The 51 to 100 positions on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants2017 list have been announced ahead of the ceremony in Melbourne on 5 April, which you can live-stream on Fine Dining Lovers here, including a number of significant new entries.
Elsewhere, Momofuku Ko, David Chang's New York flagship rises an impressive 39 places to number 58, while Tokyo’s Nihonryori RyuGin (down 21 places to number 52) is the highest among Asia’s entries, one place ahead of Singapore’s Burnt Ends (53). 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana in Hong Kong rises 26 places to 60. Combal Zero (59), Estela (66), Fäviken (57) and Quique Dacosta (62) all drop out of the top 50.
The USA dominates this half of the list, with nine entries, while France and Spain have four apiece. The UK has three, all London-based (Lyle’s at 54, St John at 91, and Hedone at 98).
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