While Denmark may claim bragging rights to being home to the world’s best restaurant for its Copenhagen eatery Noma, Spain leads the top 10 list with three dining destinations. Some of the most influential and dynamic chefs in the world gathered in London recently to find out which chef and restaurant reigned supreme at the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards. Overall, the US, Spain, and France tied for having the highest number of restaurants on the list, with seven apiece.
Europe landed 28 restaurants, and Asia seven.
Take a virtual tour of the top 10 restaurants in the world, as voted by a panel of 900 food critics, chefs and restaurateurs for Restaurant magazine. (All Photos: AFP)
1. Noma, Copenhagen (right); Redzepi popularized the 'foraging' movement at Noma, using locally plucked herbs and weeds.