When speaking about Top Restaurants there are two aspects to always have in consideration: great food and exclusive interior design. A 5 star restautant is way more than just good food: it is an ambience, a limited edition experience. The Restaurant Design lovers also search for more than fancy restaurants: they look for exotic well confectionated food. The combination of both gives birth to a real luxury restaurant.
Today, Design Limited Edition presents the Top Restaurants Around the World to give you a Limited Edition Experience.
One of the most luxury restaurants of Japanese fusion cuisine takes place in Hamburg, Germany. On November 2016, the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg has opened the new design-restaurant NIKKEI NINE, offering innovative Japanese cuisine incorporated with Peruvian ingredients.
The so called NIKKEI CUISINE represents Japanese cuisine with a Peruvian influence originated from the kitchens of Japanese immigrants in South America – predominantly in Peru and Brazil. Using surprising combinations and intense flavors, NIKKEI cultivated a style that complements the Japanese fine sense of classically elegant dishes by adding cheerful, hearty Peruvian elements.
The gastronomic experience is just finely completed when combined to the luxury exotic decoration of the place. The new restaurant NIKKEI NINE is decorated entirely in shades of gold, cognac, amber and black.
The interior concept of NIKKEI NINE was created by General Manager Ingo C. Peters and his Executive Team. Boca do Lobo is one of the brands that makes part of the incredible interior of the restaurant: the Bohème Safe, a set of luxury vintage traveling suitcases, welcomes the clients on the entrance.
Get the look: Bohéme Safe by Boca do Lobo
See also: Top 10 Best Restaurants of the World
St. Petersburg, Russia
Kokoko restaurant is a new notion of Russian cuisine. They have created an outstanding menu, based on seasonal products from farmers from all over the region. In their dishes, familiar tastes and the latest culinary achievements are represented in unordinary textures, forms, and combinations. The boho chic style of the restaurant is an important part that makes this experience the greatest among the 5-star restaurants.
Hand-painted-tiles have gained a privileged place in architecture throughout the centuries. Portugal has adopted them like no other country has and in order to honor the Portuguese hand painted tiles, Boca do Lobo created Heritage Sideboard. This piece presents a different number of layers, where each one tells a different story.
In summer and during the fall the Cococo Restaurant is rich in what may be harvested in the region; in this period they add to the menu dishes with vegetables, berries, mushrooms, fresh greens. For winter the menu includes dry, marinate, preserve products and until spring become even closer to the traditions of Russian cuisine. Sophisticated menu is accompanied by fine wine and local drinks with Russian origin – mors (berry drink), kissel, bread kvass and herbal infusions.
Get the look: Roots Mirror by Boca do Lobo
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In this innovative French restaurant in Berlin, Le Faubourge is the best local meat and fish are served in “traditional” or “nouveau” style and paired with rare French and German wines.
Youth, innovation and excitement at trying new flavors and combinations – this is what Head Chef Felix Mielke brings to Le Faubourg Restaurant in Berlin.
Get the look: Matheny Chandelier by Delightfull.
Typing Room is located in East London’s Town Hall Hotel, built in 1910, and is named after the building’s original typing room in which all communications from the mayoral, council and judicial system were put to ink.
Lee Westcott uses the best of local and seasonal British ingredients to create innovative modern European dishes at Typing Room. His cooking has been described as pure, natural and honest, presented in a relaxed atmosphere.
Modern and with a bohèmian touch, the Design of the Typing Room Restaurant and Bar is the cherry on the top to improve the gastronomic experience.
Get the look: Ike Suspension Lamp by Delightfull
Since 2001, Baraka has been a fine dining foodie destination for French-Asian cuisine lovers. In April, 2015, we relocated to the heritage Dorottya Palace in the heart of historic Budapest, a short walk from the five star hotels and the banks of the Danube.
The dining room has a classy, relaxed, chic atmosphere with an open kitchen offering the best gastronomic show in town. The restaurantâ’s design is the culmination of our vision and of many years of getting to know our guests and their desires.
The textures, flavors, and beauty of Baraka’s dishes leave guests with unforgettable gastronomical memories and experiences. Baraka takes its drinks as serious as its food. The well-balanced wine list and artisan cocktails make Baraka one of the most well rounded exciting restaurants in Hungary!