World’s 50 Best Restaurants 51-100 announced

29th March, 2017 by Lucy Shaw

The long list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards has been announced with three London venues making it into the top 100.

The highest climber from London was modern British venue Lyle’s in Shoreditch, run by James Lowe and John Ogier, which moved up 11 places to 54 on the list.

Fergus Henderson’s nose-to-tail restaurant St. John in Clerkenwell came in at 91, while Hedone in Chiswick run by Swedish chef Mikael Jonsson dropped from 60 to 98.

The top 50 will be announced in Melbourne next week, with Massimo Bottura currently holding the top spot with his tiny Modena site Osteria Francescana.

Last year The Ledbury in Notting Hill flew the flag for London at number 14 on the list, with The Clove Club in Shoreditch nipping at its heals in 26th place and Dinner by Heston Blumenthal at the Mandarin Oriental in Knightsbridge sliding to 45.

The World’s Best Restaurants 51-100

51 Mikla – Istanbul, Turkey

52 Nihonryori RyuGin – Tokyo, Japan

53 Burnt Ends – Singapore

54 Lyle’s – London, England

55 Disfrutar – Barcelona, Spain

56 Nerua – Bilbao, Spain

57 Fäviken – Järpen, Sweden

58 Momofuku Ko – New York, USA

59 Combal Zero – Rivoli, Italy

60 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana – Hong Kong, China

61 Hertog Jan – Bruges, Belgium

62 Quique Dacosta – Denia, Spain

63 The Test Kitchen – Cape Town, South Africa

64 La Grenouillère – La Madelaine-sous Montreuil

65 Biko – Mexico City, Mexico

66 Estela – New York, USA

67 Benu S- an Francisco, USA

68 The French Laundry – Yountville, USA

69 Hiša Franko – Kobarid, Slovenia

70 Aqua – Wolfsburg, Germany

71 Lung King Heen – Hong Kong,China

72 Schloss Schauenstein – Fürstenau, Switzerland

73 La Colombe – Cape Town, South Africa

74 The Jane – Antwerp, Belgium

75 Sud 777 – Mexico City, Mexico

76 Lasai – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

77 Martin Berasategui – Lasarte-Oria, Spain

78 Indian Accent – New Delhi, India

79 Maaemo – Oslo, Norway

80 Le Cinq – Paris, France

81 Maní – São Paulo, Brazil

82 Chef’s Table At Brooklyn Fare – New York, USA

83 Atelier Crenn – San Francisco, USA

84 The Restaurant at Meadowood – St Helena, USA

85 Belcanto – Lisbon, Portugal

86 Odette – Singapore

87 Per Se – New York, USA

88 Selfie – Moscow, Russia

89 Mingles – Seoul, Korea

90 Manresa – Los Gatos, USA

91 St John – London, England

92 Twins – Moscow, Russia

93 Le Chateaubriand – Paris, France

94 Kadeau – Copenhagen, Denmark

95 Quay – Sydney, Australia

96 Epicure – Paris, France

97 Sushi Saito Tokyo, Japan

98 Hedone – London, England

99 Florilège – Tokyo, Japan

100 Olympe – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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