Choosing the best restaurants in Barcelona is not an easy task in a city where world-class cuisine tops other widely known attractions. But we rise to the occasion and provide our curated choice of venues in the third city in Europe, as ranked by Michelin-starred restaurants. Whether you are looking for Michelin star fame, unpretentious tapas bars, or local Catalan cuisine, we’ve got you covered.
Choosing the best restaurants in Madrid is not easy, given the dazzling choice of venues boasting Michelin stars, creative tapas, and traditional recipes, with a restaurant or bar on practically every corner. We are here to help you decide where to eat in Spain’s capital.
Rome has some of the country’s best chefs, with no end to the number of Michelin star restaurants to choose from. Today we’re going to share our complete guide to the best restaurants in Rome, all of which we recommend visiting during your next stay in the city.
As one of Europe’s fashion capitals, you’ll be bound to want to visit one of the best restaurants in Milan after shopping up a storm or a long day of sightseeing. Check our selection of the tastiest spots in town!
We selected the best restaurants in Lisbon so that you do not have to worry about where to eat while visiting this gorgeous city. From the best nostalgic Fado restaurants to the top Michelin starred spots, we have it all here!
Berlin is a city that is always interesting, often experimental, and endlessly inspiring, and out of its distinctive flavour comes a variety of culinary exhilarations. From Michelin-star masterminds to stylish local indulgences, we’ve selected the best restaurants in Berlin for your next night in the town.
Are you looking for the best pastries in town? Then Pasteleria Hofmann HAS to be on your agenda while in Barcelona. Having received multiple awards, you’ll soon see why they are so renowned.
We caught up with the founder of Chutnify, Berlin’s favourite Indian restaurant, to hear how she introduced Indian cuisine to spice-shy Berliners.
Ramen, Japan’s soul food. This simple dish casts its spell over people all over the world and city dwellers often stand in long lines to get their hands on a bowl of this authentic noodle soup. And to take a small excursion into Japanese culture. Like at Takumi, in Düsseldorf’s Little Tokyo, where more genuinely Japanese and soul food is hardly possible.
Munich is a haven for foodies looking for rich culinary experiences. Especially the reinterpretation and evolution of a once highly traditional cuisine is remarkable and definitely worth a visit. Welcome to the culinary Munich, where Vans are the perfect addition to Dirndl and Lederhosen and the joy of creating evolutionary food concepts adds novelty to classic Bavarian recipes.