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Food tourism has become a popular aspect lately; food bloggers and social media influencers have played a great role in motivating travelers to try delicious meals and exotic dishes. While heading to new destinations, always give the food a chance to be part of your experience, and you’ll definitely want to visit the restaurant again after it.

Since the beginning of time, traveling has been a valued experience for mankind. Traveling was the first educator for humanity; it is the best way to get to meet people from different races, languages, and traditions. Through traveling, civilizations were discovered and transferred among different nations.

Traveling is, by all means, a captivating and life-changing experience. The sight-seeing and newfound knowledge broaden your mind and help you rediscover yourself. It enriches your awareness and understanding of things, enlarges your social circle, and helps you build relationships. Tourists, all around the world, plan to visit important landmarks, museums, historic attractions, as well as other entertainment spots. One of the greatest pleasures of traveling is trying new foods and visiting famous restaurants and diners. 

Here’s a list of the world’s best restaurants and diners that you might plan to visit on your next tour.

Noma, Copenhagen, Denmark
If you’re planning a visit to Denmark, Noma restaurant is one of the most highly ranked restaurants recently. Reservations and bookings should be arranged at least three months ahead. The cost of a meal for two is around $600 without wine. The restaurant is located in an old whaling warehouse and the recipes’ ingredients depend on those provided in the region. It was established in 2003 and is known for creating Nordic cuisine.

Eleven Madison Park, New York, USA
Eleven Madison Park restaurant was voted best world’s restaurant in 2017, Chef Humm won the Chef’s Choice award in 2015, and the restaurant also won the inaugural Art of Hospitality award in 2016. A meal for two at this restaurant might cost you $450 without the wine. The restaurant’s excellent service, refined dishes, and talented Chef Humm, who is a professional in creating innovative plates made it one of the best restaurants and dining places in the world. 

When planning your trip to New York you might want to check out event tickets in USA and London and look for a food tour. This way you won’t miss out on any good restaurants or tourist attractions.

Celler de can Rocca, Girona, Spain
Celler de can Rocca restaurant is the family business of three brothers who are recognized for their distinguished dishes, welcoming atmosphere, and outstanding service. It was first voted the world’s best restaurant in 2013. Jordi Rocca, one of the brothers, was also awarded Worlds’ Best Pastry Chef in 2014. A meal for two may cost around $400 without the wine. One of their honored innovations is the homemade beverages that include their superb collection of more than 60,000 wines.

Osteria Francescana, Modena, Italy
The Italian heritage of famous dishes of colored pasta, mouth-watering lasagna, the extraordinary addition of parmesan cheese, and fresh bechamel create artistic plates that can simply blow your mind away. The brilliant chef Massimo Battura was able to narrate the Italian history of art and food combined in a dish. Starting from the interior along with the hospitality and magnificent service, Battura took Osteria Fransesca from just a restaurant to an art gallery and sophisticated traditional cuisine. Osteria Fransesca was voted best world’s restaurant in 2016 and 2018. A meal for two costs around $500 without the wine.

Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee, Paris
The Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athenee is featured for its healthy dishes made of fresh fruits, vegetables, and sea-based ingredients. It is located in the Hotel Plaza Athenee, one of Paris’ most magical and captivating sites. The extravagant and luxurious restaurant decorated with huge Swarovski chandeliers is considered one of the world’s most elegant restaurants.

The Clove Club, London, UK
The Clove Club restaurant that is located in the historic Shoreditch Town Hall is recognized for freshly regenerated dishes from all over the UK. The course menu is created from five main dishes that are very delectable reflecting modern taste. The Clove Club restaurant is the business of the trio friends, the Scottish chef Isaak Mchale, Daniel Willis, and Johnny Smith.

Den, Tokyo, Japan
Speaking of the best restaurants that tourists should visit at least once, the Asian cuisine restaurants are a must-have on the list. The dishes made by Chef Zaiyu Hasegawa are generated and created from the ocean. Along with Zaiyu’s signature appetizer, the Wafer sandwich, the hospitality, and welcoming of his team made it possible to be recognized in Asia’s 50 best restaurants in 2017


Photo by Mgg Vitchakorn on Unsplash

Food is a fundamental factor in the creation of many civilizations and cultures. Many countries and cities are famous for certain foods and recipes, it sometimes goes back to ancient factors or religious beliefs. Food tourism has become a popular aspect lately; food bloggers and social media influencers have played a great role in motivating travelers to try delicious meals and exotic dishes. While heading to new destinations, always give the food a chance to be part of your experience, and you’ll definitely want to visit the restaurant again after it.


Main photo by Rod Long on Unsplash

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