Travel the globe – 10 of our favourite restaurants in the world

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The world has a lot to offer – especially in culinary terms. These 10 top the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants.

So here we go.


Copenhage, Denmark

Chef: Rasmus Kofoed


The surprising tasting menu usually consists of up to 20 individual dishes, such as chicken with morels, hops and kale.

The best restaurant in the world (and therefore also the best restaurant in Europe) is surrounded by the largest park in the Østerbro district. And the interior of the locale is equally as green. Guests dine on the 8th floor with a view of nature. And with nature on the plates. The menus change seasonally and the restaurant has been awarded three Michelin stars.

Photo: Rasmus & Jens

Per Henrik Lings Allé 4, 8th Sal, 2100 København, Denmark,

2. Aqua, Wolfsburg Germany

Chef: Sven Elverfeld (3 Michelin stars)

Must try: everything

Sven offers harmonious unusual combinations.

Ruinart sorbet.

A deserved place as one of the best restaurants in the world.


Chef: Jorge Vallejo
Must try: Salbute

Alejandra and Jorge have been working side by side since 2012. Quintonil is their first restaurant.

Since 2015, Jorge Vallejo and his wife Alejandra Flores have been cooking exceptional Mexican cuisine at Quintonil. He serves up the essence of Mexico. However, not in the sense of recipes and traditions – he focuses on local ingredients. The menus change every month. Vegan versions are available as well.

Av. Isaac Newton 55, Polanco, Polanco IV Secc, Miguel Hidalgo, 11560 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico,

4. Heinz Beck, Pergola, Roma in Italy

surprise, just try

5. LIDO 84

Chefs: Riccardo and Giancarlo Camanini
Must try: 9-course menu

A meal even better than at mamma’s house. © Lido 84

Italy is famous for its food and the are popular all over the world. And that’s what the Camanini brothers have dedicated their restaurant to. They’ve reinterpreted authentic dishes and added a twist. Their acclaimed locale is set on the idyllic shores of Lake Garda. The parmigiana and torta di rose will melt in your mouth. They’ve been awarded a Michelin star for their creations.

Corso Giuseppe Zanardelli, 196, 25083 Gardone Riviera BS, Italy,


Chef: Jefferson and Janaina Rueda
Must try: Pork Jowl Sushi
Price: tasting menu from approx. €50

Casa do Porco

Pork rind is an unusual approach to sushi, but it works. © Mauro Holando
Rank 7 of the best restaurants in the world goes to Brazil. As the name suggests, everything here revolves around pork, used as a whole in a nose-to-tail manner. The various parts of the animal end up on the table either as a tasting menu or à la carte. A fast food version is also available, with the food served through the restaurant’s window.

R. Araújo, 124, Centro Histórico, São Paulo, 01220-020,


Chef: Victor Arguinzoniz
Must try: Tasting menu
Price: Tasting menu from €242

Etxebarri / Mariano Herrera

Meat lovers rejoice: Chef Arguinzoniz is a master at the grill. © Asador Etxebarri

Vegetarians and vegans, be strong. At Asador Etxebarri, it’s all about the meat – and the grill. Chef Arguinzoniz transforms high-quality meat into a symphony of grilled, roasted and smoked flavors. Even caviar finds its way onto the grill master’s grate as he excels at playing with literal fire.

San Juan Plaza, 1, 48291 Axpe, Bizkaia, Spain,


Chefs: Enrique Olvera, Jesús Durón
Must try: Mole Madre, Mole Nuevo
Price: tasting menu from €120

Octopus, habanero ink and ayocote come together to create a harmonious symphony of flavors.

The best restaurant in North America and 5th best restaurant in the world, Pujol beckons to Mexico. Gourmets put up with long waits to try the signature dish Mole Madre, Mole Nuevo. Arranged in concentric circles, the sauce is aged for a full 1,500 days. Four years of waiting, which, according to foodies, is definitely worth it – and tastes terrific.

Tennyson 113, Polanco, Mexico City, 11550,


Chef: Dabis Muñoz
Must try: tasting menu “Cerdos Voladores” (“Flying Pigs”)
Price: tasting menu from €365


Chefs: Oriol Castro, Mateu Casañas, Eduard Xatruch
Must try: classic tasting menu

Panchinos stuffed with beluga caviar: the cuisine at Disfrutar – which roughly translates to “enjoy” – is a welcome surprise.

Opened in 2014, the creative chefs can proudly present two Michelin stars and second place among the best restaurants in Europe. Very well deserved, because everything revolves around flavor at the relatively new establishment. The modern, contemporary ambience is enjoyable as well.

C. de Villarroel, 163, 08036 Barcelona, Spain,

Last but not least.

Neolokal, Istanbul (stay tuned)


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