The list for world’s 50 best restaurants is up, and here is a list of the world’s restaurants that made it to the top 10.
El Celler de Can Roca of Gerona, Spain
It’s back to its no.1 spot because the Roca’s Brothers, head Chef Joan, Pastry chef, Jordi and sommelier Joseph are still the team to beat when it comes to original cooking, dessert creation and wine pairing. The trio is undoubtedly the reason why El Celler de Can Roca is unstoppable in its quest of staying at the no.1 spot
Osteria Francescana, Modena, Italy
Grabbing the no. 2 spot is Massimo Bottura’s beloved Osteria Francescana that the Italian Chef sees to it faithfully serving the five ages of Parmigiano Reggiano in forms and textures that diners have never experienced before. Bottura’s tagliatelle with hand-chopped ragu and risotto are still unbeatable specially when paired with his very imaginative wine program.
Noma, Copenhagen, Denmark
It’s been a while since Noma slipped from the no. 1 spot in 2014 world’s 10 best restaurants list, and while its move to Japan has critical commendation, it’s rooted once again in its original place, Denmark, and Chef Rene Redzepsi is as great as before and diners are enjoying his fermenting, pickling and wine pairing.
The Central, Lima Peru
While landing at the top spot in 2014 Latin America’s 50 best restaurants, in 2016 world ranking, The Central restaurant occupies the no. 4 spot. Chef Virgilio Martinez is serving diners with testing menu using Peru’s native ingredients sourced at various altitudes, while most of the produced are from its urban garden and the in-house filtration system assures everyone with a strong combination of food and wine at the table.
Eleven Madison Park, New York, USA
New York, New York and its Eleven Madison Park at no. 5 spot. The secret lies with good balance between good service and great food. Owners Daniel Humm, running the restaurant from the kitchen and dining room, and Will Guidara at the frontline is the team behind the fun and fine dining experience.
Mugaritz, San Sebastian, Spain
Complete sensory experience in dazzling surroundings is what makes Mugaritz among the world’s best restaurants and its no. 6 spot proves it all. Chef and owner Andoni Luis Aduriz is behind Mugaritz’ secured place at world’s 50 best restaurants.
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, London, UK
Dinner by Heston Blumenthal surprised London diners with its transformation into 21st century age-old recipes and although Blumenthal’s presence is more of a guiding, with Ashley Palmer-Watts’ running the kitchen and the dining room, the Dinner is superbly showcasing old British cuisine at its best.
Narisawa, Tokyo, Japan
The place boasts of unique Japanese products like the fugu and the irabu sea snake but it’s the drinks program and winemaking that makes it land to the list of world’s best.
D.O.M Sao Paulo, Brazil
It’s giving the world the taste of the jewels of the Amazon, and for this, it’s landing at the no. 9 spot. The former DJ turned Chef, Alex Atala heads D.O.M kitchen and dining room.
Gaggan, Bangkok, Thailand
The no.10 spot belongs to Gaggan. The great food, impeccable surroundings and drinks list including cutting-edge cocktails are all but endearing
At any chance; it’s a thrill to dine and enjoy the experience dining at world’s top 10 best restaurants.