Hungry for something new? Eat and drink your way around the globe with this selection of international restaurants.
Running for over 37 years, this restaurant is already a classic in Barcelona. Roig Robí has inherited the flavours of traditional Catalan cuisine but revised and updated them to adjust to current tastes. The restaurant serves seasonal products, which include fresh fish and seafood, veal from the Pyrenees, lamb from the Esgueva valley and Iberian pork from Huelva. Truffles, mushrooms and asparagus are bought directly from the collector or producer. The restaurant’s indoor garden terrace is undoubtedly an oasis in the centre of Barcelona, just minutes from the city’s La Pedrera building.
Michelin-starred Einsunternull is one of Berlin’s top restaurants. The cosmopolitan venue in Germany’s capital city has a variety of multicultural influences, both in its kitchen philosophy and overall concept. Together, chef de cuisine Silvio Pfeufer and sommelier Ivo Ebert have set out to answer the eternally unresolved question “What is Berlin?” on a culinary level. The gourmet seven-course menu can be enjoyed alongside an outstanding wine selection or with a homemade, refined non-alcoholic beverage accompaniment.
Contemporary Chinese restaurant Tattu occupies a charming space within the historic building, The Grand. The 150-cover, split-level venue explores the Chinese philosophy of Yin Yang. The ground floor bar and semi-private dining area, inspired by Yang, overlook the lower ground floor Yin dining space and cherry blossom canopy. The Chinese-inspired cuisine combines traditional ingredients with new ideas and techniques. The result is a distinctive menu featuring delicate dim sum and delicious sharing plates.
Restaurant La Quincaillerie
It is located in a former ironmonger’s shop in the Rue du Page in Brussels, designed by a student of Victor Horta. The Horta museum is just around the corner.
There’s also the Place du Châtelain, a variety of nice restaurants, boutiques and speciality shops in the neighbourhood. In 1988, La Quincaillerie opened its doors. Many characteristic elements of the former shop were preserved. It gives that special character to the brasserie. The restaurant is located a stone’s throw from Avenue Louise and is the ideal base for those wishing to enjoy authentic Belgian cuisine.
Cannonball Restaurant & Bar
The best Scottish food is served against an iconic backdrop, with stunning views of the Edinburgh skyline and neighbouring Edinburgh Castle. The restaurant’s menu showcases Scotland’s artisan suppliers, featuring oysters, seasonal Scottish game and Scotch beef from Inverurie. Haggis cannonballs and fish and chips are not to be missed. The Cannonball Bar serves over 120 Scotch whiskies and is a firm favourite for locals and visitors from further afield. Traditional afternoon tea is also served daily.
Bootshaus Grill & Bar
Bootshaus is an insider’s tip for outstanding restaurant quality and passion. Just a stone’s throw from the Elbphilharmonie concert hall in Hamburg’s HafenCity. With a stunning view of the Elbe River, you can either have the best à la carte breakfast in town until noon or enjoy the best steaks and drinks for dinner. Bootshaus Bar & Grill is happy to welcome you.
JNcQUOI Avenida in the heart of Lisbon is the first-ever “Food meets Fashion” concept. JNcQUOI provides the most discerning consumer with a wide array of food, wine and luxury fashion brands as well as unique moments of pure art-de-vivre across three floors.
This true gastronomic tribute to the best Portuguese and international cuisines, prepared by chef Antonio Boia, is where local and tourists meet to enjoy the best of Lisbon.
17 on Sloane
Nestled in the heart of Knightsbridge, moments away from Harrods, 17 on Sloane is the brainchild of three entrepreneurs who have combined the social aspect of shisha with food, cocktails and first-class hospitality. Situated on a cosy terrace, the design touches are second to none, with a palette of grey and pink hues reflected in the velvety furniture and flower-laden walls. The shisha menu has been carefully curated to use only the finest ingredients, all prepared by a highly trained team. Open Monday to Sunday from 5pm until late. The lounge itself is intimate, so reservations are advised.
Immerse yourself in a sensational and culturally enriching dining experience at Barshu, indulging in the most lavish and authentic selection of Sichuan cuisine in London. Surrounded by elegant dark wood and unique Chinese décors, expect glorious flavours derived from fiery red chilli, lip-tingling Sichuan peppercorn and other exotic ingredients. Show-stoppers include the Fried Prawns and Beancurd in Fish Fragrant Sauce, the Immortal Soft Shell Crab, and the Red-Braised Pork, all served with pristine presentation and impeccable service.
BaoziInn London Bridge
A treat for all your senses. BaoziInn’s new menu marries breathtaking flavours from Sichuan and Hong Kong with contemporary fusion twists. Exceptional dishes are prepared using premium ingredients with utmost precision; ranging from fiery hot pots to enticing small plates, colourful dim sum and lip-tingling noodles. The elegant and eclectic venue is also available for private hire, along with a sleek first-floor cocktail bar. Expect nothing less than spectacular at BaoziInn London Bridge.
Burger & Lobster
focuses its energy on making two products the absolute best they can be without any other distractions. The restaurant is obsessed with refining techniques, specialising in the simplicity of the mono-product offering in fascinating locations around the world. It crafts prime burgers and only serves wild, fresh Atlantic lobsters. Working tirelessly with the families that catch its lobsters and farm its cattle, Burger & Lobster makes sure it gets the best quality and cared-for ingredients.
Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill
Bentley’s Oyster Bar & Grill first opened its doors for business in 1916, in the same beautiful Victorian building it occupies today. From the outset, this famous oyster bar and grill has captured the vibrant mood of a metropolis about to embrace the roaring ‘20s. Bentley’s is a haven for shellfish, grilled fish and steaks from around the British and Irish Isles and proudly shucks up to 1,000 fresh oysters daily. The all-weather al fresco dining terrace is a stylish area in which to dine, year-round.
Corrigan’s Mayfair is home to acclaimed celebrity Irish chef, Richard Corrigan. The three AA rosette restaurant redefines the concept of quintessential British and Irish cuisine, fusing seasonal produce with Richard’s unmistakable flair. The menus are inspired by his humble, rural upbringing – combining 21st-century luxury and style with down-to-earth, home-inspired cooking. In addition to the stylish cocktail bar and restaurant, there are also four exclusive private dining rooms, two of which are chef’s tables.
From breakfast croissants to cocktails at night, Isabel is a restaurant and bar in Mayfair that radiates glamour and life. An imaginative menu derives from the traditions of various South American-meets-Mediterranean cuisines. A friendly, fun and lively Latin vibe makes Isabel a truly memorable place to see and be seen. The discreet basement bar, the Dragon Room, opens on certain evenings. Unexpected, eclectic, vibrant and beautiful, it’s all about discovery. A somewhat mythic place, unknown to the masses, that is gradually becoming more popular thanks to its late licence, intimate space, attractive decor and excellent service.
Liban Tapas offers Lebanese/French fine dining in the main restaurant, sunroom, Parisian terrace and Souk.
The all-day menu is based around sharing plates and the tapas are Mediterranean in style, made with olive oil and local Lebanese ingredients. Dishes include healthy salads and grilled meats, and there’s a selection of plates suitable for vegetarians, vegans, and gluten-free guests. Liban Tapas serves two of the best Lebanese beers – Beirut and Almaza – while Lebanese wines are imported from the Beqaa Valley, known for its excellent wine. The restaurant works with both small and large local growers.
Seven Park Place
Picture the scene: nestled away in a discreet cul-de-sac in London’s prestigious Mayfair lies St James’s Hotel & Club, a luxurious icon, synonymous with elegant style and quintessential British hospitality since 1857. Inside you’ll find one of the capital’s most highly acclaimed Michelin-starred gastronomic experiences. Welcome to Seven Park Place by William Drabble. Discover why William has held a Michelin star here for ten consecutive years. An eclectic gastronomic journey awaits.
Located in the heart of Manchester’s Spinningfields district, Tattu restaurant and bar delivers premium Chinese-inspired cuisine, taking guests on a sensory journey from East to West through award-winning interior design and astute attention to detail. From colourful dim sum and luxurious small plates to contemporary main courses and stunning desserts, Tattu offers a unique and unforgettable dining experience. The venue has a large bar and indoor rose garden for corporate entertaining, as well as a private dining room, which can seat up to 40 guests to dine.
Little London Bar & Grill
Little London is a steakhouse in the heart of Munich, where guests feel at home while enjoying the best food, wine and drinks. Our steaks are grilled on a Montague grill at 928°C. You can choose from a variety of meats, all of which maintain an exceptional flavour as a result of the special preparation process. To accompany your meal, choose the perfect wine from our exclusively designed wine list, or allow the staff to advise you. The restaurant would love to welcome you.
Using only the finest local and foreign seasonal ingredients, the menu includes modern Czech dishes and dry-aged beef with USDA certification prepared on a Josper grill. These are accompanied by an excellent selection of local as well as mostly European wines and the possibility to use the private wine cellar. Pohostinec Monarch provides its guests with a quality experience in a refined yet relaxed atmosphere, located within a historic building in the centre of Prague.