Mirazur Beyond Borders

The World’s Best Restaurant is Coming to Sydney

Sydney, get ready for the arrival of Mirazur, one of the best restaurants in the world. Honoured with the top spot from 2019 – 2021, the famed establishment will have its first-ever residency in the city at Pier One Sydney Harbour from March 10 to March 31. All of this is a part of the Mirazur Beyond Borders concept, whereby the restaurant’s staff explores different countries in search of fresh food ideas and encounters.

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Mirazur Beyond Borders

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Mirazur, a three-Michelin-star restaurant in Menton, France, will be bringing its renowned culinary philosophy and spirit to the waterside location in Sydney under the direction of chef-owner Mauro Colagreco and a sizeable portion of his staff from the establishment. The team will work with producers who have a strong love and respect for the sea and land, and the menu will aim 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,” says Colagreco.

“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.”

Mirazur Beyond Borders

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Alongside Colagreco, The restaurant’s Chief Operating Officer Maria Tancredi, Executive Chef Luca Mattioli, a sizable front-of-house staff, sommeliers, and even its Agronome (garden scientist) Silvina Dayer, will assist in developing an original and distinctive cuisine and beverage offering. The residency will take place in The Gantry, a restaurant at Pier One Sydney Harbour, which is situated in Walsh Bay beneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Colagreco and his crew will receive assistance from The Gantry’s Head Chef Rhys Connell, formerly of Sepia and Society, and his staff, who will also aid them in learning about the variety of products and produce that Australia has to offer.

Mirazur has received a variety of honours, including its third Michelin star in 2019 and The World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ designation as the top restaurant in the world (from 2019 to 2021). It is currently one of just eight restaurants worldwide that are included in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants: Best of the Best list. The restaurant is renowned for its love of biodiversity, nature, and sustainability.

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Mirazur Beyond Borders at The Gantry, Pier One Sydney Harbo,ur will kickoff on March 10 and run until March 31, and will open for lunch and dinner five days per week, Wednesdays to Sundays.  Seats will be AU$685 per person for snacks, and a multi-course Mirazur Tasting Menu with wine pairings starting from AU$210.

Bookings for the restaurant will 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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