Design Contract introduces you selection of five top luxurious restaurants in Europe of Portugal, Spain, Italy, Denmark and United Kingdom. These amazing restaurants will dictate luxury restaurants decoration trends and luxury hotel design for next season so enjoy,  and get inspired and take some fantastic ideas for your restaurant or hotel interior design, as well as cuisine. Follow my links to know them better!

Casa da Calçada, Portugal

Casa da Calçada built during the 16th century, to become a  master  palace of Count de Redondo is declared by the Portuguese Government as a building of high architectonical, historical and cultural relevance, maintaining its neo-classical elements in a romantic atmosphere, which invites travelling to the past, in a homelike and welcoming ambience. The estate was fully recovered in 2001 and it already is, one of the most emblematic and representative of  Portuguese hospitality. In November 2003, Casa da Calçada became member of the renowned Relais & Châteaux Association.


Chef Vitor Matos inherited the Michelin Star last year. Yet, this year’s repeat designation firmly recognizes Matos’ own merit. The cuisine is traditional Portuguese with contemporary creativity. Regional ingredients change with the season, meaning you need to return again and again. Several tasting menus available. For the very best of Chef Matos, try the Imperial Tasting Menu, with wine pairing


Osteria Francescana, Italy

Osteria Francescana is a restaurant owned and run by chef Massimo Bottura in ModenaItaly. The restaurant was voted fourth best in the world by Restaurant magazine in 2011 and third best in 2013. It is rated with three stars by the Michelin Red Guide and holds the first position on the Italian food guide l’Espresso – Ristoranti d’Italia.


Massimo Bottura -a key figure among a new generation of Italian chefs. He often describes his kitchen as ‘Traditional seen from ten miles away’. Cheff is constantly Breaking the rules and traditions juxtaposed with a dose of irreverence. Ech plate is inviting surprise, a reconstruction of an idea, a memory, a play on words or a wry smile rendered into a singular gesture. Massimo Bottura cooking engages with art, music, literature and pop culture. His conceptual approach to cooking reflects this exchange of ideas.


El Celler de Can Roca, Spain

The eatery which serves olives on a bonsai tree has taken first place in the restaurant Oscar. A Spanish family restaurant set up by two brothers next to their parents’ bar has been named the best in the world. El Celler de Can Roca , whose menu has featured caramelised olives served on a bonsai tree, was opened by Joan and Josep Roca in a working-class Catalonian neighbourhood in 1986.The Roca brothers’ avant-garde eatery in Girona, north east Spain, now heads a top-10 lineup dominated by Spanish cuisine.


Chef Joan Roca of the three-Michelin-star El Celler de Can Roca (currently ranked #2 on the World’s 50 Best List) has been developing El Somni, a culinary opera, with his brothers Jordi and Josep and the video artist Franc Aleu. The project consists of twelve acts accompanied by twelve courses of food. The piece contains musical robots, state-of-the-art animation, and the contributions of major players in the worlds of art, music, and food.



Noma, Denmark

Minimalism at its very best, Danish restaurant Noma, also the Michelin Star Award winner, promises an unlike-any-other package.


Chef Rene Redzepi of Noma, dubbed “the rising star of European Cuisine”, has cooked at some of the world’s most well-known restaurants including The French Laundry, El Bulli and Le Jardin des Sens in Montpellier. Having learnt from the best, what Chef Rene offers at Noma, is, according to the restaurant, his “personal rendition of Nordic gourmet cuisine with an innovative gastronomic take on traditional cooking methods, fine Nordic produce and the legacy of our shared food heritage”. Having been described as offering “an emotive, intense, liberating way of eating, unlike any other”,Noma has established its “difference” in rediscovering and bringing back to Denmark, outstanding foods from across the Nordic regions.


Booking a table here however, is anything but simple. Bookings here are open only one day in a month and this too for reservations that can only be made three months down the line or more.


Alain Ducasse, Great Britain

One of only four restaurants to have three Michelin stars in the UK, Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester, headed up by Executive Chef Jocelyn Herland and his award-winning team, has long-been one of the world’s most talked about restaurants. On our visit, we were pleased to see it live up to such high expectations.


Star of the restaurant- Alain Ducasse is one of the world’s most rated chefs-Jocelyn Herland. Known not only for his incomparable French cuisine in Alain Ducasse he has created innovative dining concepts reflecting international influences, and consequently has earned a reputation for phenomenal cuisine.


“The product is the only truth. A turbot without a stroke of genius is better than a genius without turbot. Each good product, grown with love and respect, in its distinctive land, has an incomparable flavor. Without which, a chef is nothing.” say  Alain Ducasse. Chef’s philosophy: overcome outside objectives as well as my own limitations in order to move forward.


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