RIDE ON

From New York to Tokyo and ev­ery­where in be­tween, these restau­rants are musts on ev­ery bucket list.

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Dur­ing a wine tast­ing while in Paris, the dis­cus­sion turned to restau­rants and I shared my frus­tra­tion about not be­ing able to get a book­ing at Sep­time. One of the guests at the ta­ble, Xavier, hap­pened to sup­ply wines to Sep­time. He said he could get me a ta­ble, then hopped on his scooter and booked me in. The at­mos­phere in Sep­time is ca­sual and fuss-free, and ser­vice is at­ten­tive and metic­u­lous like a fine din­ing res­tau­rant. All dishes had a min­i­mal­ist aes­thetic but the cook­ing tech­niques re­flected an un­der­stand­ing of tex­tures, flavours, and bal­ance. My favourites: the bouil­lon of mush­room, squid, egg yolk, and win­ter truf­fles. 80 Rue de Charonne, Paris. Tel: +33 1 43 67 38 29. www.sep­time-charonne.fr

Lobster at Eleven Madi­son Park, New York Swan liv­ers ryazhenka with Antonovka ap­ple marsh­mal­low and wooden can­dies at White Rab­bit, Rus­sia

Liq­uid waf­fle at Maaemo Res­tau­rant, Oslo

In­spired by a poem, The Sea at Po­etic Culi­naria, San Fran­cisco fea­tures oys­ters, fish eggs, and sea urchin

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