Heaven on a Plate – The Most Luxurious Restaurants in the World – Eating is one of the most plesurable experiences one can have, let alone when the food is complemented with service excellence and an exquisite interior design. Have a look on our list and discover the globe’s most over-the-top meals!
Each day Chef Najat Kaanache sources vegetables, fresh fish, and meats from the local markets to create a roughly 10-course meal for this restaurant, located right on the Medina of Fez. Everything is presented artfully and delicately inside a beautifully-decorated space designed by former co-owner Stephen di Renza.
Zurich’s Kronenhalle stands as a premier brasserie, drawing a crowd for decadent dishes like a rack of lamb Provencal with gratin dauphinois or the Prussian-style Königsberger meatballs in a caper sauce. Works by Marc Chagall and Joan Miró are a few of the art pieces you’ll see throughout the historic rooms of the restaurant
Even after 30 plus years, the River Café maintains its status as one of the city’s best restaurants. The service is flawless and the food is serious Italian. You can expect seasonal pastas—tagliatelle with asparagus, prosciutto di Parma, spring herbs and cream—and mouthwatering entrées, including veal shin slow-roasted in Verdicchio with sage and tomato.
Chef Niko Romito runs his 3 Michelin stars Ristorante Reale in a dazzling 16th-century former monastery on the mountains of Abruzzo, Italy. If the landscapes are not enough, the food will bring you to another world with offerings like impossibly fresh pasta (or smoked lamb and garlic balanced with a delicate portion of grapefruit compote.
El Celler de Can Roca:
Regularly ranked among the world’s best restaurants, El Celler de Can Roca is managed by the brothers Chef Joan Roca, pastry chef Jordi Roca, and sommelier Josep Roca. It serves Catalan food with a global spin, along with the finest Spanish wine. The main dining room is centered by a glass-encased inner courtyard of birch trees, allowing for a sense of intimacy at any table.
Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée
The space is an example of the French ability to mix modernism with the past—and the food does much the same. French chef Alain Ducasse has a global empire of top-tier restaurants, but there is something especially about his location inside Paris’s Hotel Plaza Athénée.