The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

Very Best Restaurants in Europe;-Since 2002, the British magazine Restaurant has compiled a list of the 50 best restaurants in the world. It has grown to be as prestigious as the Michelin Guide, sponsored by San Pellegrino and Acqua Panna and chosen by the Diners Club World’s 50 Best Restaurants Academy. The restaurants on the list below are all deserving of a visit, whether they are near the top, bottom, or fluctuate in place, just like the music charts do.

1.El Celler de Can Roca

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This legend in its own lunchtime has scored a hat-trick: two charismatic, talented chefs – the eponymous Roca brothers – and one of the best restaurants in the world. Earning an awesome three Michelin stars for their contemporary take on of Catalan cuisine (the restaurant is in the Spanish city of Girona), and with a focus on sustainability, El Celler de Can Roca presents visually thrilling tasting menus that unravel over hours, including the likes of canapés contained in a paper globe with flavours from different countries. Be sure to book a long way in advance.The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

2.Osteria Francescana

The three Michelin-starred restaurant in Modena, one of Italy’s great culinary centers, is helmed by chef Massimo Bottura and has a salmon-pink front and sage-green interiors. Diners snack on elegantly prepared à la carte dishes that, oddly enough, sound like the titles of amusing modern artworks, such “An eel flowing up the Po River,” as they study pricey modern wall art by artists like Damien Hirst. The 12-course tasting menu is available if you have an extra €290 to spend.The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

3.Noma

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World-famous Noma’s micro-seasonal contemporary Nordic cuisine, under the direction of guru-like chef René Redzepi, concentrates only on ingredients from the Scandinavian region, a goal that has propelled it to the top of the list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants four times. (It is ranked second this year.) It now resides in a glass-sided building near a lake on the outskirts of Copenhagen, as opposed to the industrial warehouse where it once called home. While enjoying meals like tart of crisp potato and nasturtium flowers with butterfly-shaped sea-buckthorn jam, lucky diners can take in the changing seasons in this more rural environment.The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

4.Mugaritz

Mugaritz, the seventh-ranked restaurant in the world according to the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, is located in Errenteria, northern Spain, about 20 minutes from San Sebastián. It’s a delightful establishment that cleverly parodies the gastronomic customs of the Basque Country. Only local ingredients are used by chef Andoni Luis Aduriz to astonishing effect; how about crab served on a frozen tongue? The setting is a warmly typical Basque country house with exposed beams and warm wooden walls.

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4.Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

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Ashley Palmer-Watts, a protégé of Blumenthal, wanders the Insta-glam Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park hotel in London while performing magic outside the glass doors of his open kitchen. Heston’s love with food throughout history, from Tudor dining to savory ice cream of the late 1800s, is deliciously distorted in the dishes at Dinner. (You can also anticipate a touch of fantasy, ala Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.) Highlights include the now-famous meat fruit, chicken-liver parfait, presented as a mandarin orange, and cod in cider with chard and flamed mussels.The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

5.Mirazur

Mirazur is praised for its sea-blue views of the Cote d’Azur and for meals like caviar cream and salt-crusted beets. Mauro Colagreco, an Argentinian chef, is in charge of Mirazur, a modern French restaurant with soft-cream décor and a wonderful beach location in Menton. For his efforts, he has earned three Michelin stars. According to the Restaurant List 2020, this is the best restaurant in France. It has a connected organic garden that serves as a source of ideas and ingredients for the menu.The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

6.Arpège

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The great chef-patron Alain Passard, who is renowned for his daring style, is in charge of Arpège, a restaurant located just next to the Musée Rodin in Paris. Passard places the simple vegetable in the center of the plate, which is unusual for a three Michelin-starred restaurant where meat may be thought of as the major attraction. Many of them are raised on the biodynamic farm owned by the restaurant outside of Paris before being presented to customers at tables with crisp white tablecloths in the chic dining area.The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

7.Asador Etxebarri

Asador Etxebarri specializes in a traditional Basque grill menu of meat and fish grilled on logs, and chef Victor Arguinzoniz insists on using different woods for different products. The restaurant is located in a rural community 40 minutes outside of Spain’s industrial metropolis of Bilbao. When prepared over “curated” charcoal, local produce—from goat’s cheese butter to dry-aged beef—becomes something beautiful. The beautiful house also makes a big homage to Basque culture with its uncomplicated interiors of exposed stones and open beams that are on display above tastefully arranged tables.The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

8.Steirereck

Mountain trout that has been char-cooked in hot beeswax and seasoned with lime salt. At this mirror-fronted, cutting-edge fine-dining establishment overlooking the River Wien in Austria’s capital, everything is standard (main) fare. In 2005, Heinz Reitbauer took over the family business and transformed it into Austria’s best restaurant, earning two Michelin stars. Reitbauer, who received his culinary training from chefs of the Jol Robuchon/Anton Mosimann type, offers a menu that is strongly influenced by the flavors and ingredients of the Styrian region, which fits in beautifully with Steiereck’s lush position in Vienna’s Stadtpark.The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

9.Arzak

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At Arzak, another exceptional restaurant in Spain’s Basque Country, it’s a family affair. The Arzak family opened a tavern in San Sebastián in 1897. Today, Juan Mari Arzak and his daughter Elena Arzak Espina, who jointly founded a three-Michelin-star restaurant, are in charge of this renowned eatery. The research and development culinary “lab” creates dishes like cured sweetbreads with prawn-flavored corn chips before they are served in a space with (gently) industrial paneled walls and dark wooden floors. The wine list is more than 45 pages long.The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

10.Azurmendi

The structure itself, Azurmendi, a glass-walled, stone-floored wonder on a hillside in the Basque Country, amidst lush vegetation and gnarled trees, is worth seeing on its own. Geothermal energy and rainwater recycling have been put in place to earn eco-credentials. Three Michelin stars have been awarded for the fusion of traditional cooking methods and cutting-edge technology; the texture of some of these meals may even be determined by ultrasonic scans. The tasting menu is divided into stages, starting with the Welcome Picnic appetizer with smoked-fish brioche and ending with the black olives and cocoa-infused dessert.

11.The Ledbury

The Ledbury, which has the desirable and namesake 127 Ledbury Road address in West London, is a two-Michelin-starred institution for the people of Notting Hill and beyond. Brett Graham, an Australian chef, welcomes you to the formal dining area, which is decorated in white and brown. Harden’s Guide called the food on his unforgettable menu, which featured dishes made with Celtic mustard, shiso, cucumber, and cured mackerel, “nothing short of genius.”The Very Best Restaurants in Europe 2022

FAQ

  • What is the highest restaurant in Europe?

3,883 meters: Matterhorn Glacier Paradise in Zermatt, Switzerland. Matterhorn Glacier Paradise, which claims to be Europe’s highest mountain restaurant, boasts panoramic windows to make sure you don’t miss any of the breathtaking views of the Swiss Alps while you eat.

After a week-long hike in the Himalayas, reward yourself with a fine-dining experience if you want a special supper. Triyagyoni, located on Island Peak (Imja Tse) mountain at a height of 5,585 m (18,323 ft), is the highest pop-up restaurant in the world as of 2 June.