Do you love food? Then you’re going to love La Liste’s Top 1000 best restaurants in the world.
This year, for the first time ever, three restaurants share first place. So whether you want to explore new cuisines or stick to your favorites, there’s something for everyone on this list. And what could be more satisfying than dining at one of the world’s best? You can be sure that every meal will be an unforgettable experience.
Who is at the top of the list? A new trio leads the Top 1000 – La Liste’s ranking of the best restaurants in the world.
These are: Björn Frantzén’s Restaurant Frantzén in Stockholm, Éric Ripert’s Le Bernardin in New York, and repeat winner Guy Savoy’s Restaurant Guy Savoy in Paris.
The new Special Awards for 2023 highlight the fresh talents making the world of fine dining more exciting than ever.
Michel Guérard, father of Nouvelle Cuisine, is to receive La Liste’s Award of Honour in recognition of his body of work, watched by his best-known students at La Liste’s awards ceremony
Top 1000 of the World’s Best Restaurants 2023
Three capital cities, Paris, New York, and newcomer Stockholm stand out at the pinnacle of global gastronomy.
For the first time, a trio share first place in La Liste’s Top 1000 and are crowned “The World’s Best Restaurants”. Guy Savoy holds onto his title for the sixth year. Éric Ripert also places first in the year his restaurant Le Bernardin celebrates its 25th anniversary. New Nordic cuisine, led by Swede Björn Frantzén, shakes up the results.
The results of the Top 1000 reveal a number of strong challengers, as five restaurants share equal second place. They are two French restaurants, Arnaud Lallement’s Assiette Champenoise and Arnaud Donckele’s Vague d’Or (whose recent Paris opening Plénitude places third), Spanish restaurant Martin Berasategui (No.1 in Spain), and two Swiss restaurants, Franck Giovannini’s Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville in Crissier, and Cheval Blanc by Peter Knogl at the Grand Hôtel Les Trois Rois in Bâle.
Four restaurants with female chefs make the Top 50, with a double win for Clare Smyth, with Core by Clare Smyth in London (Joint No.1 in the UK) and Oncore in Sydney (Joint No.1 in Australia). Also, Elena Arzak’s eponymous San Sebastian restaurant and France’s Restaurant Anne-Sophie Pic in Valence.
Da Vittorio and La Calandre are the joint No.1 restaurants in Italy. Sushi Saito is the No.1 restaurant in Japan. Hof van Cleve is the No.1 restaurant in Belgium. Quintonil the No.1 restaurant in Mexico. The Capital at the Beijing Hong Kong Jockey Club and Robuchon au Dôme (Macau) are the top restaurants in China. La Yeon, Mingles, and Mosu share first place in Korea. Another winning trio are German restaurants – Schwarzwaldstube (Baiersbronn), Victor’s Fine Dining (Perl), and Sonnora (Dreis).
Sushi Saito is the No.1 restaurant in Japan. The Capital at the Beijing Hong Kong Jockey Club and Robuchon au Dôme (Macau) are the No.1 restaurants in China; Julien Royer’s Odette and Zén, a second entry from Björn Frantzén, are the No.1 restaurants in Singapore; Sühring is the No.1 restaurant in Thailand; La Yeon, Mingles and Mosu share first place in Korea.
Quintonil is the No.1 restaurant in Mexico; A Casa do Porco is the No.1 restaurant in Brazil; Maïdo is the No.1 restaurant in Peru.
Special Awards 2023 :
New Gastronomic Destination
New Top Pastry Chef Award
Digital lnfluencer Award
Game Changer Award
Ethical & Sustainability Award
Community Spirit Award
Artisan & Authenticity Award
Openings of the Year
New Talents of the Year
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