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Europe

London

Evelyns table (Modern European / $$$)

1 Michelin Star tasting menu served at an intimate 12 seat counter

Palomar (Middle Eastern / $$)

Great for a cozy date night - must order the Endive salad, beef tartare, and ricotta dumplings

Noble Rot (British / $$)

Request to sit at a booth upstairs for two for date night - must order wine

Ikoyi (West African / $$$)

2 Michelin Star tasting menu with a deeply dynamic mix of flavors

Brat X Climpson Arch (British / $$)

The ultimate British courtyard experience, lovely for groups or an intimate dinner for two - must order bread & butter to start

Kiln (Thai / $$)

1 Michelin Star, best experience is to walk-in and sit at the bar for 2-3 people; ideally go on a weekday or weekend right at opening and be prepared to wait, vibe is trendy and rowdy

KOL (Mexican / $$$)

1 Michelin Star tasting menu, be sure pop into the downstairs Mezcalaria for drinks after

Primeur (Modern European / $$)

Romantic / intimate vibes must order wine

Chiltern Firehouse (Eclectic / $$)

Vibe is glamorous and posh; best for evening bites and drinks or brunch on the terrace

Bibi (Indian / $$)

Vibe is polished and dynamic - come for lunch a la carte or the dinner fixed menu

Paradise (Sri Lankan / $$)

Small restaurant with a trendy and intimate vibe, make a booking one month in advance - order yam & coconut pol roti, minced chicken, and paratha rolls; if you're up for very spicy then order the prawns!

Sabor (Spanish / $$)

1 Michelin Star, either walk in and sit at the counter for 2-3 or book the el asador, be sure to make booking in advance; vibe is authentic and fun

Paris

Le Clarence (Fine Dining / $$$)

2 Michelin Stars and located in a sensational townhouse - wine lovers don’t miss the pairing

Early June (Wine Bar / $$)

Order natural wine, go for the set lunch menu on weekends

La comptoir de la gastronomie (French / $$)

 If a nice day sit on the terrace, cannot miss the foie gras ravioli and french onion soup

Septime / Septime la cave (French / $$$)

1 Michelin Star, extremely difficult reservation at Septime so make booking early - if missing it, don’t miss walk-in only, little sister wine bar Septime La Cave for a pre-dinner apéro (5-8pm)

Le Recamier (Souffle / $$)

Come on a warm night, sit on the terrace, order the grand marnier souffle

Bambino (Eclectic / $$)

Music-forward, party vibes late into the night

Le Bon Georges (French / $$)

The ultimate french bistro, extremely well sourced ingredients, very reasonable lunch menu

Laperouse (French / $$$)

One of the most romantic glamorous and storied restaurants in Paris, fashion week crowds frequent

La Bossue (Bakery / $$)

Don’t miss the bottomless  brunch on Saturday and Sunday, be sure to make a reservation or come right at opening

Mamiche (Bakery / $)

Cannot go wrong  with any order but be prepared to wait in line

L’avant comptoir du marche (Tapas / $$)

Very casual but amazing food, the butter is much photographed

Mr T (French and North African / $$)

trendy energy, great for groups or date night

Lisbon

Fábrica da Nata (Pastry shop / $)

Must have the Pastéis de Nata

Oficina do Duque (European / $$)

Be sure to make reservations

Solar dos Presuntos (Portuguese / $$)

Best known for high quality fish seafood and meat

Tapisco (Portuguese and Spanish / $$)

Best to go with a group and share

Alma (Fine Dining / $$$)

2 Michelin Stars

Palacio Chiado (Portuguese / $$)

Palace ambiance, go to the bar on the ground floor for cocktails before or after your meal

PARK bar (rooftop bar / $$)

Go early for a dreamy sunset and views of Lisbon

Beco (Dinner + burlesque experience / $$$)

Celebrity chef, be sure to buy tickets in advance

Cervejaria Ramiro (Seafood / $$)

A local institution, eat either on the patio or downstairs dining room, make a reservation or be prepared to wait 1 hour+

Comoba (Cafe / $)

stunning airy and minimalist interior, ideal for breakfast, a quick pop-in coffee or to work from; must try banana bread, chia porridge, and pancakes

Alfama Cellar (Portuguese / $$)

Cozy restaurant with fantastic food, make reservations and must order wine

Cervejaria Liberdade (Portuguese / $$)

Top quality seafood, good service, reasonable price, make reservations

Copenhagen

Kødbyens Fiskebar (Seafood / $$)

Great for groups or sit at the bar for two - try the oysters

Baest (Pizza / $$)

Can’t go wrong with any order

Juno (Bakery / $)

Must have cardamon buns

Barr (Danish / $$)

Noma’s little sister restaurant along the water

Geranium (Fine Dining / $$$)

3 Michelin Star

Hart (Bakery / $)

Can’t go wrong with anything but must try sausage roll, croissants

Selma (Danish / $$)

Famous for Danish Smørrebrød - open faced sandwiches on Rye bread

Ved Standen 10 (Wine bar / $$)

A neighborhood institution along the canal, no menu just tell them what you enjoy - great charcuterie and tapas

Balderdash (Drinks / $)

Ex-Noma alum launched, funky drinks

Mad & Kaffe (Cafe / $)

Best for breakfast / brunch, come early or be prepared to wait

Sankt Peders Bageri (Bakery / $)

Can’t go wrong with anything - order cinnamon buns on Wednesdays only here are sensational

Duck & Cover (Drinks / $)

Laid back drinking den

Berlin

Barra (European / $$)

Designed for celebrations

Ernst (Fine Dining / $$$)

1 Michelin Star, make reservations very early

Trio (European / $$)

Hip yet casual energy

Ichi (Japanese / $$)

Best for dinner Omakase for 2

Taqueria el Oso (Mexican / $)

Casual street food style tacos

Shizuku (Japanese / $$)

Amazing sake and small bites

Caligari (italian / $$)

Great for a big group dinner or for 2

Engelberg (German / $)

Best for brunch, on a beautiful street

Bar Sway (Wine bar / $$)

Zeit fur Brot (Bakery / $)

Must order cinnamon buns

Ruyam (Turkish / $)

No frills, best kebab ever after a night out

Rhinoçéros (Bar / $$)

Ideal for jazz and cocktails

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