As these are the world’s finest establishments in terms of food, don’t expect to just walk in and be seated. When I checked out El Bulli‘s reservations page in their website, it said that they were already fully booked for their 2007 season, and that they have NO waiting list. And if you read Tony Bourdain’s “A Cook’s Tour”, you’ll see that even a celeb chef like Tony was surprised to be able to get a table at the French Laundry.
Heres the Top 10 (the stars mean Michelin). Let me know if you manage to get a table.
1 El Bulli*** Roses en Cala Montjoi, Spain
2 The Fat Duck*** Berkshire, UK
3 Pierre Gagnaire*** Paris, France
4 French Laundry*** Yountville, US
5 Tetsuya Sydney, Australia
6 Bras*** Laguiole, France
7 Le Louis XV*** Monaco
8 Per Se*** New York, US
9 Arzak*** San Sebastian, Spain
10 Mugaritz Errenteria Gipuzkoa, Spain
[tags]Restaurants, World’s Best Restaurants[/tags]