World’s 50 Best Restaurants: Spanish brothers reclaim crown while Ireland fails to feature

2nd Jun 2015 0 Comments

After being bestowed the ward in 2013, the Girona-based restaurant run by brothers John, Jordi and Josep Roca toppled into second place last year to be replaced by Rene Redzepi’s Noma in Copenhagen.

Noma is now the third best restaurant in the world, with Italian Osteria Francescana in Modena climbing one place to nab the coveted second spot.

Peru featured in the top ten for the first time this year, as Lima’s Central, lead by chef Virgilo Martinez was listed in fourth on the prestigious list.

New York’s Eleven Madison Park, Mugaritz in Spain’s San Sebastian and Heston Blumenthal’s Dinner in London all featured in the list’s top ten, announced in London’s Guildhall.



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