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Top 5 restaurants in Europe

July 8, 2015 Top 5 restaurants in Europe

Even though Taste festival is finished for another summer, we’re already booking our tickets for the festive edition taking place near our studio in Tobacco Dock this November. Since we at Egelnick and Webb, appreciate fine dining, we gathered a list of our TOP 5 restaurants in Europe right now. In addition we really appreciate the great branding solutions applied by the below candidates. They have all peaked our taste buds on every level:

El Celler de Can Roca

Girona, Spain

Founded by brothers Joan and Josep Roca in 1986, this Michelin-starred restaurant is often called the No.1 restaurant in the world. It offers an avant-garde twist on the traditional Catalonian cuisine.

What’s so unique about them: 

The fact that one of the founders, Josep, has a collection of 60,000 bottles of wine located in the cellar just below the restaurant. Also, a selection of truffle bon bons and caramelized olives sound quite unique to us.


Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

London, UK

As famous, chef Heston Blumenthal’s restaurant The Fat Duck, celebrates British cooking and creates unique culinary, borderline scientific results in the kitchen.

What’s so unique about them:

Signature dishes, such as meat fruit (a ball of chicken liver parfait encased in mandarin jelly) and tipsy cake (brioche soaked in Sauternes, brandy and vanilla cream served with spit-roast pineapple).



Copenhagen, Denmark

Number one in The Best Restaurants in World 2014. Nova provides a real Scandinavian taste.

What’s so unique about them:

Dishes are in step with the seasons; such as milk curd and the first garlic crops of 2015; and seasonal green shoots of spring with a scallop marinade.



Madrid, Spain

Founded by a very young, talented chef David Munoz, Diverxo offers a great range of the most creative, perfectly executed tasting menus from first-class ingredients and is voted No.1 for Food in Madrid.

What’s so unique about them:

Take a look at the website and get back to us…


Osteria Francescana

Modena, Italy

Very elegant Italian restaurant serves a range of their signature dishes, but also includes some deliciously executed classics, such as tagliatelle with hand-chopped ragu and risotto cooked with veal jus. You should visit Osteria Franciscan if you’d like to taste such exclusive snacks as rabbit macaroons or suckling pig with balsamic vinegar.

What’s so unique about them:

Book published by Osteria Francescana’s chef Massimo Bottura under a very charming name Never Trust a Skinny Italian Chef.

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