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This New York establishment was rated the best restaurant in North America and number three in the world. Serving modern French cuisine with a distinct U.S. spin, Chef Daniel Humm is known for visual creations, such as this edible flower entrée.
Melbourne's hottest restaurant shuts the rule book with a daily changing menu. Each day, fresh ingredients from Brae’s on-site organic fruit and vegetable garden and local farmers are collected to create unique dishes, such as a scallop and lemon aspen tart and asparagus spear in sea butter.
The Nolita bar-restaurant serves small Mediterranean plates in an unpretentious, cafe-like setting.
This classic French restaurant in the heart of Hong Kong serves one of China's most Instagrammed dishes: sea urchin from Hokkaido set in lobster gelée.
Biko claims to focus on "techno-emotional cooking," also known as molecular gastronomy. The Mexico City establishment combines Spanish and Mexican cuisine to create dishes like foamed cauliflower and artichokes.