100 Restaurants Worth a Pilgrimage: England

F&W polled dozens of our favorite globe-trotting chefs to find out what restaurants they're dying to go to. Here, the chefs' picks in Eng...
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Bray, England: The Fat Duck

Heston Blumenthal’s molecular showcase, located an hour outside London, is widely considered one of the best restaurants in the world. Housed in a 450-year-old cottage, the spare, modern dining room has white tablecloths, a few colorful paintings and a lot of culinary fireworks. The Sound of the Sea—a dish of seaweed and fish over a sand-like mixture of tapioca, bread crumbs and miso oil—is served with an iPod so diners can listen to seaside noises while they eat. Blumenthal believes the audio makes the flavors seem more intense. thefatduck.co.uk

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