Topaz boasts an element that makes it unique: the presence of chef Papa Alain Darc, a man that holds an almost mystical connection with his ingredients. Topaz regularly receives shipments straight from the legendary Parisian Rungis Market, including oysters, milk-fed veal, and, of course, French wines that are treasured in this region.
p>Only 7 km north of Cannes, in the hilltops of Côte d’Azur, one of the most innovating cuisines in the South of France is emerging. Paloma Restaurant is a baroque establishment that has earned two Michelin stars thanks to its sophisticated and intricate dishes conceived by Chef Nicolas Decheri.
Inside an 18th century building, only ten minutes from Promenade de la Croisette in Cannes, we find this icon of French cuisine, considered the finest in the region.
The most recognized cuisine establishment in Cannes, the only one which has maintained its two Michelin stars since 1991, and the seat of the best dishes in the city.
Old Monaco has been charmed by the Maya Bay restaurant. This new proposal by Chef Christophe Dupuy has made waves in the principality, not only because of its dishes, but also because of the revolutionary interior design by Sylvestre Murigneux.
Alain Ducasse was not satisfied. The three-Michelin star winner still felt that something was missing in the Le Louis XV—jewel of haute cuisine that first opened its doors in the 19th century—of which he was now responsible.
The renowned Chef-restauranteur Joël Robuchon had a vision: he would open one of the most exclusive restaurants in Monaco at the Metropole hotel. And in 2004, it came to be.
Chef Gabriel Coquel is the mastermind of this unique restaurant. Tandory is the end-product of a dream, where Asian, Latin, and Mediterranean cuisines fuse to the satisfaction of experienced palates in search of a variety of flavors and aromas.
The aroma coming from the grill—key element of Uruguayan cuisine—welcomes costumers inside this sophisticated and refined eatery, named Best of Montevideo in 2010, and which won the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence five years in a row. It is the Francis restaurant, distinguished by its romantic and warm atmosphere.
In 2000, Juan and Elisa Bouza began an adventure that would lead them to restore a historic winery built in 1942. Ever since, Bodega Bouza has consolidated as one of most award-winning Uruguayan wine producers in the world.