Not only does it have three Michelin stars, but this gourmet eating place, housed in a coaching inn dating from the 15th century, was voted the world’s third-best restaurant in TripAdvisor’s Travelers’ Choice Restaurant Awards in 2017. Chef Eric Pras has worked in the kitchens of some of France’s greatest chefs, and since 2008, he’s been creating exquisite dishes showcasing Burgundian produce: duck with salsify and turnips, or venison seasoned with fir tree powder, for example. The 16 rooms are comfortably furnished but maybe not as luxurious as you’d expect, and a bit overpriced. Nonetheless, if you’re a foodie, this place is one for the bucket list.