Book Club Monday

I recently saw this book and knew right away that I had to share it with you. The book highlights a selection of some of the loveliest restaurants around the globe, each with a unique story to tell. It also makes a great gift for the holidays.

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“Reflecting the international food scene, this book presents a bucket list showing today’s most inspiring gourmet experiences.”

– Amélie Vincent – The Foodalist

Chefs, gastronomy, and lifestyle are hot topics. However, finding the ultimate dining experience around the world might be challenging and can be disappointing.

From Paris (Plaza Athénée, Septime) and Mexico City (Quintonil, Lorea) to Tokyo (Den, Florilège, Sushi Saito), Amélie Vincent, also known as The Foodalist, selects 150 must-visit restaurants around the world in her latest book 150 Restaurants You Need to Visit before You Die. These culinary hotspots promise a unique experience to the diners, through exquisite menus, original designs and creative chefs.

Founder of The Foodalist Communication Agency (www.thefoodalist.com), Amélie Vincent, is an expert in revealing culinary trends worldwide. She has the world’s best chefs in her network and works with the most influential media around the world.

Thanks to her photographer eye and her experience as a culinary journalist, 150 Restaurants You Need to Visit before You Die is the ultimate bucket list for every single foodie and gourmet traveler and the sequel to the equally standout book 150 Bars You Need to Visit Before You Die.

For more information or to purchase this book, click HERE.

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