All passions, rationalized and controlled, become an art.  And so it is with gastronomy, the art of choosing, cooking and eating good food. The art of gastronomy hurdles the language barrier, makes friends among civilized people and warms the heart. Here you will find the most exclusive restaurants around the world that have excelled in excellence of art.


Restaurant de L’Hotel de Ville at Crissier, Switzerland

This 3 Michelin star restaurant serves a decadent 11 course option, you can pair each course tihe a bottle of wine from the restaurant’s 40 page wine list.



Masa, New York City

 The tasting menu at Masa costs $595 per person the fresh fish and Kobe beef are flown right in from Japan.



Ithaa, Maldives

Ithaa in the Maldives Is situated 16 feet below sea level.  It is the world’s first all glass undersea restaurant providing a panoramic view like no other offering contemporary European cuisine. 



The French Laundry, Napa Valley, California

Run by American chef and restauranteur Thomas Keller, diners can choose between a 12 course tasting menu or 9 course vegetarian option.


Per Se, New York City

Per Se is also owned by Thomas Keller offering the same philosophy of tasting menus where guests are always surprised by textures and colors and flavors.



Kitcho Arashiyama Honten, Kyoto, Japan

Chef Kunio Tokuoka is at the helm of this 3 Michelin star restaurant.  The restaurant is styled after a tea ceremony house serving beautiful dishes combining new flavors and tastes.



Guy Savoy, Paris, France

The Guy Savoy offers a 12 course “Colours, Textures and Flavours” set menu.  Guests can dine on aged duck and sea urchin.



Anne-Sophie Pic, Valence, France

Anne-Sophie Pic has been awarded 3 Michelin stars and was crowned the Word’s Best Female Chef at the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards.  Her 9-course menu features langoustine marinated in honey.



The Fat Duck, Berkshire, England

The current theme of this three-starred Michelin restaurant is centered around chef Heston Blumenthal’s childhood holiday memories.  The menu is the itinerary of the day, a nostaligic trip full of adventure, curiosity and discovery.



Restaurant Le Meurice, Alain Ducasse, Paris, France 

Each dish is pure perfection and "expresses the truth of the ingredient or product around which it is built." Here you will find classically haute cuisine dedicated to subtlety and technical skill. 

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