While pizza and casual eats dominated the takeaway scene for years, fine dining restaurants are also switching to delivery in order to survive closure orders during the pandemic. Curious about what Michelin star food looks like to-go? Here’s a taste of what you can expect from three restaurants around the world…
Michelin Star Food To-Go
Noma recently introduced takeaway burgers to its offerings, pairing with local burger joint Gasoline Grill. These $13 (to-go) burgers can also be enjoyed at their outdoor garden, which is temporarily a wine bar.
Alinea in Chicago has also switched from its world-famous creative tasting menus to comfort food. Instead of a 16-18 course tasting menu experience, guests can order a three-course menu for takeout.
This Michelin star restaurant in Bangkok is serving their gourmet Thai fare for takeaway, including Thai giant river prawns with creamy rice and shrimp paste. Instructions on how to plate the dishes take it to the next level.
This famous London restaurant offers world-class Chinese cuisine, from crispy Peking duck to their signature Hakka noodles. You can order all sorts of tasty Dim Sum for delivery or takeout.