Based on a poll of customer reviews a country pub in North Yorkshire has been named the best restaurant in the world. The list of fine dining restaurants was compiled by TripAdvisor and The Black Swan in Oldstead, on the edge of the North York Moors was in the first place.
TripAdvisor first started publishing its list in 2012, but this is the first time a British restaurant has taken the travel website’s global top spot. The Black Swan, which has a Michelin star and four AA rosettes. The head chef, Tommy Banks, the UK’s youngest Michelin-starred chef. “We serve a Tasting Menu using the best produce on each individual day,” their official website says. On the menu, consumes can ask Pea and Elderfower, Chicken Dumpling, Squid Dressed in Horseradish Juice, Lobster with Onion and Gooseberry, Crapaudine Beetroot cooked slowly in Beef Fat, Texel Lamb with Turnip and Mint and many more.
Best worlds's restaurant in 2017
The TripAdvisor website describes The Black Swan as: “A tantalising trip for the taste buds. This restaurant is truly a box of delights. The flavours, combinations of ingredients and skill in putting together the menu are joyous.” To know, a tasting menu costs £95 per person. This year, the second place went to another British restaurants but the third and fourth spots went to establishments in France: Maison Lameloise in Chagny, and L’Auberge de l’Ill in Illhaeusern.