Avaialble to pre-order now, the book will list the top 50 restaurants in the world as well as those ranked from 51-100. It presents information on the restaurants, their locations, chefs and their style of food. It also offers information on the chefs standout dish from each restaurant giving you some great tips on what to try if you're lucky enough to visit them.
The guide is £10 and will be published soon after the event and shipped accordingly - the one question remainining is - who will be printed as the world's best restaurant in the number one spot.
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