THE WORLD'S 50 BEST RESTAURANTS ANNOUNCES THE 51-100 LIST FOR 2023
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- The 51-100 list includes 12 new entries from 11 different cities, from Quito and Panama City to Istanbul and Paris
- The 51-100 list includes restaurants in 22 territories across five continents
- 15 entries are from Asia, 21 from Europe, six from North America, five from South America and three from the Middle East & Africa
- The highest new entry in the 51-100 list is Mérito, Lima, at No.59
With three new entries from South America, two new cities – Quito and Panama City – are represented in the list for the first time in its history: Nuema, Quito is voted in at No.79 and Maito in Panama City at No.100. Europe also gains four new entries: Enrico Bartolini, Milan (No.85); Kei, Paris (No.93); Ceto, the latest opening from Mauro Colagreco in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin (No.95) and Ricard Camarena Restaurant, located in the host city of Valencia (No.96). From Turkey, new entry Turk Fatih Tutak debuts at No.66.
Following the launch of Middle East & North Africa's 50 Best Restaurants in 2022, the region has continued to grow in its gastronomic recognition, with one restaurant from the United Arab Emirates placing in the 51-100 ranking: Dubai's Ossiano (also a new entry at No.87).
Asia boasts three new entries for 2023: Nusara (No.74) and Potong (No.88), both in Bangkok, along with Labyrinth (No.97), Singapore.
For the full 51-100 list, click here.
William Drew, Director of Content for The World's 50 Best Restaurants, comments: "All the establishments announced today have demonstrated outstanding hospitality and represent some of the greatest dining experiences across the globe. It gives us immense pleasure to recognise their achievements."