In 2018, food travel is higher than ever on the holiday menu. The cuisine we encounter while travelling is not only a direct link to local cultures; the pics make a colourful addition to social media too. But how to guarantee you’re getting the best quality when it comes to destination dining? Get a seat at the top table with the Kenwood guide to hotels with Michelin Star restaurants.

The Super-exclusive One

Tapas Molecular Bar @ Mandarin Oriental Tokyo

Tapas Molecular Bar

This 38th floor restaurant grabs attention in the city’s foodie heartland of Nihonbashi with its innovative take on the art of molecular cooking. The setting is a chic lounge comprising only eight seats; exclusive, intimate, unforgettabl


The One with a Twist

Indego by Vineet @ Grosvenor House, Dubai

Indego by Vineet

Passionately reimagined Indian cuisine in a contemporary space – think toned glass, luxury furnishings and fine art décor – from Michelin Star-winning chef Vineet Bhatia. Classic tandoor flavours with a modern twist.


The Cool-crowd Fave

Bravo24 @ W Barcelona


Hit the tapas bar at the W Barcelona for hearty Catalonian dishes from the mind of Michelin-starred chef Carlos Abellán. Complemented by an impressive wine list as well as blissful beach views, the food here is a hit with Barcelonetta’s cool crowd.


Mythical Meze

Makris All Day Restaurant @ Domes Miramare, a Luxury Collection Resort, Corfu

Makris All Day Restaurant

With Greek myths to inspire the stories of today, contemporary Corfu visitors descend upon Domes Miramare’s Makris restaurant for traditional Mediterranean and Corfu cuisine. Greek meze, lobster and sea bream bourdeto come highly recommended.

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