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Famous Eateries in Europe You Should Not Miss

April 06 2017
Famous Eateries in Europe

A list of must-visit restaurants in Europe

If you are planning a trip to Europe, get ready for some culinary adventures. Europe has some of the best restaurants in the world. London, Paris, and Rome are well known for their world-class restaurants. However, if you are willing to travel away from the city limits, you can experience some of the highest-rated eateries in the world.

El Cellar De Can Roca, Spain

Located in the historic Girona, about forty minutes by train from Barcelona, El Cellar DeCan Roca was rated the best restaurant in the world in 2013. Owned by the three Roca brothers, Joan, Josep, and Jordy, where each one of them plays a significant role, of the chef, sommelier, and the pastry chef respectively. This restaurant is renowned for its flavours of the Iberian Peninsula. Their presentation of dishes is simply beyond comparison.

Mirazur, France

This restaurant is located about twenty miles East of Nice in picturesque Menton in France. This restaurant believes in minimalism and uses the freshest of ingredients, sourced from the chef’s organic garden. The Mediterranean sea-foods served here by the Argentine chef, Mauro Colagreco are truly delectable.

Vendome, Germany

Set up in the year 1711, this palace-hotel is located in Bergisch Gladbagh, Germany. This hotel is reputed to be the best in Germany. Famed for its innovative German cuisine, the hotel also serves French, Italian and even some Asian dishes. The chef, Joachim Wissler also churns out some great fusion dishes.

Vila Joya, Portugal

Vila Joya is a beach resort and spa in the famous resort town of Albufeira in Portugal. Nestling on a cliff that offers a wonderful view of the Algarve coast, Vila Joy boasts of housing one of the best restaurants in the world, with two Michelan stars to its credit. The Austrian chef Dieter Koschina applies North European cooking methods to local ingredients and the outcome is simply magical.

The Fat Duck, UK

Situated in the tiny hamlet of Bray, an hours’ journey from the Paddington station, this restaurant offers you fascinating culinary experiences. The chef Heston Blumenthal believes in making every dish a multi-sensory experience. While you are there, do not miss his “Sound of the Waves” dish and the mock turtle soup.

Schloss Schauentein, Switzerland

Schloss Schauentein is an 18th century castle situated in Furstenau, about 2 hours from Zurich by rail. It houses one of the best Swiss restaurants in the world. The chef, Andreas Caminada is well known around the world for his mastery of Swiss cuisine and boasts of three Michelan stars.

Hof Van Cleve, Belgium

This restaurant is located in Kruishoutem, 50 minutes by road from Belgium. It is an authentic Belgian restaurant with furniture, linen, and glassware crafted by Belgian artists. The chef Peter Goossens transforms local ingredients such as sea aster, eel, endine, and dune asparagus to mouth-watering delicacies with his masterful touch. You can have your pick from a cartload of Belgian chocolates and cheese before you bid adieu to this classy restaurant.

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Also, check out the Europe Travel Guide by ICICI Lombard.

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