World’s 50-Best Restauants
World’s 50-Best Restauants
Looking for the world’s 50-best places to eat? In an attempt to offer a small ray of hope to those thinking about when life returns to normal, we thought some of our readers might find a 50-best restaurants article hopeful.
Why this article now?
This article was updated during the COVID-19 pandemic… Now that certain areas are beginning to allow limited travel and outdoor dining, many are planning vacations and looking for some of the best dining experiences from around the world. Obviously, this list will not include any of the standard chain restaurants serving burgers and chicken wings, not that there is anything wrong with those options. However, for those with a more distinguished food palate and the ability to dine in locations around the globe, these have been identified as some of the best restaurants in the world.
A word of caution when considering fine dining while traveling.
When considering dining at any of these top restaurants, please note that some of the research data available for compiling our 50-best restaurants in the world, came from sources as far back as 2019, as such, we have not been able to confirm that all are currently open for business nor their current seating/reservation policies, so please call ahead before going too far in your planning process. But if available, we are confident that all of them offer what promises to be an extraordinary experience.
According to 2019’s list of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, published by William Reed Business Media, here are a few of the restaurants listed, along with their cities and past ranking in parenthesis. Click here to see the entire list. Though, in all fairness, your favorite place to eat may not be on this list of Worlds top-50 best places to eat, rank five stars, or even one. And that’s okay, your favorite place is defined by you. Restaurants both large and small, new and old all need our support. So go out there and eat, just not too much…
- Mirazur Menton, France (1)
- Noma Copenhagen, Denmark (2)
- Asador Etxebarri Axpe, Spain (3)
- Gaggan Bangkok, Thailand (4)
- Den Tokyo, Japan (11)
- Central Lima, Peru (6)
- Pujol Mexico City, Mexico (12)
- Arpege Paris, France (8)
- White Rabbit Moscow, Russia (13)
- Steirereck Vienna, Austria (17)
For those who enjoy mixing a passion for food with a passion for travel, these are amazing places located all over the world to explore and enjoy. Again, be sure to call ahead, these restaurants are by reservation only and some are still shuttered due to the pandemic and local ordinances. For those of you that would like to know more about the 50 best restaurants, both past and present with detailed information concerning these and other fine dining establishment, please consider this website, link. Though the most current list above was as of 2019, there will be more current information coming out all the time as the pandemic has wrecked havoc on the restaurant industry with many long-time favorites disappearing. However, new and wonderful restaurants are popping up all over the world, so stay tuned! In addition to restaurants, don’t miss out on our articles containing information about many other lifestyle topics.
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Alan Olsen, is the Host of the American Dreams Show and the Managing Partner of GROCO.com. GROCO is a premier family office and tax advisory firm located in the San Francisco Bay area serving clients all over the world.
Information for the original article was also found at: https://www.grubstreet.com/2017/04/the-worlds-50-best-restaurants-2017.html
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