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The ultimate gourmet getaway

Epicureans get to visit every three-Michelin-starred restaurant in the world over a six-month period

by 13 October 2014

Thanks to VeryFirstTo in collaboration with HolidaysPlease, gourmet lovers can embark on a six-month long culinary escapade to 12 countries in search of the best restaurants in the world.

VeryFirstTo has, indeed, teamed up with luxury travel company HolidaysPlease to create a sensational gourmet around-the-world trip. The offer includes flying business class to cover 12 countries, while checking-in to luxurious hotels (which include Trump International NYC, Conrad Tokyo, Claridges London), with the aim of dining at every 3 Michelin Star restaurant in the world.

There are 107, by the way.

Priced at £182,000, here are just some of those fantastic addresses:

Le Louis XV — Alain Ducasse, Monaco

The restaurant, located within the Hotel de Paris, has been on the culinary map for the last 25 years and boasts a romantic candle-lit dinner, in an ambience that is reminiscent of the Versailles Grand Siècle epoque.

Lung King Heen, Hong Kong

The world’s first Chinese restaurant to be awarded the 3 star rating is located within the Four Seasons Hotel. The name of the restaurant translates as the ‘View of the Dragon’. Chef Chan’s menu features exquisite seafood spread and delectable dim sum.

Joël Robuchon, Las Vegas

The only 3 Michelin star restaurant in Vegas, and the only Joel Robuchon restaurant in the whole of the US, makes it a special venue, located within the MGM Grand.

The Fat Duck, England

This restaurant, headed by the man synonymous with molecular gastronomy, Heston Blumenthal, is the ultimate UK destination.

Arzak, Spain

Headed by chef Juan Mari Arzak, this restaurant is known for its contemporary spin on traditional Basque cuisine.