5 Restaurants in Europe You Have to Try Featured

LUXOS has brought you the top 5 European dining experiences to add to your bucket list.  

by LUXOS Magazine

Alcazar - Paris

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Located in Rive Gauche, this quintessential Parisian brasserie offers a traditional dining experience, with breathtaking decor and atmosphere. A Michelin guide restaurant, Alcazar uses fresh ingredients and top chefs to serve you traditional dishes with an original twist. Reconnect with nature in their green based ambiance. You can try their Sunday brunch to enjoy delicacies such as an almond milk smoothie and avocado toast. Alcazar cannot be missed while strolling Rive Gauche and taking an ode from the french philosopher’s quarter.

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City Social - London

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Another triumph for esteemed chef and restaurateur, Jason Atherton, City Social sets the scene as soon as you step out of the lift. Straight away you will see the Gherkin, the Cheesegrater and all of London’s iconic structures right there in front of you. Indulge in the Cornish sea bass, Romney Marsh lamb fillet or the seafood linguine and the sommelier will be happy to pair the finest wine to your dinner choice. If you are feeling extra special, request to sit at the chef’s table. Set away from the crowds, you’ll have a window into the kitchen and a full view of the London city skyline outside. City Social is a truly magical experience and one not to miss out on. 

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One Ocean Club - Barcelona

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Located in Es Port Vell, one of the biggest marinas in the Mediterranean lays One Ocean Club, a private club that has a beautiful, open to the public, restaurant overlooking the marina. The Chef César Guillén conjures up exceptional dishes made from fresh, local produce. His seasonal menu presents a modern twist on traditional Catalan cuisine. The cocktail bar and terrace offers an all-day venue to enjoy a place to drink by the waterside.

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Carlo & Camilla in Segheria - Milan

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Against the backdrop of this ex-industrial space (sawmill or segheria) simply oozing surreal, Fellini film set-esque charm, guests dine at five long, communal tables enjoying Celebrity chef Carlo Cracco of Masterchef Italia's brilliant interpretation of Italian cuisine paired with quality wines. This restaurant provides a rustic and contemporary ambience with even better food. 

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La Locanda del Gatto Nero - Rome

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Whether you choose a table in the drawing room, the main dining room with wine kegs, exposed beams and a rustic chandelier, or the covered terrace on a mild day, you will love the seafood specialities here. The restaurant also boasts a wide selection of local and national cheeses, cold cuts as well as the top 100 labels from the best boutique vineyards.

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