A ceremony for the awards is being held inside London’s Guildhall, where a host of credible faces from the culinary industry will gather to find out which restaurants will make the World’s 50 Best Restaurants List.
The current list for The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2012, includesRenè Redzepifor his restaurant Nomain Copenhagen, which took first place for the third year running; El Celler de Can Roca in Spain, which is headed by the threeRoca brothers: Joan, Jordi and Josep Roca at second place; chef Andoni Luis Aduriz’s restaurant Mugaritz also in Spain which took third place; chefAlex Atala’s Brazilian concept D.O.M at fourth place andMassimo Bottura’s Osteria Francescana, which currently ranks at number five.
Earlier on this year, the first publication of the 50 best restaurant in Asia for 2013 was released on 25 February. The List included Japanese chefYoshihiro Narisawawho took top place on the list for hisLes Créations de Narisawarestaurant in Tokyo and chefSeiji Yamamotofor his Nihonryori RyuGin restaurant, also in Tokyo.
There are a few strong contenders included in the 50 Best 2012 which FOUR predicts will see an upward spiral on the list, including chefDavid Thompson’s restaurant Nahm in Thailand, which was a new entry last year and was ranked fiftieth and chefMagnus Nilsson’sFäviken, also making its way onto the list for the first time last year at place 34.
The list will announced on 29 April and FOUR, which FOUR magazine looks forward to keeping you updated on.
For more information visit The World’s 50 Best Restaurantswebsite