Address: Tropenhausweg 1, 3714 Frutigen
Tel: +4133-672 1144
What sets this place apart from others is its continuity. Located at Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, sturgeon breeding is a unique trait at this caviar. The production of Oona caviar is the main purpose for rearing sturgeons. Engineers are utilizing the surreal warmth from rain and evaporated snow water to cultivate tropical seeds. Fish farming is also done at Tropenhaus Frutigen.
The restaurant is encompassed by leaves, scarcely cycled naturally by palms from bananas. The alps are blessed with hovering banana palms, tepid pools that shelter the sturgeon, and papaya trees. Furthermore, a tetrad array of caviar meals (price: £148) includes the shiny black eggs dished in 3 diverse fashions.
Customers have the chance as well to purchase to-go, and directly online. 30g of No 103 Traditional sells at £59. You can also try out £12.95 Les Petits Plaisirs au Caviar when you check their site. It comes with Oona measurement of 5g, garnished with sizzling buttery toast; a boiled egg; flaxseed oil and tepid potatoes.
It also comes with crispbread and a rich honey-mustard stew. Anticipate a wonderful iodised burst, nutty flavors, and minerals.
Khavyar is an American-based website that trades in sixteen imperishable farm products made from salt-treated fish eggs and obtained from Denmark’s waters, Israel, South American states like Kentucky and Louisiana.
Belgium and Israel are good sources as well. As a result, an enormous and autonomous pricing occurred, where 30g goes between $13 and $195. Khavyar projects its peculiarities such as the buttery black Siberian Gold beads, and the exotic nutty flavored Ossetra Galilee Prime (price: 30g for $128).
The less popular US caviars work the gamut. Its main feature is Alaskan Ikura Salmon that is sold at $18 (weight: 57g). It’s sturdy to touch and has sharp flavor, as well as Hackleback (price: $46 for the measurement of 30g). Another name for Hackleback is ‘shovelnose sturgeon’, obtained from Kentucky and Illinois’ chilly lake.
For the adepts, Khavyar sells American White Sturgeon for $57 per 30g. WS physical traits include large,attractive and steely grey pearls.
Address: 25 Rue Mazarine, 75006 Paris website: boutary.com.
Charles de Saint Vincent, president of this caviar haven, described Boutary as something sacrificed to customers who desire a new experience of caviar and are eager to play with the black glistening eggs from the sturgeon. Paris’s Saint-Germain-des-Prés is known for this culture.
Baeri, an exotic mark blended specially by Gohard Ateliers, appears fresh and steaming on meal list, alongside the most adored dish, a grown Ossetra, traces of cream and walnuts are spread over it. Boutary is a combination of a bar-restaurant and a boutique, a concept developed from a Private Members’ Access, a reserved service on pre-order basis, courtesy Premier Cru Collection caviars (price: €800).
De Saint Vincent explained that they got the caviar from their farm in the Aquitaine region where they rear four types of sturgeons, in addition to their farm in Bulgaria, by the mountain lake.
He further said that they nurture the sturgeons between 7 and 10 years, then between 16 to 18 for belugas and just 2% of the sturgeons’ eggs are up to France’ strict selection standard.
Hospes Palacio de los Patos
Address: Solarillo de Gracia, 18002 Granada
Tel: +34958-535 790
Riofrio is a natural sturgeon farm operating efficiently at the bottom of Sierra Nevada. It trades in caviar with the customized name ‘Riofrio’ in the United Kingdom at the rate of £59 per 30g. Palacio de Los Patos is a property dated back to 19th-century but currently operates as a luxurious Hospes hotel.
This place provides 2 to 3 nights services that include a visit to its caviar farm and enjoys a delicious situ, alongside the restaurant meal plan which is fashioned after caviar aficionados. Riofrio’s chefs usually add color to the delight of guests with their dexterity in demonstrating recipes that include egg from Riofrío’s sturgeon in sundry form. Their caviar is also perfect with one glass of sherry.
Address: 18 Bruton Place, London W1 Tel: 020-7491 2727
Fans of caviar in London are fortunate because of Bellamy’s, ready to serve them the best caviar they can get anywhere in the world. It is located at Bruton Place. Bellamy’s sheltered itself inside a construction that has the historical name ‘Caviar Kaspia’, although the name was dropped in 2004. Fortunately, lovers of caviar can still have a taste of the legacy inside Bellamy’s Oyster Bar. Different Aquitaine flavors are sold there,50g goes for £89, while the richer Osietra is sold at £105 per 50g.