As the Quote says “SKY IS THE LIMIT” but still everyone have a dream of throwing a party at the top of the limits and feel the intensity of horizon.
Which is why it makes sense to combine a cloud-level gawp at a sprawling cityscape with dinner.
From blossom Moroccan roof terraces to whirling Chinese skyscrapers, we’ve rounded up the venues with their eye-catching interiors and delicious menus which attracts people to it.
Check out the list of the top most restaurants through out the globe which will blow your mind :-
1. Duck and Waffle, London
London’s highest restaurant is also one of its best.
Open 24 hours a day and located 230 meters above street level, Duck and Waffle has an all-day menu of sharing plates.
Chef Dan Doherty’s imaginative dishes include ox-cheek donuts with apricot jam is one of the speciality of this beauty.
Window tables on the west or southern sides have the best city views.
Haute cuisine: The namesake “duck and waffle” — crispy confit duck leg, duck egg, a fluffy waffle and lots of maple syrup. It’s even dairy- and gluten-free .
2. The Ides at The Wythe, New York City
The Ides in Brooklyn has the awesome view of any New York bar and restaurant.
This Williamsburg rooftop at The Wythe Hotel looks across the East River to Manhattan, giving guests a head-to-toe panorama of the whole island while they sip crisp martinis and share small plates.
Haute cuisine: Cocktails change with the seasons. Top of the list for summer is the Frozen Paloma, made with tequila, grapefruit, agave and lime.
3.Sky on 57, Singapore
There’s no missing Marina Bay Sands: Three towers joined by a single rooftop of bars, restaurants and a giant infinity pool.
Visitors and locals book Sky at 57 well ahead for Justin Quen’s Asian fusion menu — lobster noodles and foie gras bao, for example — and entire view across the Pacific to Malaysia.
Haute cuisine: Quen’s signature miso black cod is baked until flaky and tender, and served with lime and ginger butter with fluffy sauce.
What’s better than a bird’s-eye view of the Colosseum?
A bird’s eye view with a plateful of spaghetti of course.
That’s where Aroma, an acclaimed restaurant on top of the Palazzo Manfredi, comes in.
Aroma has huge picture windows and a garden terrace overlooking both the Colosseum and Emperor Nero’s Gardens.
Haute cuisine: The veal fillet — it’s served with fresh herbs plucked from Aroma’s terrace
5. Le Jules Verne,paris
The Eiffel Tower offers several dining options, of which the highest is Le Jules Verne.
Of course it’s touristy, but with a menu overseen by Alain Ducasse, the tasting menu is as impressive as the location.
Diners can gaze through Gustave Eiffel’s wrought-iron web across the Seine and towards Montmartre and the Sacre Coeur church.
Haute cuisine: The five-course “experience menu” includes seared langoustines and roasted pigeon.
6. Terraco Italia, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazil is mainly famous for their mind blowing dj nights and car racings,but this restro is the luv of the citizens and they show their keen interest in it.
This classic Italian restaurant lays on the romance (candlelight, a grand piano) with its views.
Terraco Italia is on the 42nd floor of Edificio Italia, Sao Paulo’s answer to the Flatiron Building and one of Brazil’s tallest structures.
There’s an outdoor terrace for 360-degree views of the Sao Paulo sprawl.
Haute cuisine: The raviolini is freshly made, stuffed with rich veal-rib ragu and served with its juices.
7. 360 Istanbul, Istanbul
Built on top of a 19th-century apartment building, 360 Istanbul is a modernist glass construction with unobstructed Istanbul views.
The outdoor terrace is particularly popular at twilight, when locals and visitors sip Turkish wines, order gourmet kebabs and watch the lights come on across the Bosphorus.
Haute cuisine: Octopus shish with a sumac glaze and quinoa and avocado salad, accompanied by a glass of Turkish Chardonnay.
8. Kozue tokyo
Movie buffs might know the Park Hyatt Tokyo’s bar from “Lost in Translation.”
Its fine-dining Japanese restaurant Kozue shares those famous views — to Mount Fuji by day, and the hazy blue cityscape by night.
Signature dishes include a wagyu beef tenderloin.
There’s also an extensive sake list.
Haute cuisine: Kozue’s gourmet takes on home-style hotpots are well worth a detour from the sushi and sashimi lists.
The cockle hotpot with yams and pork is one of the vital dishes here.
9. El Techo, San Francisco
Ice-cold margaritas, house-made chorizo skewers hot from the grill, Latin-American street food: El Techo would warrant a visit if it was a basement dive.
In fact, its rooftop eyrie above steak restaurant Lolinda is high enough to experience the beauty of all the way to San Francisco Bay.
Haute cuisine: El Techo’s margaritas made with pueblo Viejo tequila, fresh lime and triple-sec are a locals’ favorite (especially at happy hour).
10.Dos Cielos, Barcelona
Rooftop restaurants can sometimes coast on mediocre food.
Not so Dos Cielos, which has a Michelin star for Javier and Sergio Torres’ innovative cuisine.
Dos Cielos is on the 24th floor of the Melia Barcelona Sky hotel, with an outdoor terrace and views of the Mediterranean, city and mountains.
Haute cuisine: The menu degustation. The Torres’ brothers menus evolve according to what’s in season, so the tasting menu is the best way of getting a feel for their modern Catalan cooking.