Tucked away in a stunning location at the foot of the mountains and overlooking the Mediterranean, the two Michelin star restaurant is the crowning jewel of the French Riviera.
Chateau La Coste – Provence, France
Located just 15 km outside of Aix-en-Provence, sprawled over 500 acres in the outskirts of the village of Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade,the biodynamic vineyard Chateau La Coste is a delightful blend of wine, contemporary art and stunning architecture.
La Chassagnette – Arles, France
Welcome to this isolated hidden gem, off the beaten path, in the middle of the French countryside – the only organic Michelin-starred restaurant in Europe – La Chassagnette.
Le Petit Nice – Marseille, France
From a foodie perspective no trip to Marseille would be complete without sampling bouillabaisse (fancy fish stew), and there is no better place than Le Petit Nice Passedat.
Ministry of Crab – Colombo, Sri Lanka
Ranked among Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants for 2018, the world renown Ministy of Crab definitely does not disappoint.
Momofuku-Ko, NYC, USA
Located down an unassuming street in the East Village, Momofuku Ko is a staple in NYC. Fine dining with a casual twist! The restaurant opened its doors in 2008, got its two Michelin stars in 2009 — maintaining them since, and is currently rated #58 on the World’s 100 Best Restaurants list in 2017. Inspired by Japanese kaiseki tradition, Momofuku…
NOMA – Tulum, Mexico
For those not familiar with NOMA, here goes a brief description: NOMA is a two-Michelin-star restaurant by chef René Redzepi based in Copenhagen, Denmark. It has topped the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list four times, and is one of the birth places of the “new Nordic” cuisine — namely — pickling, smoking and fermenting of indigenous ingredients. This was definitely a memorable experience from…