The Four Seasons has teamed up with chefRené Redzepito curate a food tour that will stop in nine amazing locations around the world.
From Seoul to Paris, with Tokyo, Mumbai and Copenhagen thrown in for good measure, the tour will take in some of the world’s most exciting dining destinations as chosen by Redzepi himself.
People are being offered the chance to “track the evolution of food, culture and creativity across Asia and Europe” during a trip that takes in amazing restaurants, private kitchens and street food tours in some of the tastiest places on the planet.
Destinations on the trip include: Seoul, with a trip to the Jungsik restaurant; Tokyo, with a stop at L'Effervescence and the legendary Kobe beef destination Yakiniku Nakahara; Hong Kong; Chang Mai; Mumbai, with a chance to prepare traditional Indian food with former Noma chef Garima Arora; Florence, to sample food from the poetic butcher Dario Cecchini; Lisbon, for a food tour with Nuno Mendes; Copenhagen, with a private dinner at Noma; and Paris, with dinner at Le Cinq.
All travel will take place on the Four Seasons' private jet - a truly amazing eating experience that will last just over two weeks, from May 27 - June 14.
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