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Fine Dining

A Michelin star is the ultimate hallmark of culinary excellence. Michelin stars are awarded to restaurants judged to be of a particularly high standard. Unlike other rating systems, Michelin stars are not based on customer reviews, but on undercover inspections by anonymous food experts known as the Michelin Inspectors. Eateries that make the grade can be awarded one, two, or three stars, and the accolade is much-coveted by chefs around the world. The star system was first introduced in 1926.

⭐️ very good restaurant 

⭐️⭐️ excellent cooking that is worth the detour

⭐️⭐️⭐️ exceptional cuisine that is worth a special journey 


Le Meurice

(Paris, France)


The king of haute cuisine, Alain Ducasse, holds court in the Versailles-style grandeur of one of Paris’s finest hotels. There’s gold lining the walls of this three-Michelin-starred restaurant and an impeccable view overlooking the Tuileries Garden. There’s also black gold on the plate- supremely expensive black truffle.


La Marmite

(St. Moritz, Switzerland)

The altitude matches the prices at this St. Moritz institution at the top of Corviglia mountain. Perched 2,468 meters over Switzerland’s swankiest resort, La Marmite calls itself the highest gourmet restaurant in the Alps.


La Pergola (Rome,Italy) 


Rome’s only three-Michelin-starred restaurant comes with fantastic panoramic views of the Eternal City from its smart base in the Rome Cavalieri. It also seriously loves the white truffle from Alba in northern Italy.


Scape Restaurant & Lounge

(Dubai, UAE)

Offering a sweet taste of California in the UAE, Scape Restaurant & Lounge is a vibrant and chic dining venue, perched on the Burj Al Arab Terrace with views extending out over the Arabian Gulf. 

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