What comes to your mind when you hear the term ‘fine-end dining’? Gordon Ramsay, Michelin Stars or the French cuisine, may be. France has been dominating the culinary universe for a long time now and it is evident from the fact that over half of all the restaurants who have been awarded the prestigious Michelin stars, prepare the dishes from French cuisine. Be it The Fat Duck, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay or The French Laundry, French cuisine has ruled the culinary world, and London and New York have been the Mecca for the food lovers from all around the world.
Fast forward to 2017, a unique city has come up to the map of the culinary world which has taken the world and the critics by storm and has become the 3rd city to host the prestigious 50 Best Restaurants Awards, 2017, the other two being New York and London. We are talking about none other than the Victorian capital, Melbourne. Though Melbourne might not be able to boast the number of Michelin-starred restaurants, yet, one thing which makes Melbourne stand out from the rest of the pack, is its versatility. On one hand, when the other European honchos boast about their French prowess, Melbourne has a host of fine-dining restaurants and diners who serve various classic cuisines, such as The Press Club which specializes in Greek cuisine, Movida with its subtle Spanish twist, Longrain and HuTong Dumpling Bar which are famous for their Chinese cuisine. Apart from these, Attica has made its name as Australia’s best and is currently ranked as the 32nd best restaurant in the world.
These restaurants and diners have proved that Melbourne is ready to take the mantle as one of the world’s best when it comes to culinary experience and our company, Pacific Holidays is solely dedicated to bring out the charm of Melbourne and introduce it on the global forum. We have very exciting offers for our customers in the US, who are planning to visit Australia. You can get to see Sydney, Melbourne, and Fiji in a 13 days and 10 nights trip for just $1,999 per person. So, what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and book a trip to the Victorian state with Pacific Holidays and get to experience the new culinary capital of the world, Melbourne.