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The world's best restaurants to visit while on a superyacht

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Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

London, UK

Each year the World's 50 Best Restaurants Awards pick the top restaurants from across the world. The list is created from the votes of The Diners Club World’s 50 Best Restaurants Academy, an influential group of almost 1,000 international leaders in the restaurant community.

Here is our selection of the best to visit while on a superyacht.

1. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London

The Michelin-starred chef may be known for his cutting edge, futuristic approach to fine dining, but for his London restaurant, Blumenthal has delved into the past to create dishes deeply rooted in history.

The ethos behind the restaurant is a focus on creating dishes inspired by historical English recipes, reworked to produce a menu with flair and precision that suits the modern palette. With its whimsical names and detailed biographies of each of the dishes, dining at the Knightsbridge restaurant provides a lesson into Britain’s culinary past.

Stand out dish: Meat Fruit. Based on an old English tradition of making one food look like another, the restaurant’s signature dish is a smooth chicken liver parfait encased in a zingy mandarin jelly ‘peel’ to create what looks exactly like a small dimpled orange.

Location: Despite being situated in the dining room of the Grand Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Knightsbridge, Dinner has a relaxed feel with dark wood furnishings, unclothed tables and stunning views over Hyde Park. Dock your superyacht at St Katherine’s Docks and take a quick taxi ride to the restaurant.

Picture courtesy of Instagram/ @thehestonblumenthalteam

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