Okay so we have a wealth of information on which restaurants to go to on tripadvisor, the Michelin star website and numerous other sites where restaurant-goers can leave reviews. I find this information incredibly useful and I have often researched on these sites before choosing a restaurant to impress clients or enjoy with family. Only trouble is that sometimes it’s hard to trawl through all the brilliant reviews and choose a great one amongst many. Also you don’t want to necessarily take your Japanese banker client to a brilliant basement secret tiny restaurant just because they serve the best steak in town!
I will update this blog post over time as it will no doubt be a beast. I’ve traveled a lot around the world and had the pleasure of enjoying the food and atmosphere in many restaurants and I couldn’t possibly do it all in one go. Besides, I’m sure to discover new gems along the way…;-)
Stockholm – Fem små hus
Fantastic food in ‘Gamla Stan’ that’s especially wonderful on a chilly evening when you’re looking for a cosy atmosphere.
Copenhagen – Sticks and Sushi
Wonderful Japanese food with a breathtaking view over the city where you can sip Asian cocktails whilst gliding on swings.
Gothenburg – Holy Cow
The best burgers I’ve ever eaten. The meat is great enough to have a rare burger and enjoy how it melts in your mouth. I went for the Fat Cow and it was to die for!
London – City Social
Jason Atherton’s modern British fare served in art deco-style surroundings with 24th floor views and the best steak and duck fat chips you’ve ever had!
Helsingborg – Sil och Makrillen
Great atmosphere, food and by the sea. What more could you ask for?! Great in winter or summer.
Milan – Il Salumaio di Montenapoleone
Fantastic pasta in a romantic setting in between two beautiful historical Italian buildings. Best on a warm summer evening.
Verona – Ponte Pietra
The view over the river is breathtaking, as is the sound of the rushing water below you. The excellent food is simply a marvellous and delightful bonus!