Embark on a Culinary Odyssey: Savor the Flavors of Excellence
Are you ready to embark on a delectable journey where good food meets extraordinary taste? In the enchanting world of gastronomy, every dish is a work of art, and every bite is an invitation to delight your senses. We’re taking you on a tantalizing exploration of exquisite culinary experiences that will leave your taste buds tingling. Discover the essence of dining perfection in our guide to the finest restaurants around the globe, where innovation, passion, and flavor come together to create unforgettable moments. From Paris to Miami, get ready to immerse yourself in the world of exceptional cuisine and elevate your dining adventures to new heights.
Glitz in Miami
Retro glam velvet chairs and banquettes in plush velvet lend the splendor of a bygone era to the restaurant’s glitzy Miami outpost. Servers in Burgundy Zac Posen tuxedos whirl around as the Murano glass chandeliers brighten platters of spicy rigatoni alla vodka, veal parmigiana and two-anchovy Caesar salad prepared table-side: A modern incarnation of the old-school New York City Italian restaurants, described as “red sauce with a Michelin star,” Carbone has become the ultimate Miami celebrity magnet.
49 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Finest Seafood in London
The historical London restaurant has been offering the finest fish, shellfish and seasonal game in the heart of London’s Covent Garden since the 1890s. Its five interconnecting rooms are hung with original photographs of actors from the 20th century that reflect its central position in the theater world. Both casts and audiences flock here for immaculately sourced and perfectly prepared fish, shellfish and the famous Sheekey’s Fish Pie – to continue the evening’s entertainment.
28-32 St. Martin’s Court, London
Delicious Gem in New York City
Diners arriving at the restaurant are welcomed into the cozy bar—a jewel box of a space featuring a Dean Barger mural before sitting down in a lush, soaring candlelit room to dine. The setting is a nod to fine European gastronomy and serves as a subtle framework for Chicago-native, Paris-trained chef Daniel Rose’s classic Francophile Cuisine. Sole Véronique, a deconstructed lobster salad with sauce Lauris, and pluots pochés with thyme sorbet shrink the intercontinental divide separating Paris and New York.
138 Lafayette Street, New York
Romance and Elegance in Paris
Located on the banks of the Seine, one of the oldest and most romantic restaurants in Paris, Lapérouse is a mythical spot that incarnates the city’s history and French haute gastronomy. After a renovation by famed French designer Laura Gonzalez, the restaurant is enjoying a well-deserved renaissance. The romantic murals have been restored and its salons swathed in silk. The elegant table settings by Dior’s Cordelia de Castellane, complement the neoclassic French menu by celebrated chef Jean-Pierre Vigato.
51 Quai des Grands Augustins, Paris