Dinner in a restaurant is not just a matter of food and satiety. This can be a real adventure. Some restaurants offer exquisite dishes, incredible views from the window and an amazing atmosphere – and people are ready to fly to the ends of the world, just to dine in them.
From a snowy village in Finland to a submarine restaurant in the Maldives – Bigpicchcha invites you on a virtual tour of the 40 best restaurants in the world that you should definitely visit. We pack suitcases and … enjoy your meal!
1. Al-Mahara is located in the luxurious Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai and boasts the best seafood in the city. The golden arch of the restaurant leads to the dining room, built around an amazing aquarium, so that guests can admire sharks, stingrays and other underwater inhabitants swimming past.
2. The Moscow restaurant “White Rabbit” offers not only amazing cuisine, but also amazing views from the 16th floor. This year, the restaurant ranked 23rd in the list of the best in the world. Continue reading
A new version of the LA LISTE “Classification of Classifications” list of world gastronomy for the upcoming 2018 has been published. The ranking mechanism includes a complex analysis and evaluation of each restaurant, which is included in the 200 existing ratings of the whole world, starting from little-known Internet portals and ending with such giants as Gault & Millau and Michelin. The rating estimates not only the work of the cook, but the entire establishment as a whole, the maximum rating a restaurant can receive is 100 points. The winners of the rating are in the review TUT.BY.
Attention! Viewing hungry and impressionable people is prohibited! Possible abundant salivation!
Guy Savoy, Paris, France
1st place, rating: 99.75 Continue reading
A modern person, an Instagram child, pays attention not only to the tasty menu, but also to the stylish atmosphere. We tell you where are the most beautiful oyster and confectionery, where to go on a date with the Colosseum and how to have breakfast with Tiffany.
Leo’s Oyster Bar, San Francisco
Oyster Leo’s Oyster Bar lurks in the Financial District of San Francisco. In the reserve retroglamura come for pretentious lunches, party dinners and insta-photos. The atmosphere of the Great Getsby reigns in the vintage bar: Moroccan tiles are on the ceiling, the bar counter is made of chased brass, and leather sofas contrast with Hawaiian bamboo chairs. The menu from chef Jennifer Puccio is as dizzy as Leo’s Oyster Bar’s décor: oysters of all kinds, collectible sparkling wines and amaretto rum cocktails. Continue reading