A three-Michelin-star restaurant called Mirazur – that’s touted as the best restaurant in the world – is coming as a pop-up to a waterside location in Sydney. It will be in the city for three weeks under the direction of chef-owner Mauro Colagreco and some of his staff.

The pop-up version of the esteemed restaurant will be named Mirazur Beyond Borders at The Gantry. The original Mirazur is located in in Menton, France and has previously won the best restaurant in the world on the The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

The Sydney pop-up iteration of the acclaimed restaurant will be located in the city at Pier One Sydney Harbour from March 10 to March 31. It will be serving up decadent fare that aims to highlight the best of Australia’s produce.

“Mirazur Beyond Borders is the opportunity for us to enrich our knowledge, philosophy and commitment. I have visited Australia a few times and what excites me is that it is a country where there is a huge diversity of nature, landscapes, and species,” Colagreco said.

“It’s very important for me and my team to learn from and experiment with the ingredients we find in the country we visit, and to learn from all the people and products we encounter on the way. Although we are coming to Australia for a few weeks, I already know we will leave with something that lasts forever.”

Calogreco recieved his third Michelin star in 2019, and his restaurant is praised for its sustainable approach and love of biodiversity and nature. It is one of only eight restaurants worldwide to be featured in The Worlds 50 Best Restaurants: Best of the Best list.

Mirazur Beyond Borders at The Gantry will be open for lunch and dinner five days per week, Wednesdays to Sundays. Seats will be priced at AU$685 per person for snacks, and a multi-course Mirazur Tasting Menu with wine pairings will start from AU$210. Bookings open on February 13, 12:00 AEST and interest can be registered before that date at the Chef World Tour website.

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