Amador: Germany's most idiosyncratic dining experience.

Amador: Germany's most idiosyncratic dining experience.

Martin Berasategui:  his style is rooted in traditionalism, in his native Basque country's rich culinary heritage, and yet, he cooks resolutely modernistic food.

Martin Berasategui: his style is rooted in traditionalism, in his native Basque country's rich culinary heritage, and yet, he cooks resolutely modernistic food.

Jimbocho Den: few top restaurants are such fun to eat in.

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Cuisine[s] Michel Troisgros: an intelligent restaurant that engages with its location.

Everything about The World’s Best Restaurants, Hotels & Wine

Hotel de Ville: Classical, product-focused cuisine of the highest order.

Hotel de Ville: Classical, product-focused cuisine of the highest order.

Steinheuer's Restaurant: using classical German dishes and turning them into complex dishes is what makes Steinheuer's food so interesting.

Steinheuer's Restaurant: using classical German dishes and turning them into complex dishes is what makes Steinheuer's food so interesting.

L'Arnsbourg: looks rather funky for this old house.

Everything about The World’s Best Restaurants, Hotels & Wine

Osteria Francescana: appealing to a group of well-travelled, trend-seeking groupies, this restaurant is capable of brilliance, but mostly fails to live up to the billing.

Osteria Francescana: appealing to a group of well-travelled, trend-seeking groupies, this restaurant is capable of brilliance, but mostly fails to live up to the billing.

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