Just in time for the holidays put these three restaurants at the top of your wish list.
If you dream of Christmas as a travel experience hit our ultimate places for all things foodie where you will enjoy a delightful, amazing cuisine. Moscow, London, New York. Maybe are not come on handy but, once in a lifetime, you can make an exception. It’s Christmas!
This amazing restaurant recreates the splendor of the Russian culture. Since last November 2016 they have completely changed the interior. The goal of the reconstruction was to recreate the atmosphere of the Olsufyevy family mansion that was built in the beginning of the 20th century.
In this charming newly decorated restaurant you can enjoy a wonderful time eating the delicacies that Chef Sergey Lobachev has created to surprise their guests.
A modern Russian cuisine with influences from the Chef , but mainly you can enjoy the beautiful Russian cuisine. The perfect place to end an amazing Christmas day in Moscow.
Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen is the name of the restaurant and of a supporting charitable foundation. At Fifteen London you can eat the kind of food they love to eat, when with friends, family or just want to enjoy a delicious meal. Lovely atmosphere, fantastic food and great service. As for the foundation, their mission is “to inspire disadvantaged youth, including those with drug or alcohol problems, the unemployed and the homeless, to believe in themselves and the possibility of becoming chefs.” What else you need to go there?
Located in Manhattan’s West Village, multi award-winning Chef and co-owner Dan Barber, moves beyond “farm-to-table” to offer a sustainable and environmental concerned way of eating. This is an absolute BEST restaurant in New York. Blue Hill’s menu showcases local food and a wine list with producers who respect artisanal techniques. Ingredients come from nearby farms, including Blue Hill Farm in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, and Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, a forty-five minute drive from New York City. Guests can choose from the four-course “Tasting Menu” or opt for the “Farmer’s Feast,” a six-course tasting inspired by the week’s harvest.