The Peak Weekend Guide: The Best Restaurants Around the World

The Peak presents some of the best restaurants from around the world. Choose from an array of truly unique dining experiences.

From delectable pastries to innovative interpretations to the finest ingredients. Here we present to you some of the best restaurants from around the world. As night falls, diners will enjoy a theatrical ambience matched with award-winning dishes and a truly unique dining experience.

L’Atelier Robuchon – The Woodward Geneva, Switzerland

An elegant and unmissable culinary address in Geneva – L’Atelier Robuchon, has been awarded one Michelin star. The restaurant offers a world-class dining experience headed by Executive Chef Olivier Jean. First of its kind in Switzerland, the restaurant creates a theatrical dining experience in a dimly lit and intimate atmosphere.

The Dinner

It showcases an amazing gastronomic performance through its legendary open kitchen. Also, it is resembling a culinary ballet choreography that allows participants to embark on a journey through the senses.

Olivier brings Joël Robuchon’s French-Asian fusion concept to life at L’Atelier Robuchon, striving to astonish guests with unusual flavour combinations. To satisfy the senses through remarkable dishes and pioneering techniques, the interpretation is a combination of French originality with distinct Asian influences.

The Peak’s Recommendation

Sologne Imperial Caviar and Crab glazed with a lobster jus | Swiss Alpine Beef topped with foie gras (a famed and decadent French meal named after the famous composer – Rossini) | Seared Blue Lobster accompany by simmered vegetables and an aromatic bisque. Savour delectable desserts such as Vintage Port paired with ‘the Black Forest’, similar to a mushroom in texture, and flavoured with sour Morello cherries, a light kirsch mousse, and creamy chocolate.


OKU – Regent Phu Quoc, Vietnam


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Private, intimate and deep are elements Oku believes in to create a memorable dining experience for guests (like you). Oku is the purest expression of Regent Phu Quoc’s Taste Gallery – an enchanting contemporary Japanese-French restaurant showcasing the finest techniques and ingredients from both worlds. The concept is an innovative addition to Vietnam’s culinary scene, with both Salon de Boeuf and an Omakase Atelier, offering guests the finest culinary creations with meticulous attention to detail, from food to interior.

The Dinner

The menu at Oku focuses on creating dishes that are both thoughtfully and deliciously prepared while remaining gastronomically refined. Designed by emerging Chef Andy Huynh, the seasonal menu embraces a wide selection of traditional dishes served with an unconventional twist. A modern twist on the classic brasserie, Oku’s menu is rooted in the French tradition of combining the perfect blend of fresh ingredients with timeless execution.

The Peak’s Recommendation

Japanese Golden Eye Snapper with Umeshu and Dill | Wagyu Beef Croquettes | Dover Sole with Yuzu Caviar Beurre Blanc | Japanese A5 Wagyu Striploin with Wasabi Crème Fraiche and Aged Balsamic

Omakase selection can be made between a gourmet and a classic menu and it includes dishes: Foie Gras Chawanmushi | Salad Niçoise | Wagyu Beef Tartare


Bar Jade

Worth mentioning at this time: a hidden speakeasy parlour – Bar Jade is nestled deep inside Regent Phu Quoc, where only word of mouth find their way. Discover the entrance to the bar by walking towards the alley where Oku and Rice Market restaurants are situated. Pushed it open a secret patterned wooden door, that will leads you to a bygone era of luxury train travel with rich colours of Jade and hues of green that adorn the furnishings. Inspired by the jade waters of Phu Quoc Island, the design goes deep into exploring Vietnam’s rich ethnic crafts and the retro displays continue to echo down the centuries.

At Bar Jade, cocktails are inspired by gemstones, crafted around the idea of sensory experiences and ingredients lead to stories. The experimental cocktail menu includes rare spirits and the meticulous craftsmanship from friendly bartenders will whip up bespoke sips tailored to guests’ preferences.


Le Bristol Paris – 114 Faubourg

La Grande Table Marocaine at 114 Faubourg

The legendary traditions of French and Moroccan ‘art de vivre’ will reach their fullest expression under the same roof at the Bristol restaurant in Paris – Le Bristol Paris. Decorated with warm colours, 114 Faubourg features a banquet hall finished with lavish embroidery. It’s atmosphere is perfectly suited to the takeover of Morocco’s most majestic restaurant to reinforce authenticity.

The Dinner

Showcasing the extraordinary cuisine of world-renowned chef Eric Frechon, the restaurant is having their six-cource dinner for New Year’s Eve.


Martha Hardy’s Kitchen – South Australia


Martha Hardy’s Kitchen is Mount Lofty Estate’s new A’la Carte restaurant for both in-house guests and visitors to the stunning Adelaide Hills venue. It has become a destination for dining in South Australia known for its epicurean delights. The restaurant’s signature slow-cooked lamb is definitely a must-eat.


Vistajet Private Dining – Hong Kong > Singapore > Maldives

A once-in-a-lifetime private dinner at 45,000 feet above the sky is offered exclusively by VistaJet, the first and only global business aviation company as they are serving private dining menus across all flights from Asia. On its iconic fleet of aircraft flying to 187 countries around the world, the curated gourmet menu – Soldeggio features dishes from the best restaurants across the globe.

Hong Kong

The team of Michelin-starred Tosca di Angelo at The Ritz Carlton Hong Kong thoughtfully prepared the tempting three-course menu, Soldeggio. The meal begins with a citrusy appetizer featuring wild Hokkaido hamachi, fennel, and orange to awaken the taste buds. Then, a Lasagnetta with mushrooms ragoût and taleggio fondue are served for the main course. The hot pasta and melted cheese served shortly after. The meal ends with a coffee-infused traditional tiramisu with Amedei chocolate to leave guests satisfied.


When departing from Singapore, passengers can enjoy a hearty farm-to-table meal from the award-winning Origin Grill at Shangri-La Singapore, headed by Chef de Cuisine Nathan Griffin. All the ingredients used are sustainable and ethically harvested. Chef Nathan starts off the meal with a poached Boston lobster salad with Tuscan kale, followed by avocado mousse, chorizo crumb and a citrus dressing. Following a delicately grilled Williams river crossbred Wagyu tenderloin that comes from award-winning farms paired with beetroot puree and spaghetti. Dinner ends with a passionfruit babà with a Mango cremeux, Pavlova meringue and mascarpone.


The next stop comes to Maldives. The first overwater Zuma Restaurant in the world at Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi is delivering an ultimate dining experience by Chef Ivan Alvarez. An exclusive pickled dish meticulously curated by the team for Vistajet diners includes sustainably sourced toothfish, a superfood with high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids, balancing the meal with citrus flavours to refresh the palate.

Among the many innovative offerings at the Waldorf Astoria Maldives, VistaJet Members who stay on the resort’s crown jewel can also experience exclusive private Zuma dining directly in their private villa.


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