5 Simply Amazing Fine Dining Restaurants Around the World
Today we present to you 5 fine dining restaurants with the most amazing dining design around the world. If you are planning a trip somewhere with your special one, getting to know these restaurants may help your decision so take a look.
Auberge d’Ill by Jouin Manku-Illhaeusern
The Hôtel des Berges’s 4,250-square-foot restaurant in Illhaeusern, France, is truly exceptional. Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku completed a second renovation of the dining area of this beloved gastronomic institution in honor of its 50th year of Michelin triple-stardom. Reflecting pools of stainless steel are overhead, a panoramic mural and a shimmering wall with embroidered butterflies and paper songbirds adorn the walls, and cerulean and aquamarine carpeting cover the floor and complete this interior design, bringing the spirit of the region’s river inside.
Restaurante Gastronómico by Estudihac-Madrid
Chef and restauranteur César Anca returned to Madrid with Xanverí, a culinary hotspot that honors “the history of Chamberí and its origin, which date back to Napoleonic times,” estudiHac creative director José Manuel Ferrero says. Restaurante Gastronómico’s exclusive designradiates white, gold, and blue tones that emulate the beaches of Madrid, while the seating’s blue upholstery embodies estudiHac’s “mature Mediterranean” design aesthetic. Its dining area design is completed with various eclectic patterns on the dining chairs creating a fresh and natural atmosphere.
When the first Nobu opened in New York, David Rockwell created a spectacular scene for pioneering chef Nobu Matsuhisha and his Japanese-Peruvian fusion cuisine. “The original restaurant was of its moment,” says David Rockwell, who was tasked with the dining area design of a second location, Nobu Downtown.
Saltz by Rolf Sachs-Zurich
Rolf Sachs, in collaboration with local firm Küchel Architects, designed the five-star hotel restaurant Saltz as an homage to the Swiss Alps, which is particularly fitting considering the 3,000-square-foot eatery is located inside Zurich’s Dolder Grand—a hotel with a spectacular view of the Alps. Beneath wide oak floor planks, the ceiling of the main dining room features criss-crossed red mountaineer rope, while a wall boasts a neon fixture that outlines the 182 mountain peaks visible from the restaurant’s terrace.
Enigma by RCR Arquitectes-Barcelona
Chef Albert Adrià wanted “something very singular, different from the other restaurants around” for his latest eatery. Enigma, part of his El Barri project, is a 6,000-square-foot experimental sci-fi production by Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem, and Ramon Villa. Diners are immersed in a bluish-green world that is organic and high-tech, where translucent resin barrel chairs and pedestal modern dining tables appear to have been chiseled from ice caves. So if you are thinking about eating out in Barcelona, make sure you visit Enigma.