelin Star Restaurants
Number 1 on our list of top michelin star restaurants in La Bernardin in New York, USA.
La Bernadin by Eric Ripert is one of the most popular michelin star restaurants in New York City.
This french inspired restaurant offers refined seafood, luxurious decor and an expert service staff.
Chef Ripert started the midtown manhattan restaurant in 1986 and received a third michelin start not long after.
Their signature dishes include kindai maguro (or bluefin tuna) and wagyu beef.
With multiple awards and one of the best Zagat rated restaurants in New York, you can’t miss out on Le Bernardin.
The number 2 restaurant is Bon Bon located in brussels, Belgium.
Bon Bon is a stylish, modern restaurant created by Christophe Hardiquest and his wife Stéphanie.
They created Bon Bon in 2001 and have since won a ton of awards for its sustainability.
This 2 star michelin star winner has a contemporary, belgium-inspred dining experience that will leave inspired.
Bon Bon features Belgium/French cuisine combined with modern and well balanced touches.
Their elegant dishes will satisfy even the most serious foodies.
Coming in at number 3 is Osteria Francescana which is located in Italy.
Based on Modena Italy, Osteria Franscesanna was created by Chef Massimo Bottura in 1995.
It has since become a go to spot for Italian food lovers from all around the world.
Featuring nostalgic italian cuisine with innovated tradionatinal flare that is light and well balanced.
Try the Crunchy Part of the Langa, which is one of their signature dishes featuring crunchy, tri color pasta on rag and bechamel.
With 3 Michelin stars and being located in the heart of Italy, you can be sure that Osteria Francescana is one of the best Michelin star restaurants in the world.
Next time you are in Italy, you must stop by.
Number 4 on our list is Atelier Crenn located in San Francisco , California.
Dominque Crenn created this deeply personal project in 2011 to express her heritage and an ode to ‘poetic culinaria.
Chef Crenn has won multiple awards like Best Female Chef, 3 Michelin Stars, and World’s Best 50 Restaurants.
Her seasonal and sustainable cuisine will inspire your pallet and highlight the local fare.
Try the icon 14 course pescartarion tasting menu that highlights farmed seafood and produce from Sonoma farms and be taken on a local journey.
If you enjoy French Inspired sustainable cuisines, you must pay a visit to Atelier Crenn.
The Fat Duck Restaurant in the United Kingdom is the 5th michelin star restaurant on our list.
The name may be funny the this restaurant is no joke. Being awarded 3 michelin stars, you can believe that Chef Heston Blumenthal knows what he is doing.
This fine dining experience in Bray, Berkshire, England opened in 1995 and serves modern French cuisines and multi sensory cooking.
They features a memorable 14 course tasing menu featuring dishes like nitros scrambled egg and bacon ice cream, or Sound of the Sea, which includes an actual audio element.
The Fat Duck Restaurant will give you a culinary experience that you won’t forget as you dine in the 16th cerinary cottage.
Number 6 is The restaurant at Meadowood in Napa Valley, California.
Operated by Chef Christopher Kostow for more than a decade, the three Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood is a modern American restaurant meant to speak to and positively impact the Napa Valley.
Enjoy your meal in the restaurant, poolside dining or even in room dining.
While The Restaurant at Meadowood is a Five-Star fine dining restaurant, it enjoys an elegantly casual dress code that fits Napa Valley’s country setting. Jeans are welcome; but well-kept denim in a dark shade is preferred.
With such comfort in mind, diners are freed to focus entirely on the magnificence of chef Christopher Kostow’s clean, locally driven California cuisine. Choose a four-course or a chef’s tasting menu, with wine pairings carefully selected by the restaurant’s master sommelier, Gilles de Chambure.
Coming in at number 7 is Cheval Blanc located in beautiful Switzerland.
Peter Knogl uses the finest ingredients and focuses on the taste of the product itself. His aim is to put the real taste of the product straightforward in the center of his creations.
Peter Knogl and his team in the Cheval Blanc have taken their place among the 100 best restaurants in the world: 3 stars in the Guide Michelin, 19 GaultMillau points, “Chef of the Year” 2011 and 2015, Prix Villégiature Awards 2015 “best Hotel restaurant in Europe”.
Our number 8 restaurant is Le Cinq located in France.
A Paris destination in its own right, Le Cinq by Christian Le Squer is synonymous with the apex of French modern and elegant cuisine, paired with the rarest wines selected by award-wining Head Sommelier Eric Beaumard.
Its three Michelin stars are a reflection of the gastronomic experience of a lifetime – in one of the city’s most majestic dining rooms.
This gourmet french-inspiured dining experience is world renowned for its contemporary french cuisine.
Next time you are in France, make sure you stop be Le Cinq.
Coming in at number 9 is Stockhome which is located in sunny Petaluma, California.
From the husband-wife duo, Chef Roberth and Andrea Sundell –owners of San Francisco’s PLÄJ Restaurant and longtime Petaluma residents – comes Stockhome, a family-friendly eatery located in downtown Petaluma, CA.
The Sundell’s counter-service restaurant aims to celebrate the popular cuisine found on the streets of present-day Stockholm and highlight their favorite things to eat while visiting.
Serving dishes inspired by current Swedish favorites, which have heavy influences from the Middle East, as well as several classic Swedish offerings,
Last but not least is Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Noma is a two-Michelin-star restaurant run by chef René Redzepi in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Opened in 2003, the restaurant is known for its reinvention and interpretation of the Nordic Cuisine
In 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014, it was ranked as the Best Restaurant in the World by Restaurant magazine—as of 2019 it is ranked 2nd
The cuisine of Noma is Nordic/Scandinavian; the restaurant’s founders René Redzepi and Claus Meyer have attempted to redefine this Nordic cuisine.
Famous dishes include ‘The Hen and the Egg’, a meal cooked by the diners themselves which consists of potato chips, a wild duck egg, slightly wet hay, salt, herbs, wild forest plants, hay oil, thyme, butter, and wild garlic sauce.
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