DAY 1-2


Few culinary capitals can compete with London. Expect the unexpected here as this city has a wider range of high-level foodie offerings than any other locale in Europe.

DAY 3-4


A mystical city located in Spain’s Basque country is your second destination. The scenery is as unique as the food, featuring a circular bay, crystal blue waters and craggy mountains as a dramatic backdrop.

DAY 5-6


A laundry list of top-chefs makes this French port ideal destination for the world’s foodie fanatics (and wine connoisseurs). 18th century neo-classical buildings beautifully frame the Garonne River in a city so striking it has been granted World Heritage status.

DAY 7-8


Your last stop is foodie heaven, a showcase par excellence of French cuisine. Paris isn’t all about Michelin-starred haute cuisine. Innovative bistros with emerging chefs dot the map and open air markets offer unforgettable local flavors.



The magic of London food is its quality and variety. Nothing is feared more than a local London food critic or the foodie visitor. And restaurants are well prepared for it.  You can visit 65 Michelin-starred restaurants in London and these are our favorite:

1. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal:serving historical british food, this restaurant has 2 Michelin Stars.  It is currently listed in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants List at no. 45.

2. Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester:Chef Ducasse knows French food and the world knows it. With 3 Michelin Stars since 2010, the restaurant features a special table for up to six diners called the “Table Lumière” which allows for complete privacy and a bespoke dining experience.

3. Alyn Williams at the Westbury:described as a “cheerful” dining experience, and offering a very unique wine list, this restaurant is a London favorite. Serving modern cuisine and interesting combinations, this restaurant has 1 Michelin Star.

4. Restaurant Gordon Ramsey:service French cuisine and with 3 Michelin Starts since 2001, this was Chef Gordon Ramsey’s first solo restaurant.

5. Amaya: Amaya is elegant and spacious; the restaurant has an  open kitchen style. Foodies confidently say this is the best Indian food in Belgravia and London. The cooking is traditional and skilled and all dishes are an aromatic feast. It has 1 Michelin Star.

6. Ametsa with Arzak Instruction: From the mind of Arzak creators in San Sebastian, this restaurant sources most ingredients from the British Isles. The flavours and colors have a strong Basque influence. This restaurant has 1 Michelin Star.




With 16 Michelin Stars within its 60 Sq Kilometers, San Sebastian  has the highest density of Michelin Stars in Europe. A historical culinary destination, not only for its upscale restaurants, but mostly due to the high quality tapas and pintxsos on the streets.  These are our favorite restaurants:

1. Mugaritz:Described as “a powerhouse of creativity,” Mugaritz is No. 7 of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants. Chef Andoni Luis Aduriz is considered the natural heir to Spain’s Ferran Adrià. The tasting menu consists of 20 courses. 3 Michelin Stars.

2. Akelarre:Located on the side of Mount Igueldo, Akelarre has a beautiful location with wall to ceiling windows with stunning sea views. The chef has created a creative culinary experience well rooted on traditional Basque cooking. 3 Michelin Stars.

3. Arzak:Arzak is a local culinary legend. At 74, Chef Juan Mari still runs the kitchen while his daughter Elena runs operations. Arzak offers multiple tasting menus and over 100,000 wine bottles of wine. Arkak is No. 21 of the Word’s 50 Best Restaurants. 3 Michelin Stars.

4. Martin Berasategui: Set in modern villa, this restaurant is the center of Basque culinary expertise. Delicate dishes, 2 fireplaces and relaxing views make a trip to this restaurant an experience for all senses. 3 Michelin Stars.

5. Atari Gastroteka: For a more relaxed experience, Atari is the temple for tapas and pintxo lovers. Eaters from around the world are often found enjoying food and cocktails on the church steps, right across from the restaurant. Atari serves the best Basque Burnt Cheesecake in the city.

6. Famous Pinxtos Bars: La Cuchara de San Telmo, Ganbara, A Fuego Nero, Kototxa.



1. Le Pressoir d’Argent by Gordon Ramsay: Located in Le Grand Hôtel in Bordeaux, this restaurant takes its name from a a rare Christofle solid silver lobster press, one of only 5 in the world. Lobster, of course, is one the the restaurant specialties created by Chef Gilad Peled with Chef Gordon Ramsay.  1 Michelin Star.

2. Le Gabriel is a place for Modern Elegance. Located in the Place de la Bourse, it offers three different environments: The Gabriel (gastronomic restaurant), The Bistro Gabriel (brasserie) and The Dix (lounge bar and tea room). Chef Nicolas Frion has mastered a modern take on French delicacies.

3. La Grand’Vigne: Chef Nicolas Masse has created a sophisticated menu perfectly mixing varied regional produce and the great French culinary traditions. 2 Michelin Stars.

4. La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez: After 2 years under the leadership of Joël Robuchon – the world’s most Michelin-starred chef, this beautiful restaurant is now under the vision of Chef Pierre Gagnaire, owner at the 3 Michelin Star Rue Balzac in Paris. This restaurant offers traditional French food for the senses with the highest quality ingredients.

5. Le Pavillon des Boulevards: Chefs Denis Franc and Thomas Morel skilfully work together to design and create original and flavorful dishes. Their unique flavor combination and use of aromas are always a great reason to visit Bordeaux. 1 Michelin Star.

6. Le Prince Noir by Vivien Durand: With beautiful views over the Pont d’Aquitaine, this restaurant serves modern cuisine well based on traditional French cooking. Visitors enjoy an elaborate cuisine affair  in a well designed tasting menu. 1 Michelin Star.



11 restaurants in Paris have been awarded 3 Michelin Stars making the City of Light a world class foodie destination.

1. Alain Ducasse in Plaza Athénée: Chef Alain Ducasse currently operates 23 restaurants in 7 countries and has a total of 19 Michelin stars. At this restaurant, executive chef Romain Meder focuses on fish, vegetables and cereals for the enjoyment of us all. 3 Michelin Stars.

2. Le Meurice: Elite Traveler Magazine has called Le Meurice “an extravagant restaurant serving world-class classic European cuisine in an elegant and harmonious white and silver setting.” A special chef’s table in the kitchen allows guests to observe the marvellous creative cooking process. 3 Michelin Stars.

3. Le Cinq at the Four Seasons George V:  Christian Le Squer left Pavillon Ledoyen and created a menu at Le Cinq described by critics as “simple sea-splashed home-cooking.” Within a year under Chef Le Squer, Le Cinq received its 3rd Michelin Star.

4. Guy Savoy at La Monnaie de Paris: Chef Guy Savoy said: “Cooking is the art of being able to instantly transform produce laden with history into joy.” The menu at La Monnaie de Paris stars fish and ends with meat, cheeses and chocolate. An unforgettable feast. 3 Michelin Stars.

5. L’Arpège:Chef Alain Passard invented the farm-to-table concept. Back in 1996, he bravely stopped serving meat and focused on vegetables, which he proudly grows. As a visionary, his restaurant still enjoys 3 Michelin Stars.

6. Yannick Alléno at Pavillon Ledoyen: The Chef has mastered a luxurious and “perfectly engineered cuisine” that respects French tradition and flirts with modern cuisine. 3 Michelin Stars.



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