Top 5 Cool European Restaurants

Posted on Thursday, August 21st, 2014 at 11:24 am


With such a wide variety of choice, finding a restaurant with a good location, unique menu and a cool atmosphere is virtually impossible. Add to that, finding the restaurant in a foreign city, and you could be on Google forever! So here at 7 For All Mankind, we've done the leg work for you and narrowed down our five favourite restaurants in our five favourite holiday locations. Bon appetit!


Located in the former Marylebone Fire Station in West London, Chiltern Firehouse has taken the city by storm. Frequented by celebrities and food enthusiasts alike, chef Nuno Mendes has been accredited with exciting experimental creations such as Crab Doughnuts, while the building itself, a stunning grade II listed building, creates the perfect atmosphere for a special evening out. Watch the chefs prepare your food from the open kitchen and enjoy the grandiose space of the fire station.


If you're looking for a playful evening in Paris, Derriere will fulfil all of your wishes. From its clandestine location, theatrical and kitsch décor, to its fun and eclectic menu, you are guaranteed a unique dining experience. Whilst you wait for your meals, play table football or browse the eclectic selection of books, and when you're finished with dinner (an experience in itself), head for drinks next door at Andy Wahloo.


Michelin Star chef Tim Raue has garnered his reputation through his Asian inspired cuisine, bringing together culinary inspiration from Japan, Thailand and China. Chic and sophisticated, the restaurant offers an enticing menu that's guaranteed to make you swoon whilst you enjoy an evening at one of Berlin's top eateries.


Matsuhisa is the beautifully-lit poolside restaurant of the stunning Belvedere Hotel in Mykonos. If it's a decadent dining experience you're looking for, the Nobu chef's latest Japanese-fusion restaurant will not disappoint. Matsuhisa's menu matches the standards of his growing repertoire of worldwide restaurants, with fresh fish from the Aegean sea prepared right in front of you.


This seemingly quaint beach restaurant in Ibiza is a favourite of locals and visitors alike, famous for its seaside fun. Afternoons at Beso consist of long lunches and relaxed drinks, while Beso after dark is the perfect cocktail spot that boasts excellent parties.

What are your favourite European restaurants? Are there any you adore that we've missed of our list? We'd love to know!