The World’s 50 Best Restaurant has been prepared based on the votes of the Diners Club World’s 50 Best Restaurants Academy, a group of food critics, chefs, restaurateurs and gourmets long course. The Academy is made up of representatives of 26 macro regions of the world, each of which is composed by a jury of 36 members.
The brothers Joan, Joseph and Jordi Roca, who run El Celler de Can Roca (Girona in Spain), have stood on the top step of the podium in the ranking The World’s 50 Best Restaurants. In the hit are 29 European restaurants, including five Spaniards and six positions occupied by the French, even though most of them lose altitude.
Italians retain a strong presence with four restaurants in the standings, in particular up to third place the chef Massimo Bottura with its Franciscan Osteria di Modena, picked up as the best. Its cuisine embraces centuries of Italian tradition in a modern way, and on the podium gaining two positions compared to 2012.
The other Italian restaurants, reported in the rankings, The calenders are brothers Alajmo, in twenty-seventh position, and Combal.Zero of David Scabin to 40th place. He made his debut among the top 50 restaurants in Piazza Duomo in Alba with chef Enrico Crippa, 41st. Nadia Santini of Dal Pescatore restaurant of Canneto, won the award for Veuve Clicquot World’s Best Female Chef.
1. El Celler de Can Roca – Girona, Spagna – Chef: Joan, Joseph e Jordi Roca
2. Noma – Copenhagen, Danimarca – Chef: René Redzepi
3. Osteria Francescana – Modena, Italia – Chef: Massimo Bottura
4. Mugaritz – San Sebastián, Spagna – Chef: Andoni Luis Aduriz
5. Eleven Madison Park – New York, USA – Chef: Daniel Humm
6. D.O.M. – San Paolo, Brasile – Chef: Alex Atala
7. Dinner by Heston Blumenthal – Londra, UK – Chef: Ashley Palmer-Watts
8. Arzak – San Sebastián, Spagna – Chef: Juan Mari Arzak ed Elena Arzak Espina
9. Steirereck – Vienna, Austria – Chef: Heinz Reitbauer
10. Vendôme – Bergisch Gladbach, Germania – Chef: Joachim Wissler
Here’s for the complete ranking: