- Noma, (Copenhagen, Denmark). Cost of a dinner for two, without wine: $600.
In the wake of losing the highest level in 2013 (it had held the No. spot for the three earlier years), Noma is terminating on all chambers nowadays. Situated in an old whaling stockroom, the eatery is the origination of “new Nordic” food, which depends entirely on fixings accessible in the district. However, today, the eatery is pushing a long way past its beginning of rummaged ocean buckthorn and reindeer lichen.
Supper these days may begin with entire kohlrabi, loaded up with its aged squeeze and exhausted with a straw, so it looks and tastes like a coconut drink. The feast may then continue through– a conventional Danish sort of waste—brushed with a sauce produced using aged grasshopper, and end with a sweet of potato, almond, and plum purée. It sounds wacky, yet some way or another Redzepi and his team figure out how to make it all heavenly. Just as profoundly pleasurable: Noma keeps on contributing what likely could be the most connected with—and drawing in—administration on the planet.
- Celler de Can Roca, Girona, Spain. Cost of a dinner for two, without wine: $390-480.
Celler de Can Roca is controlled by three siblings — head cook Joan, sommelier Josep, and cake gourmet specialist Jordi — who stopped by their exchange genuinely: they took in it from their folks. Be that as it may, it’s difficult to envision anything further from your normal mother and pop cooking. In what may possibly be the most excellent lounge area in Europe, a Roca feast astonishes with its wizardry (a starter considered Eat The World that typifies, in five particular chomps, the flavors of the five unique foods;
a treat called Messi’s Goal, that reproduces, with a candy-coated pitch, flying white chocolate balls, and a plateside iPod playing the thunders of the group, what it seems like when Barcelona’s soccer saint Lionel Messi scores), while remaining immovably established in the kinds of the Mediterranean. Josep welcomes fortunate visitors on a visit through his basement, where most loved wines have been singled out for multi-tangible medicines.
- Osteria Francescana, Modena, Italy. Cost of a dinner for two, without wine: $360-525.
Behind a dignified outside, the world’s most emotive culinary expert, Massimo Bottura, cooks trips of imagination and memory. The primary sign that this isn’t your standard upscale Italian café comes from the theoretical contemporary compositions on the divider, however the craftsmanship proceeds on the plate.
Some days they have Japanese cuisine on the menu, and they make all the food with the highest quality Japanese scissors.
The mortadella sandwich of each Italian kid’s memory is transformed into an outlandishly light mousse, a Magnum frozen yogurt bar turns into a refined, foie-gras stuffed nibble. What’s more, similar to his marvelous lacquered eel, which Bottura presents with saba and polenta to address the apples and corn the eel would experience on its way up the close by Po waterway, his dishes are made more reminiscent by the narratives that go with them.