At the mere mention of the name of Europe, an exquisite feeling runs through your body and vivid scenery of such a fancy travel flashes in front of your eyes. If simply imagining a Europe tour package can give you pleasure, just think about the fantabulous time you will have when you actually set off on one such trip. The sightseeing and the accommodation is not complete unless you can eat at your heart’s content in the most lavish continent in the entire world. There is no vacation that can be enjoyed without food. How would one explore the place if there are rats grumbling due to hunger in his stomach? To curb this hunger, we have jotted down some of the best places to fill your belly.
El Celler de Can Roca
We thought to begin with the best restaurant in the land of Europe but coincidentally that same place is also the best restaurant in the entire world. Situated in the Girona region of Spain, it was opened originally in the year of 1986. Since then, it has maintained its high stakes in the culinary world. The exclusive culinary innovators, the Roca brothers came up with the world’s best restaurants and the delicacies to be served in this lavish place. For years at an end, El Celler de Can Roca has maintained its top spot on a global level. For their modern interpretations of the Catalan cuisine, three Michelin stars have been acquired.
If you consider yourself a foodie, then the town of Modena is where you must be. Even in this land full of delicacies, we have picked out the best place to head to. Osteria Francescana was developed by Massimo Bottura who began as a writer on food in Italy. He is now a chef who serves some of the finest Italian cuisine you can find in the entire land. In 2013 and 2014, this restaurant earned the third rank in the world. But in 2015, it attained the second place.
Who knew that an eatery which opened in the boring trading district of Copenhagen would turn out to be one of the best in the continent of Europe? Founded in 2003 by Chef Rene Redzepi, this place gave an insight into Nordic cuisine which led to the reception of two Michelin stars by the place. The name “Noma” is derived from the combination of two Danish words, Nordic and food.
Many food critics strongly believe that Mugaritz is the most enrapturing food experience they have ever come across in the entire world. This restaurant was opened in the year of 1998 in Errenteria situated in Spain. It has been creating buzz all across the world due to its lip-smacking delicacies for over a year now. There is no menu here instead the chef Andoni Luis Aduriz serves innovative dishes which comes along with edible cutlery.