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Solo Per Due, Umbria, Italy
You won’t be put off by other diners at Solo Per Due, which means "just for two". This is the world’s smallest restaurant (meals €250 per person), with just one table, for two. The 19th-century building is reached via a candlelit driveway. In summer, guests are served aperitifs in the vine-shaded garden. In winter, they can snuggle by a log fire. Then it’s delicious, local, seasonal Italian cuisine.
No one hovers – you tinkle the silver bell for the waiter. If this doesn’t feel lavish enough, add a personal firework display and Ferrari hire.