idiom of best of both worlds
You use the expression 'The Best of Both Worlds' to describe a situation in which you can enjoy the benefits of two different opportunities. Example of use: “Not only does Don have the freedom a student enjoys, his fellowship at the university means he also gets paid. It really is the best of both worlds.”
the best of both worlds. C1 a situation in which you can enjoy the advantages of two very different things at the same time: She works in the city and lives in the country, so she gets the best of both worlds.