World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2015 | Restaurants 51-100

Less than a week before the annual World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2015 awards, the list of the best restaurants ranked 51-100 has been revealed.

Usually the top-secret list is kept under lock and key until the award ceremony itself, but this year is the first time that the restaurants winning positions of 51-100 will be acknowledged and celebrated ahead of time.

William Drew, Group Editor of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, said:

“This is the first year we have shared the 51-100 list ahead of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards ceremony and we are thrilled to shine a light on the global gastronomic talent, new and recurring, that makes up this list. We feel that each and every entry should be celebrated and we are privileged and proud to play a part in the journey of culinary discovery that is The World’s 50 Best Restaurants.”

The event sponsored by S.Pellegrino, Acqua Panna, and for the first time this year consultancy service Deloitte as its official independent adjudication partner, has 11 first-time entrants on the newly revealed list. The finalists for positions from 51-100 include fresh talent such as Copenhagen’s Amass, Lisbon’s Belcanto and Mikla in Istanbul and old favourites such as UAE’s Zuma and South Africa’s The Tasting Room, which both occupy the equal No.88 spot.

For the top spot rankings of the World’s 50 Best list, FOURcan reveal positions 51-60…

  • No. 51 |Geranium – Copenhagen, Denmark
  • No. 52 |Tim Raue – Berlin, Germany
  • No. 53 |Hertog Jan – Bruges, Belgium
  • No. 54 |Hof Van Cleve – Kruishoutem, Belgium
  • No. 55 |The Clove Club – London, UK
  • No. 56 |Saison – San Francisco, USA
  • No. 57 |Septime – Paris, France
  • No. 58 |Quay – Sydney, Australia
  • No. 59 |Diverxo – Madrid, Spain
  • No. 60 |Hedone – London, UK

Other exclusive highlights from the list include the appearance of Joe Beef of Montreal, the first Canadian restaurant to appear since 2010, nine entries from the USA, Argentinia’s best restaurant, Tingui appearing at no.83 for the first time in the World’s Best list, a successful climb from 94 to 59 by Madrid’s Diverxo restaurant, and both the UK and China claiming four entries to the list, with 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana of Hong Kong at No.62 and London’s The Clove Club at No.55.

More celebrations ensued with Australia, France and Spain seeing themselves with three ranked restaurants each and hopefully many more still to come, with the final part of the list will being announced at the awards ceremony on 1st June 2015, at the Guildhall in London.

Find out more about the list of positions 51-100 and the Worlds 50 best here |www.theworlds50best.com