After a year-long hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, a list of fifty restaurants in the world has been compiled again this year (50 best restaurants in the world). The top spot in the ranking, published by UK-based William Reed Media since 2002, was not a big surprise this year either, but even more so with two podium winners in the Danish capital. In our gallery collection, we show the best gastronomic places.
The awards were presented by a professional jury of 1,040 people, earlier this week in Antwerp, Belgium. Noma was named the best restaurant in the world, while Geranium, also from Copenhagen, took second place.
Copenhagen led by Chef Rene Redzepi Leasing Famous for her new style of northern cuisine as well as fermented delicacies, and For the fifth time since 2010 He came in first place, which won the competition. Depending on the season, visitors can choose from three menus each containing twenty dishes of seafood, vegetable, or game. The last poem with bushmeat costs DKK 2,800 per person (about HUF 135,000), but a thirsty guest must pay an additional DKK 1,800 (HUF 87,000) for the matching wine pairing.
This year, Europe clearly won the competition, with more than half of the most prestigious restaurants located there. Asia also did particularly well, ranking eight out of fifty, with Singapore’s Odette (8th) taking the highest spot on the continent. In our gallery collection, we show the first 15 winners.
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