There are some absolutely incredible dining experiences to enjoy whether you go around the world. Whether you are planning to take advantage of a trip you already have planned or you don’t want to travel to one place, these are some of the most amazing dining experiences you can have while exploring the world. Make sure you make a reservation ahead of time!
Azurmendi, Larrabetzu, Spain
Just outside Bilbao where you will find Azurmendi, in the Basque Country. This restaurant is at the forefront of sustainability because it is made using recycled materials and renewable energy technologies such as climate control systems that use geothermal energy and solar panels. You start the evening on a picnic-style setup in the garden and then sit in the dining room, where you will enjoy dishes made with ingredients made locally by Chef Aneko Atuxar.
Gagan Anand Restaurant, Bangkok
Chef Gagan Anand is known for taking the rule book and throwing it out completely to create a fantastic and unique dining experience at the restaurant bearing his name. The dishes are completely out of this world and arranged like artwork, like some jigsaw puzzles, a passport with emojis and some dishes are served along with music.
Hiakai, Wellington, New Zealand
When chef Monique Fisso realized that there was a complete shortage of Mওori food in New Zealand, he began to make a change and make Mওori food more accessible. He then opened Hiakai which has a menu that focuses on local legends and myths that inspire delicious food that incorporates local flavors of M মাori food.
Chef Grant Achatz led Eleanor where he not only provided a mind-blowing culinary experience but also a seemingly incredible experience. Foods are the work of art and the height of creativity. Some of the amazing dishes include the edible helium balloon, the lamb which has been cooked in 3 different ways with 86 companions and the coating which will help some painters to run for their money.
Austria Francescana, Modena, Italy
When it comes to creativity, one of the main talents in haute cuisine is Massimo Botura. His Osteria Francescana shows his incredible vision, where you say “Oops! I dropped the lemon tart,” and “Part of Lasagna’s Crunch.” The dishes are apparently stunning, and the food dies for itself.