Top 5 Restaurent in the World

1. Mirazur Restaurant in Menton in France
Mirazur is a restaurant in Menton, France rated with three stars by the Michelin Guide. The restaurant is run by chef Mauro Colagreco. The restaurant was voted 35th best in the world in Restaurant Top 50 2009, 24th in 2012, 28th in 2013.  Mirazur’s panoramic view overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, in an idyllic palm tree-studded cove perched upon a hillside mere steps from the Italian border, provides reason enough to drive an hour from Nice. Here, chef Mauro Colagreco assembles modern, delicately flavored dishes imbued with the essence of the Côte d'Azur via local French and Italian ingredients. Mirazur has a magnificent seaside location, with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean, and is open for lunch and dinner Wednesday through Friday (and for Tuesday dinner in July and August). The restaurant is usually closed 6 weeks in the winter months, so do check the website for the latest opening times. There are two multi-course tasting menus on offer. Colagreco grows much of Mirazur’s produce on his own backyard farm, while sourcing additional products from the nearby Ventimiglia market. Seasonality guides his menus, which are rich in both vegetables and sterling seafood from the surrounding ocean. Think anchovy fillets on fried anchovy skeletons brightened with juice from Menton’s famous lemons, or Colagreco’s signature: oyster with tapioca, shallot cream, and pear.




2. Osteria Francescana in Italy
Osteria Francescana is a restaurant owned and run by chef Massimo Bottura in Modena, Italy. As of 2018, Osteria Francescana has been named as the best restaurant in the world. It was the first Italian restaurant to earn the award. With an incredible eye for details, complex and innovative cooking techniques, Massimo Bottura manages to create something truly unique. The emotional journey Osteria Francescana takes you on is one of a kind and something you like to do over and over again. Osteria Francescana was opened in 1995 in a small village called Modena where its chef was raised in. As it was awarded with its first star in 2002 and the second star in 2006, the restaurant was finally awarded with a third star in 2011 and thus succeeded to be internationally known and celebrated restaurant. 


3. The French Laundry in USA
The Bouchon Bistro next to the French Restaurant and since has opened many of these signature restaurants as well as Ad Lib, Ad Hoc, and Per Se restaurants across the US. An international best selling author of numerous cookbooks, editor of his own magazine, designer of his own wine, manufacturer of his own line of food products, collaborator of cooking hardware, etc., he has many industry awards including the 2001 Time magazine’s America’s Chef of the Year”.
 Always interested in mentoring young professional chefs, there is the unofficial “Thomas Keller Farm System” of which Keller is most proud. He is constantly inquiring about the career goals of his staff. A good example is Chef David Breeden, who since late 2012 is Chef de Cuisine (Executive Chef) at The French Laundry, replacing a previous Executive Chef who was ready to open his own restaurant. Chef Thomas Keller's refined fixed-price meals continually draw food lovers to this stone farmhouse. The French Laundry is a French restaurant located in Yountville, California, in the Napa Valley. The chef and owner of the French Laundry is Thomas Keller. ... The food is mainly French with contemporary American influences, giving rise to ... and represented the U.S. in the international finals in January 2009, placing sixth.


4. El Celler de Can Roca, Girona, Spain
It was named the best restaurant in the world in 2015. The restaurant is run by three immensely talented brothers – Joan Roca, Jordi Roca, and Josef Roca. They learned the art of cooking from their parents. El Celler de Can Roca offers the “perfect pairing of food, dessert and wine. Twice ranked the No.1 restaurant in the world, El Celler de Can Roca thrives on the endless creativity of the trio of gastronomically talented brothers behind one of the most acclaimed restaurants on the planet. El Celler de Can Roca is a restaurant in Girona, Catalonia, Spain opened in 1986 by the Roca brothers, Joan, Josep and Jordi. It was first located next to their parents' restaurant Can Roca, but moved to its current purpose-built building in 2007. It has been received warmly by critics, and holds three Michelin stars.

5.Central (Lima, Peru)  in South America
Chefs Virgilio Martínez and Pía León’s flagship restaurant is a shrine to all things Peruvian, including many ingredients that are seldom served elsewhere. The husband-and-wife team have been travelling the length and breadth of the country for several years to source interesting and unique produce from land, sea and mountains. Central Restaurant is a restaurant located in the Barranco District, Lima, Peru. Central Restaurant is the flagship restaurant of Peruvian chef, Virgilio Martínez Véliz, and serves as his workshop in the investigation and integration of indigenous Peruvian ingredients into the restaurant's menu. Martínez and León like to play with the many varieties of corn, potato and more obscure products offered by Peru’s vastly biodiversity landscape. Classics include Land of Corn and Extreme Stems, with newer dishes such as Waters of Nanay featuring piranha fish served in an entire, sharp-tooth-filled piranha head.

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