These are the best restaurants in the world, from number 51 to 100 – Rob Report

Some of the best restaurants in the world are no longer the best in the world. At least according to the annual list of the 50 best restaurants in the world, which released its second position (from 51 to 100) on Tuesday.

Nine restaurants that made the top 50 last year slipped to the second-tier list, a change that seems more dramatic than usual as only three restaurants suffered the same fate with the 2021 list as published. In particular, New York’s Cosme, which has been the US’s highest-ranked restaurant since 2019, dropped from 22nd last year to 69th. (No list released in 2020). -off, however, was experienced by San Francisco’s Benu, who fell from No. 28 to No. 97, barely making that cut this year (of course, Corey Lee’s newest venue is our best new restaurant of the year).

2019 dish from Benu

50 best restaurants in the world

Other spots that have lost a little of their glory? Burnt Ends in Singapore (landed from No. 34 to No. 94), Wolfgat in South Africa (from No. 50 to No. 90), Atelier Crenn in San Francisco (from No. 48 to No. 72), and Sühring in Bangkok (from No. No. 40 to No. 66), Alléno Paris au Pavillon Ledoyen in Paris (No. 41 to No. 58), Azurmendi in Spain (No. 49 to No. 55) and Lyle’s in London (No. 33 to No. 54).

Of course, downgrading these sites leaves room for new restaurants to claim prizes when the top 50 restaurant list is announced later this month. Tuesday’s list also saw quite a few freshmen, with 20 new entries in 15 cities earning honors. Top of these is Trèsind Studio in Dubai, ranked 57th, also a new city on this year’s list.

Lyle's . dining room

Lyle’s . dining room

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“With restaurants across six continents, this year’s 51-100 list recognizes a broader range of destinations than we’ve seen before,” William Drew, director of content for The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, said in a statement. “It’s great to see this growth as the gastronomic world continues to recover and rebuild in the wake of the massive challenges it faced during the pandemic.”

The top 50 will be announced on July 18 in London. We, for example, can’t wait to see how the process of change will play out at that time.

The full list of the best restaurants, from 51 to 100, is below.

51. Mayor, Guadalajara

52. Sud 777, Mexico City

53. Dom, São Paulo

54. Lyle’s, London

55. Azurmendi, Larrabetzu

56. La Colombe, Cape Town

57. TreeZend Studio, Dubai

58. Alléno Paris at the Ledoyen Pavilion, Paris

59. Sazenka, Tokyo

60. Rosetta, Mexico City

61. La Grenouillère, La Madelaine-sous-Montreuil

62. Ernst, Berlin

63. The Chef’s Table in Brooklyn Fare, New York

64. Fu He Hui, Shanghai

65. Le Do, Bangkok

66. Sohring, Bangkok

67. Evvai, São Paulo

68. Dress, Lima

69- Cosme, New York

70- Zain, Singapore

71. Mingles, Sol

72. Atelier Crane, San Francisco

73. The Colonel, London

74. Blue Hill at Stone Barnes, Pocantico Hills

75. Samrub Samrub Thai, Bangkok

76. The Neighborhood, Hong Kong

77. Table by Bruno Fergus, Paris

78. Lasai, Rio de Janeiro

79- Estella, New York

80. Alexandre Mazia, Marseille

81. Pratt, London

82. Sezan, Tokyo

83. Chateau, Bogotá

84. Gimlet at Cavendish House, Melbourne

85. Ran Jai Fai, Bangkok

86. Mikla, Istanbul

87. Orvali Bros. Bistro, Dubai

88. Mishiguene, Buenos Aires

89. Maximo Bistrot, Mexico City

90 Wolfgat, Paternoster

91. Oryol, Chicago

92. Indian dialect, New Delhi

93. Hertog Jan at Botanic Sanctuary, Antwerp

94. Burnt Ends, Singapore

95- META, Singapore

96. Mane, Sao Paulo

97. Benu, St. Francis

98. Tantris, Munich

99. Salt Flakes, MEJIF

100. Wing, Hong Kong

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