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From molecular gastronomy to the classic coq au vin, elite dining is one of the biggest joys of a private jet lifestyle. Join us as we explore the world’s best restaurants.














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Celebrate the Chinese New Year with Ao Yun

By Emma Reynolds

In the Yunnan province of China near the Himalayas you’ll find the Ao Yun vineyards, located in a Unesco World Heritage region of three rivers and near the sacred Meili Mountain. This unique landscape, which also sits at an altitude of 7,200 to 8,500 ft, exclusively produces Ao Yun wine – a delectable elixir and the first luxury Chinese wine. Ao […]

Best Tokyo Restaurants 2019: An Ultimate Guide by Andy Hayler

By Andy Hayler

Tokyo is the food capital of the world. No one knows how many restaurants there really are there, but restaurant site Tabelog lists over 140,000. It has 11 three-star Michelin restaurants (Paris has 10), a remarkable 55 two-star eateries (to Paris’s 15), and 162 with one star, almost twice as many as the French capital. You can eat top-notch Italian […]

Best Indian Restaurants in London by Andy Hayler

By Andy Hayler

Finding the best Indian restaurants in London is no easy task. The cuisine has a long history in London, starting with The Hindoostane Coffee House back in 1810. The longest running one is Veeraswamy, which opened in 1926. No-one can be sure exactly how many Indian restaurants London has, but Tripadvisor currently lists 1,271, so it is not surprising that […]

The 13 Best Restaurants in Dubai

By Lauren Hill

When it comes to deciding where to eat, in Dubai, the restaurants offerings are almost too varied to imagine. Dubai’s best restaurants serve virtually every national cuisine from around the world, including many specializing in Dubai’s own Arabic delights. While there is yet to be a Michelin-starred restaurant in Dubai, the city compensates for its lack of guide by importing chefs […]

The 8 Best Restaurants in Amsterdam

Amsterdam is one of the most liberal and multi-cultural cities on the planet, and with that comes some of the most diverse cuisine possible. But when you’re visiting the Dutch capital, choosing which restaurant to visit can cause a headache, so why not follow Elite Traveler’s guide? With the UK only a stones throw away and the Netherlands sitting next […]

5 Michelin Star Restaurants in Madrid

By Lauren Jade Hill Madrid is famously championed for its traditional fare but it’s also become internationally known for its cutting-edge nueva cocina owing to a movement of the city’s most accomplished chefs who are creating cuisine worth traveling for. We take a look at five Michelin star restaurants in Madrid that should be on every gourmets travel itinerary. DiverXO […]

Eataly Flatiron’s Manzo Restaurant Collaborates With Chef Akshay Bhardwaj of Junoon

By Emma Reynolds

Eataly Flatiron, the iconic Italian marketplace, has recently extended its unique chef collaboration series at Manzo, the space’s casual butcher restaurant, for a deep dive into creative and delicious cuisine in New York City. Titled From New York to New York, the program focuses on bringing together local chefs, producers and charities for an immersive and educational gastronomic experience uniting great […]

The Hidden Gems of Tokyo’s Dining Scene

By Andy Hayler

Tokyo offers a vast and impressive choice for diners, from the simplest ramen noodle bar up to of its choice of a dozen restaurants with three Michelin stars, the most awarded to any city in the world. One of the joys of Tokyo is its restaurant depth, with a string of places that are not on the beaten path of […]

The 5 Best Restaurants in Seville

Renowned for its lively tapas bars, flavorful cuisine and celebration of local ingredients, Seville has long been known for its food scene. To experience this food at its best in some of the city’s most vibrant locations, seek out our pick of the five best restaurants in Seville. Abantal The Michelin restaurant Abantal bases its culinary philosophy on Andalusian cooking […]

The 11 Best Restaurants in Budapest

By Zahra Al-Kateb

The Hungarian capital abounds with excellent fine dining spots. Taking influence from the surrounding eastern European countries, as well as the city’s multicultural history (Jews previously made up 23% of Budapest’s population, meaning the city has some of the best Jewish food outside of Israel), visitors can expect to find some of Europe’s most opulent dining opportunities in Budapest. While […]

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