Best Star Chef Restaurants

Vote for your favorite in the 2018 Platinum List Awards

May / June 2018
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Some are culinary legends, others are generating new buzz. Here—from Europe, the States, Japan and Peru—are the showcases of acclaimed chefs. Help us determine the best in luxury travel for the 2018 Celebrated Living Platinum List Awards. Your vote will help select the top restaurants. Voting ends June 30. Read about the winners in our Platinum List Awards issue, on planes September 1.

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Azurmendi

Vizcaya, Spain

Eneko Atxa, chef/owner of the Michelin-starred Azurmendi, highlights the Basque Country’s home-grown produce with his inventive menu, using environmentally friendly products and sustainable practices.

 

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Bazaar Mar

Miami, Florida, United States

Inside the SLS Brickell Hotel, James Beard Award-winning chef José Andrés cooks up a variety of ways to prepare fish with an extensive raw bar.

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Belcanto

Lisbon, Portugal

At his Michelin-starred eatery, chef Jose Avillez updates classic Portuguese dishes with modern twists, such as oxtail with chickpea and foie gras.

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Carbone

New York City, New York, United States

In a hip, brick-walled space in Greenwich Village, chef Mario Carbone’s eponymous Italian-American restaurant reimagines traditional Italian dishes.

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El Celler de Can Roca

Girona, Spain

Opened in 1986 by the Roca brothers (Joan, Josep and Jordi), the Michelin-starred restaurant’s most famous course is the “World,” which includes five small dishes representing each country that inspired the chef.

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Central

Lima, Peru

Chef Virgilio Martinez takes diners on a journey with exotic fruits, vegetables and herbs sourced from the Andes, the Amazon and the sea.

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Compère Lapin

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

Top Chef runner-up Nina Compton fuses Caribbean and French cuisine with traditional New Orleans spices.

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Daniel

New York City, New York, United States

Chef Daniel Boulud’s namesake Michelin-starred eatery serves contemporary French cuisine and boasts a world-class wine cellar accommodating 25,000 bottles.

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Epicure

Paris, France

Inside the iconic five-star hotel Le Bristol, chef Eric Frechon redefines classic French gastronomy with chic presentations.

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Minibar

Washington, D.C., United States

Chef José Andrés presents an avant-garde dining experience at his Michelin-starred eatery, which only seats 12 guests at a time.

 

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Osteria Francescana

Modena, Italy

Chef Massimo Bottura turns each course at his Michelin-starred restaurant into theatre.

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Osteria Mozza

Los Angeles, California, United States

Chef Nancy Silverton puts her spin on Italian cooking with handcrafted pasta dishes, imported Italian cheeses and an expansive amaro list.

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Vetri Cucina

Philadelphia, United States

Chef Marc Vetri serves rustic Italian fare with unique flavor combinations and artful presentations.

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Yebisu

Tokyo, Japan

Inside the Westin Tokyo, you can watch chef Toshio Numajiri and chef Hiroyuki Saito artfully cook on a teppanyaki grill.

 

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