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Waiting for World's 50 Best Restaurants 2016

Waiting for World's 50 Best Restaurants 2016

On Monday night the full list will be revealed. Read FDL's exclusive interviews with D.Crenn, Best Female Chef, and A. Passard, the Lifetime Achievement winner.

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With the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards ceremony just a day away, the tension is palpable as some of the biggest names in the restaurant world begin to gather in New York. Watch the much anticipated night as it unfolds via the FineDiningLovers World's 50 Best Restaurants live stream direct from Cipriani Wall Street, and follow the top 50 Restaurant countdown as it happens to find out who will be crowned Best Restaurant in the World for 2016 (find out the global start times here).

Ahead of the event you can find out more about this year’s Best Female Chef, in our exclusive interview with Dominique Crenn, of Atelier Crenn and Petit Crenn in San Francisco, as well as this year’s Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Alain Passard, from the three Michelin star Arpège in Paris.

We also take a look at a gallery of dishes from the top 10 World's Best Restaurants 2015 to remind us of what is yet to come.

DOMINIQUE CRENN - BEST FEMALE CHEF 2016 ALAIN PASSARD - LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT
WORLD'S 50 BEST 2016: GLOBAL START TIMES WORLD'S 50 BEST 2015: TOP 10 DISHES


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