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World Tour of Michelin Star Restaurants

You’ve been there, done that, devoured the utterly sublime cuisine at your nearest Michelin Star restaurant. So what’s next for the culinary adventurer with all the time, money and appetite in the world? Well, the answer’s quite simple…

We’ve scoured the good food guides of the world to devise your mouth-watering itinerary for a World Tour of Michelin Star restaurants. Here’s where you’ll be dining on each continent lucky enough to play host to eateries with the Michelin seal of approval:

Europe – Noma, Copenhagen, Denmark

Let’s make an incredibly strong start, at Copenhagen’s high church of new Nordic cuisine, Noma. Voted the Best Restaurant in the World in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2014, this is the ultimate place of pilgrimage for any serious 21st Century foodie. Stop off here to sample a legendary reading of classic Nordic cuisine.

Asia – Bo Innovation, Hong Kong

Alvin Leung’s fabled Hong Kong haunt Bo Innovation has not one, but THREE Michelin Stars to its name, and it’s impossible to deny that there is a certain magic at play in his work. Nicknamed ‘The Demon Chef’ and coining his own cuisine, ‘X-Treme Chinese’, Leung wows his guests with a dizzying

Europe – The Fat Duck, Bray, England

Molecular gastronomy trailblazer Heston Blumenthal has become something of a cult hero to lovers of weird and wonderful dining in his native England, and the remarkable, epic tasting menus served up at his Michelin Star restaurant, The Fat Duck, offer scintillating proof of the eccentric chef’s talent.

The Fat Duck

Asia – Jiro, Tokyo, Japan

The Japanese capital Tokyo represents one of the most densely populated galaxies of Michelin Star eateries in the known universe, and this tiny eatery is renowned of one of the city’s very best. Touted by some critics as the best sushi restaurant in the world, this is the place to sample the freshest fish prepared with the greatest mastery.

North America – Le Bernardin, New York

Let’s round off our tour with a taste of Big Apple style. Le Bernardin is regarded as one of the finest French seafood restaurants in the world, and perhaps the best outside of France itself. With signature dishes including kobe beef and escobar, this is a dream destination for diners seeking to taste the most luxurious ingredients, prepared with classical execution.

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