Nothing beats dining with a view. We thought we had seen it all, from a treetop restaurant in Thailand to underwater dining in the Maldives, but a cliffside restaurant in France offers diners an exquisite dining experience.
Perched on the side of a rugged slope, Le Nid d'Aigle (which translates to 'eagles nest') is a restaurant in the old Roman village of Gourdon. Aside from delicious food, the restaurant offers diners a striking bird's eye view of the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. Although other mountainside restaurants exist, like Äscher cliff restaurant in Switzerland, Le Nid d'Aigle is said to have the best view in Europe.
The coronavirus crisis has hit the hospitality industry hard, forcing many restaurants to close. But others, such as former 108 chef Kristian Baumann, have taken the opportunity to open new and innovative concepts in the middle of the pandemic.