Ring in 2017 with new dishes and new joints! Whether you’re craving for burgers in food trucks or Israeli food served in sophisticated architecture, we’ve got it here all for you. From London to Greece, here are the five restaurants that you need to book a reservation for in 2017!
Jean-Georges in The Connaught, London, United Kingdom
The world-renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten who opened the three-Michelin star Jean-Georges in New York has decided to open a casual restaurant at The Connaught Hotel in London. This time he wanted to cater to a wider target market.
Expect simple yet exquisite dishes at the new establishment in London, like Black Angus hamburgers. Served in a casual ambience, the architect John Heah intends to deliver Vongerichten’s wish to design it akin to a simple neighborhood restaurant.
Patio at The Margi, Athens Riviera, Greece
Opening in April, The Patio serves many creative dishes such as the Birth of Venus, The Chicken or Egg Causality Dilemma and Peaches in Renaissance Paintings. Chef Panagiotis Giakalis will create amazing Mediterranean dishes using their fresh ingredients from their farm. What else would you want from a restaurant?
Moreover, The Patio only has nine tables! So if you’re interested, head over to the website and book a table now! With delectable delights and affordable price, The Patio will surely be one of the best new restaurants of 2017.
Bala Baya, London, United Kingdom
Transport yourself to the Bauhaus of Tel Aviv in the heart of London. Bala Baya tells the story of chef Eran Tibi and Sammy Shonn’s interpretation of Tel Aviv: from the dishes, the people, to the eating habits.
A bakery by morning and restaurant by night, Bauhaus of Tel Aviv is filled with unthinkable menus that will satisfy both your taste buds and your Instagram feed. If you don’t have time to sit and enjoy your meal for lunch, grab a braised beef shoulder and share it with your coworkers (or not)!
Hilma, Stockholm, Sweden
What is Hilma, you ask? It’s not just a bar and it’s not just a restaurant: it’s also a tattoo parlour! As a triple delight, it’s no wonder Hilma attracts many visitors from all over the world. Where else can you get a tattoo while you wait for food to be served at your table? And not only do they serve tender steak tartare, they also serve ramen on the menu. Satisfy your cravings for all kinds of food, cocktails, and tattoos right here at Hilma.
IGNIV at Badrutt’s Palace, St Moritz, Switzerland
Having been a Michelin-star success at the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, Chef Andreas Caminada is opening the second IGNIV venture in St Moritz, Switzerland. With aesthetic plating and setting, Andreas presents culinary artworks at its peak. IGNIV does not disclose its menu on its website, so unless you visit the restaurant, there’s no way of knowing what surprise meal you’re missing out on.
Photo credits: Maybourne Hotel Group, Patio, Bala Baya, Hilma, IGNIV