1. Eau Zone In Dubai
The atmosphere at Eauzone is casual during the day, reflecting the slow pace of the One&Only Royal Mirage and the lazy sea beyond.
After sunset, however, this venue smartens up into a slick, refined restaurant.
2. Masa in New York
Located at the Time Warner Center in New York, Masa is the most expensive restaurant in the fashionable mall in one of the world’s biggest city. The chef himself will welcome you, as he does to every guest who enters the restaurant’s wooden door.
3. Sky Bar In Bangkok
Sky Bar’s innovative cocktails, striking atmosphere and spectacular views earned it the distinction of being named “the most stunning rooftop bar you’ll ever see” by The New York Times and becoming the highlight of Bangkok’s nightlife scene.
4. The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Mumbai
It’s one of the city’s most exclusive Japanese haute cuisine restaurants. The place is all about whisky mixed with Japanese spice. The restaurant stocks malts that date back to the 1930s and 40s. Also watch the chefs at the sushi counter and in the teppanyaki kitchen show off their skills.
5. Fook Lam Moon,Hong Kong
This traditional family-run Cantonese restaurant (35-45 Johnston Road, Hong Kong) has been around for some time and never ceases to delight its guests. Try the Clay Pot Rice and the dim sum: they are supposed to be the best.
6. The Great House at Nisbet Plantation Beach Club (Nevis, West Indies)
The beautifully restored Great House, which dates back to 1778, provides an elegant backdrop
for an enjoyable evening meal at our Nevis resort. Dine indoors in one of the only air-conditioned restaurants on Nevis or al fresco under candlelight on the verandah.
7. Fontaine at Hayma Island Resort, Australia
Fontaine is Hayman Island’s signature resort restaurant. Offering an elegant setting of both indoor and outdoor dining, including breathtaking dining platforms over the Fontaine Pond, diners are ensured of a unique culinary experience.
8. The Moghul Room at Mena House Egypt
In a spectacular location in the shadows of the great pyramids of Giza lies what was once Khedive Ismail’s hunting lodge, and is now The Mena House Oberoi Hotel. With its gilded and chandeliered opulence, one would expect nothing but greatness from this fabulous venue, and we’re happy to report that it did not disappoint.
9. Moo Restaurant at Hotel Omm Barcelona
Hotel Omm, in Spain, is a Barcelona hotel offering comfy beds, one of Barcelona’s best restaurants, Moo, and pleasant staff.