Good news for fans of fine dining.
has revealed the winning restaurants from its 2016 Travellers' Choice Awards.
As for the world's number one restaurant? You'll need to travel to Spain to enjoy a meal there. For the second year in a row, the top spot went to Basque chef Martin Berasategui, who runs his eponymous restaurant in Lasarte-Oria, a small town near San Sebastián. According to one review, Berasategui's innovative menu is "culinary poetry."
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Chef Berasategui has eight Michelin stars to his name in total.
A 15th-century inn with three Michelin stars.
A three-star establishment located in the spectacular Alsace region of France.
Raymond Blanc's flagship restaurant has held on to its two Michelin stars since 1985.
This Almalfi Coast restaurant, regarded as one of the finest in Italy, has been praised for its use of locally grown produce.
American chef Grant Achatz is loved for his inventive plates at Alinea.
Owned by French chefs Michel and Alain Roux, this restaurant with rooms also has the perfect riverside view.
The place to go for French cuisine in the Brazilian rainforest.
Adam's was named the best fine dining restaurant in the UK in 2015, thanks to its contemporary British menu.
Azurmendi, which has a vegetable garden on the roof, also won The Sustainable Restaurant Award in 2014.