Visiting the Top-100 Restaurants in the World

I’ve always had a love for food and travel and over the last few years it has been a goal to try as many of the world’s Top 100 restaurants as possible. Here are a few that I managed to try :

El Celler De Can Roca (Girona, Spain)
Gaggan (Bangkok, Thailand)
Mugaritz (San Sebastian, Spain)
Asador Extebarri (San Sebastian, Spain)
White Rabbit (Moscow, Russia)
Disfrutar (Barcelona, Spain)
Narisawa (Tokyo, Japan)
Cosme (New York, USA)
Les Bernardin (New York, USA)
Odette (Singapore)
Arzak (San Sebastian, Spain)
Maaemo (Oslo, Norway)
The Ledbury (London, UK)
Azurmendi (San Sebastian, Spain)
Benu (San Francisco, USA)
Nerua (San Sebastian, Spain)
Burnt Ends (Singapore)
Selfie (Moscow, Russia)
Twins Garden (Moscow, Russia)
Hisa Franko (Slovenia)
Martin Berasategui (San Sebastian, Spain)
Estella (New York, USA)
108 (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Paste (Bangkok, Thailand)
Bo.Lan (Bangkok, Thailand)
Suhring (Bangkok, Thailand)
Jaan (Singapore)
Mume (Taipei, Taiwan)
Corner House (Singapore)
Toyo (Manila, Philippines)

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