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Petit Comité – Barcelona

When in Barcelona, consider a visit to the informal restaurant of Michelin stared chef Nandu Jubany . You can learn more about Jubany as he is a member of the “Science & Cooking” talks at Harvard University.

The restaurant itself is of modern design, with clean lines and a general air of significance. A combination of formality and professionalism abound.

Our amuse bouche was a calamari salad and potato pillows

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Higashiyama Ward – Kyoto

Kyoto’s Higashiyama is a happening area with souvenir stores, cafes, restaurants galleries and more. Yes, it is very touristic, but try not to apply a regular tourist stop mentality that one dons in other counties. Everything is accordingly to quality .

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Ginza Kyubey – Tokyo

Kyubey is a restaurant you may be better off never going to. Since our meal, over a year ago, we have yet to be truly satisfied and happy at any other eatery.  Kyubey was that good. Everything about this flagship location is perfect.  You feel at home at the sushi bar.  It somehow remains intimate, even though 8 chefs line the bar and 10 private… Read More

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Les Cols – Olot

In the remote town of Olot in la Garrotxa, a volcanic area in the north of Catalonia; chef Fina Puigdevall – with the help of RCR Architects – put forth Les Cols; a stunning two star Michelin restaurant; voted most beautiful in the world by a handful of publications.

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Tapas Molecular Bar – Tokyo

While highly-touted, we found Tokyo’s Tapas Molecular Bar, at the Manderin Oriental Hotel, more Vegas entertainment than Michelin Star-worthy. Usually we would not review a restaurant that does not excite us, but here we do as it is so heavily marketed.