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5 Restaurants Recommended by Michelin-rated Chefs

For your dining-out wish list.

1. Quintonil, Mexico City. “The cuisine pays homage to traditional Mexican cooking, ingredients, and techniques while modernizing and exploring in a thoughtful, delicious way.” —Kyle Connaughton, SingleThread Farms, Healdsburg, California

2. Central, Lima, Peru. “You can’t find chef Virgilio and his team's discoveries anywhere else.” —Namae Shinobu, L’Effervescence, Tokyo

3. Restaurant Simon Taxacher, Tyrol, Austria. “Simon Taxacher’s French Mediterranean cooking with regional influences exudes individuality and courage.” —Juan Amador, Restaurant Amador, Vienna

4. Toqué!, Quebec, Canada. “Toqué! produce amazing pork, cheese, vegetables, and foraged wild bushes.” —Daniel Boulud, Daniel, New York

5. Raymond’s, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. “Everything they make is unique to the region.” —Nicole Krasinki, The Progress and State Bird Provisions, San Francisco