World’s 50 Best Restaurants: the best restaurant is in Lima, Peru

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At The World’s 50 Best Restaurant 2023 awards ceremony, held last night in Valencia, Spain, the Lima-based restaurant Central took first place. Four French restaurants feature in the ranking.

 

On Tuesday evening, the Central restaurant, located in the Peruvian capital Lima, was named best restaurant in the world 2023 by the prestigious World’s 50 Best Restaurant ranking. The award recognizes the restaurant’s cuisine, which “celebrates the diversity of ingredients” as well as “the history and traditions of Peru”.

 

Central, the iconic restaurant of chefs Virgilio Martinez and Pía León, succeeds 2022 winner Geranium in Copenhagen, which joins the ranks of the Best of the Best.

 

 

The 50 Best ranking, which has existed since 2002, is carried out by 1080 independent experts (chefs, specialist journalists, restaurateurs, etc.) under the aegis of British Restaurant magazine, part of the William Reed press group. The ceremony was held in Valencia, Spain.

 

“Thank you to everyone who has accompanied us in the life of Central and followed our journey since we opened”, said the restaurant’s owners on social networks.

 

 

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“We represent a territory, a diversity and a culture”, exclaimed Virgilio Martinez, emphasizing the importance of this award for Peru and Latin America. The award, which goes to the establishment repeatedly voted Latin America’s Best Restaurant, raises the profile of Peruvian gastronomy, as well as its culture and art.

 

Spain, this year’s host country, performed very well in this 2023 edition. Second place went to the Barcelona restaurant Disfrutar, run by chefs Oriol Castro, Eduard Xatruch and Mateu Casañas. It was followed by two other Spanish restaurants: Madrid’s Diverxo (3rd) and the Basque Asador Etxebarri (4th).

 

Four French restaurants

 

Four French restaurants feature in the list unveiled this Tuesday by the World’s 50 Best, compared with just three last year.

 

The best French restaurant is in tenth place. It is Table, located in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, and run by chef Bruno Verjus, who reached 77th place in 2022. France is also well represented at 24th place by the Septime restaurant, located in the capital’s 11th arrondissement, already in the top 30 in 2022 and 2021, and offering a lunch menu at 70 euros.

 

A little further on, Paris is represented once again with Plénitude, by chef Arnaud Donckele, ranked 36th. This restaurant, located in the center of the capital, offers menus at around 400 euros. Finally, the last French representative to enter the ranking is in Pas-de-Calais, in 48th place. This is La Grenouillère, a luxury restaurant and hotel in La-Madelaine-sous-Montreuil, a few kilometers from Le Touquet.

 

Other prizes

 

Other prizes awarded during the evening included the Flor de Caña Sustainable Restaurant Award, won by chef Peter Tempelhoff’s Fyn restaurant in Cape Town, South Africa. Pía Salazar of the Nuema restaurant in Quito, Ecuador, received the World’s Best Pastry Chef Award. Miguel Ángel Millán of Diverxo in Madrid won the Beronia World’s Best Sommelier Award. The Gin Mare Art of Hospitality Award went to Copenhagen’s Alchemist.

 

American-Nigerian chef Kwame Onwuachi was honored with the One to Watch Award 2023 for his work at New York’s Tatiana restaurant. Basque chef and culinary innovator Andoni Luis Aduriz was awarded the World’s 50 Best Restaurants Icon Award 2023.

 

A few weeks ago, the World’s 50 Best Restaurants had already named the world’s best female chef of 2023, Mexican Elena Reygadas, owner and chef of Rosetta, a restaurant and bakery in her native Mexico City.

 

Discover the complete ranking of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2023

 

1 Central Lima

2 Disfrutar Barcelone

3 Diverxo Madrid

4 Asador Etxebarri Atxondo

5 Alchemist Copenhague

6 Maido Lima

7 Lido 84 Gardone Riviera

8 Atomix New York

9 Quintonil Mexico City

10 Table by Bruno Verjus Paris

11 Trèsind Studio Dubai

12 A Casa do Porco São Paulo

13 Pujol Mexico City

14 Odette Singapour

15 Le Du Bangkok

16 Reale Castel di Sangro

17 Gaggan Anand Bangkok

18 Steirereck Vienne

19 Don Julio Buenos Aires

20 Quique Dacosta Denia

21 Den Tokyo

22 Elkano Getaria

23 Kol Londres

24 Septime Paris

25 Belcanto

23 Kol Londres

24 Septime Paris

25 Belcanto Lisbonne

26 Schloss Schauenstein Fürstenau

27 Florilège Tokyo

28 Kjolle Lima

29 Boragó Santiago

30 Frantzén Stockholm

31 Mugaritz San Sebastian

32 Hiša Franko Kobarid

33 El Chato Bogotá

34 Uliassi Senigallia

35 Ikoyi Londres

36 Plénitude Paris

37 Sézanne Tokyo

38 The Clove Club Londres

39 The Jane Anvers

40 Restaurant Tim Raue Berlin

41 Le Calandre Rubano

42 Piazza Duomo Alba

43 Leo Bogotá

44 Le Bernardin New York

45 Nobelhart & Schmutzig Berlin

46 Orfali Bros Bistro Dubai

47 Mayta Lima

48 La Grenouillère La Madelaine-sous-Montreuil

49 Rosetta Mexico City

50 The Chairman Hong Kong

 

 

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At The World’s 50 Best Restaurant 2023 awards ceremony, held last night in Valencia, Spain, the Lima-based restaurant Central took first place. Four French restaurants feature in the ranking.

 

On Tuesday evening, the Central restaurant, located in the Peruvian capital Lima, was named best restaurant in the world 2023 by the prestigious World’s 50 Best Restaurant ranking. The award recognizes the restaurant’s cuisine, which “celebrates the diversity of ingredients” as well as “the history and traditions of Peru”.

 

Central, the iconic restaurant of chefs Virgilio Martinez and Pía León, succeeds 2022 winner Geranium in Copenhagen, which joins the ranks of the Best of the Best.

 

 

The 50 Best ranking, which has existed since 2002, is carried out by 1080 independent experts (chefs, specialist journalists, restaurateurs, etc.) under the aegis of British Restaurant magazine, part of the William Reed press group. The ceremony was held in Valencia, Spain.

 

“Thank you to everyone who has accompanied us in the life of Central and followed our journey since we opened”, said the restaurant’s owners on social networks.

 

 

Voir cette publication sur Instagram

 

Une publication partagée par Central (@centralrest)

 

“We represent a territory, a diversity and a culture”, exclaimed Virgilio Martinez, emphasizing the importance of this award for Peru and Latin America. The award, which goes to the establishment repeatedly voted Latin America’s Best Restaurant, raises the profile of Peruvian gastronomy, as well as its culture and art.

 

Spain, this year’s host country, performed very well in this 2023 edition. Second place went to the Barcelona restaurant Disfrutar, run by chefs Oriol Castro, Eduard Xatruch and Mateu Casañas. It was followed by two other Spanish restaurants: Madrid’s Diverxo (3rd) and the Basque Asador Etxebarri (4th).

 

Four French restaurants

 

Four French restaurants feature in the list unveiled this Tuesday by the World’s 50 Best, compared with just three last year.

 

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At The World’s 50 Best Restaurant 2023 awards ceremony, held last night in Valencia, Spain, the Lima-based restaurant Central took first place. Four French restaurants feature in the ranking.

 

On Tuesday evening, the Central restaurant, located in the Peruvian capital Lima, was named best restaurant in the world 2023 by the prestigious World’s 50 Best Restaurant ranking. The award recognizes the restaurant’s cuisine, which “celebrates the diversity of ingredients” as well as “the history and traditions of Peru”.

 

Central, the iconic restaurant of chefs Virgilio Martinez and Pía León, succeeds 2022 winner Geranium in Copenhagen, which joins the ranks of the Best of the Best.

 

 

The 50 Best ranking, which has existed since 2002, is carried out by 1080 independent experts (chefs, specialist journalists, restaurateurs, etc.) under the aegis of British Restaurant magazine, part of the William Reed press group. The ceremony was held in Valencia, Spain.

 

“Thank you to everyone who has accompanied us in the life of Central and followed our journey since we opened”, said the restaurant’s owners on social networks.

 

 

Voir cette publication sur Instagram

 

Une publication partagée par Central (@centralrest)

 

“We represent a territory, a diversity and a culture”, exclaimed Virgilio Martinez, emphasizing the importance of this award for Peru and Latin America. The award, which goes to the establishment repeatedly voted Latin America’s Best Restaurant, raises the profile of Peruvian gastronomy, as well as its culture and art.

 

Spain, this year’s host country, performed very well in this 2023 edition. Second place went to the Barcelona restaurant Disfrutar, run by chefs Oriol Castro, Eduard Xatruch and Mateu Casañas. It was followed by two other Spanish restaurants: Madrid’s Diverxo (3rd) and the Basque Asador Etxebarri (4th).

 

Four French restaurants

 

Four French restaurants feature in the list unveiled this Tuesday by the World’s 50 Best, compared with just three last year.

 

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