World’s Best Restaurants 2020 Momofuku Seiōbo (Sydney, Australia) Pasture (Auckland, New Zealand) Fleet Restaurant (Brunswick Heads, Australia) Lasai (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) El Chato (Bogotá, Colombia) Boragó (Santiago, Chile) Sud, o Pássaro Verde Café (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) Jacinto (Montevideo, Uruguay)
Mauro Colagreco’s Mirazur , an expensive French Riviera restaurant with a backyard farm, has been named the World’s Best Restaurant. It is the first time a French restaurant has ascended to the top of the rankings since the listicle debuted in 2002.
Mirazur. Menton, France. Noma. Copenhagen, Denmark. Asador Etxebarri. Axpe, Spain. Gaggan. Bangkok, Thailand. Geranium. Copenhagen, Denmark. Central. Lima, Peru. Mugaritz . San Sebastián, Spain. Arpège. Paris, France.
Previously voted the best restaurant in the world four times in the well-respected, but often controversial World’s 50 Best list, Noma was named the world’s second best at the 2019 awards. Its name is portmanteau of the word’s “Nordisk,” meaning “Nordic,” and “mad,” the Danish word for food .
Known for his volatile kitchen demeanour and exceptional British cuisine, Gordon Ramsay is arguably the most famous chef in the world. Although he’s been awarded 16 Michelin stars throughout his career, he currently holds seven.
Eight of the world’s most expensive foods Saffron . If your rice is luminous yellow, then the chances are it’s been sharing a saucepan with saffron . Caviar . Caviar is the pickled roe of the sturgeon fish, and considered one of the world’s great delicacies. Oysters. White Truffle . Iberico ham. Wagyu beef. Kopi Luwak coffee. Foie gras.
Fine Dining Award-Winners Daniel, New York City. Halls Chophouse, Charleston, South Carolina. GW Fins, New Orleans, Louisiana. Lahaina Grill, Lahaina, Hawaii. Geronimo, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Pane & Vino, Miami Beach, Florida. Carmine’s Italian Restaurant Times Square , New York City. 5 Napkin Burger, New York City.
at Gordon Ramsay Restaurants Our flagship destination, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea, gained the ultimate accolade of three Michelin stars in 2001 and has retained them ever since, a true mark of excellence, quality and consistency.
Noma 2.0 held pat at two stars as it did last year when Michelin first had the opportunity to judge René Redzepi’s new iteration of his groundbreaking restaurant. “The Nordic region had never had a three- star Michelin restaurant.
If you have a lot of money & like a laugh this place is great, but on food it has to be the most overrated , pretentious restaurant ever and a downright insult to many fabulous chefs throughout the world. Noma is not just a restaurant serving mad concoctions of a modern Nordic cuisine.