World Food Day special: Gourmet gorging across the globe, from Maldives to Zanzibar
Eating out at a restaurant is always a little celebration, and the celebration doubles if it is among the top restaurants in the world.
There are some spots that will make the experience unforgettable with hospitality and exquisite flavours.
Whether posited on the rock in Sydney Harbour or under the Philippines Waterfall, these restaurants will leave you speechless.
Huvafen Fushi, North Malé, Maldives
A five-star private island resort famous for its sparkling pool offers an exclusive dining experience for its guest. From eating on the beach with the sand under your feet to interactive wine cellar course.
The 43 bungalows ensure the privacy of the guests and the world-quality service makes their holiday an unforgettable experience.
Quay in The Rocks, Sydney Harbour, Australia
Contemporary Australian cuisine is at the helm of Sydney’s fine dining scene and Quay in The Rocks is one of the city’s best examples.
Perched on the edge of Sydney Harbour, the restaurant features dishes that are highly imaginative, nature-inspired and thoughtfully considered.
The Labassin Waterfall Restaurant, Villa Escudero Resort, San Pablo City, Philippines
The unique surrounding is all-natural and barely touched by people. Visitors enjoy authentic local cuisine and dine at the bamboo tables.
Their feet are rinsed by the crystal clear water. What could be more refreshing in this humid climate! The running waterfall works as a natural air conditioner.
The Rock Restaurant, Zanzibar
The island in the Indian Ocean attracts with its white sandy beaches, crystal clear warm water and pleasant climate.
Among many resorts, tourists are intrigued to have a romantic dinner at The Rock Restaurant. The spot is located on the Michanwi Pingwe beach.
The huge rock, posited in the water, was used as the base for the cosy restaurant. It can be reached by walking, swimming or a canoe. The Rock specialises in seafood, which is always fresh and delicious.
The fresh breeze from the Ocean, calming sound of the tides and delicious dinner will make the experience great and unique in Africa.
Grotta Palazzese, Polignano a Mare, Italy
The fishing village of Polignano a Mare in Apulia itself is a very interesting coastal place to visit in Italy.
Meanwhile, the restaurant, installed in a cave at the seaside, is one of the most famous and desirable places to dine here.
The limestone cavern has been serving as a spot to hold various events since the 1700s!