Friday, August 22, 2014

The World's Most Elite Restaurants

Our Hospitality Renovations Company specializes in more than just hotels: restaurants and eateries are among our biggest clients, requiring cutting-edge Hospitality Renovations that are functional, attractive, and will provide an excellent dining ambiance to patrons.

While our extensive background has lead us to assist dining establishments of all kinds, the following five restaurants are in a league of their own, representing the most unique and luxurious offerings in the world. 

Noma, Copenhagen, Denmark
While Denmark doesn’t usually come to mind when one thinks of fine cuisine, Noma is seeking to redefine that underserved image, leading the culinary movement known as “new Nordic”, which consist of utilizing only regional ingredients. The cost of a meal for two without wine? – An eye-watering $600. Located in an old whaling warehouse, this restaurant does indeed keep to its roots. Enjoy such stables as kohlrabi (a type of cabbage filled with its fermented juice and bored with a straw), aebleskivers (the Danish equivalent to fritters brushed with a sauce made from fermented grasshopper) and end with a dessert of potato, almond, and plum purée. These are flavors you won’t find anywhere else.

Celler de Can Roca, Girona, Spain
The cost of a meal for two ranges from $390 to 480 (not including wine), but it is well wroth sampling this genuine mom-pop take on Spanish cuisine. Owned and operated by three brothers – Chef Joan, Sommelier Josep, and Pastry Chef Jordi – who learned their trade from their parents. Featuring one of the most beautiful dining rooms in Europe, every flavor and ingredient is firmly rooted in authentic Mediterranean cuisine. The famous “Eat The World” start features the tastes of the five different cuisines, while a dessert called Messi’s Goal actually recreates a candied soccer pitch complete with flying white chocolate balls. Guests can enjoy a tour of the restaurants famous wine cellar, which features select wines favored for their exceptional taste.

Dinner, London, England
Like Denmark, England does not evoke strong culinary cravings. But famed English Chef Heston Blumenthal, inspired by English culinary history, sought to change that perception by redefining favored staples. Located at the famous Mandarin Oriental hotel in London and overseen by Chef Ashley Palmer-Watts, traditional dishes like salmagundi and meat fruit are transformed into exceptional contemporary marvels. A meal for two costs an average of about $230, speaking to the quality of one of the U.K.’s best restaurants.

Needless to see, these restaurants should definitely be at the top of any gastronomic adventure. Whatever cuisine your establishment specializes in, Jaguar Hospitality has you covered. To learn more, call 214-295-3574.

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