A love of travel often goes hand in hand with a love of food. And when traveling requires a more adventurous—sometimes treacherous—journey, the dining experience becomes that much more exciting and immersive. From feasting on authentic Thai cuisine in a hanging treepod on a remote island to dining on fresh fish on a tiny island off the coast of the U.S. mainland, these six hard-to-reach restaurants are destinations worth building a trip around.
Three Chimneys: Loch Dunvegan, Scotland
Willows Inn: Lummi Island, Washington
Soneva Kerr Treepod Dining: Koh Kood, Thailand
Fäviken: Jämtland, Sweden
Chart Room: Aleutian Islands, Dutch Harbor, Alaska
Damon Baehrel: Earlton, New York
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