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Michelin Desserts We're Craving

Beautiful desserts from around the world.


We love scrolling through Instagram and poring over Michelin-starred desserts. There’s something mouthwatering about a dessert that looks like a piece of art, especially when it’s created by one of the world’s best chefs.

Below is a list of some of the coolest desserts we’ve seen on Instagram lately that we really try. We're adding all of these dishes to our must-eat bucket list, so take a look below and let us know if you agree.

1. Chocolate, Raspberry and Ginger from L'Orchidée, France

L'Orchidée is was awarded one Michelin star for 2019 and is the only Thai-style restaurant to have taken home the accolade. This dessert, which is a work of art, is a clear reason why the restaurant is so special. The thick layer of 64% Li Chu chocolate from Vietnam at the bottom of the dish looks gorgeously luscious and we're in awe of the perfect quenelle of raspberry sorbet. 

2. Roasted Kombu Ice Cream, Malted Grains and Dried Apples from Smyth, Chicago

This two-starred Chicago restaurant offers some of the Windy City's most comfortable dining. This dessert is super innovative but looks very unassuming. The simplistic look of the dessert is so attractive that it makes you want to dive right in to see what's lying underneath the surface. The addition of kombu is a great touch, highlighting seaweed in an unusual way.

3. Blood Orange, White Chocolate and Rooibos Tea Soufflé from Pétrus, London

Pétrus, which has held one Michelin star since 2011, is part of Gordon Ramsay's restaurant group. Blood orange is at its best right now and goes so well with white chocolate, so we know this dessert must taste amazing. Soufflés can strike fear into even the most accomplished chef, so there's definitely heaps of skill behind this perfect dish.

4. Blood Orange and Almond from Climats, Paris

Another restaurant with one Michelin star that is highlighting blood orange. This dish from Climats in Paris features almonds, sorrel, a star anise financier and blood orange in several different ways.