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Top 10 of Top 50 Restaurants in the World Includes Boulud’s Daniel

April 30th, 2010 · 1 Comment

Congratulations to all who made the top 50 restaurants in the world, according to the S. Pellegrino’s annual list.

An 806-member panel of chefs, gourmands, critics and restaurateurs around the globe are the arbiters of the list that over the last few years, has named El Bulli in Spain the top dog.

This year, Noma, a Danish restaurant in Copenhagen, run by a chef who cooks only with local products, is No. 1. Bulli makes No. 2.

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Of the U.S. restaurants on the list, Alinea (chef Grant Achatz) in Chicago is No. 7; Daniel Boulud’s Daniel in New York, No. 8 and Thomas Keller’s Per Se, also in New York, No. 10.

Of course, if you’re here in Palm Beach, you can dine with one of these top toques at Cafe Boulud.

  • 1 ) Noma (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • 2 ) El Bulli (Roses, Spain)
  • 3 ) The Fat Duck (Bray, England)
  • 4 ) El Celler de Can Roca (Girona, Spain)
  • 5 ) Mugaritz (Errenteria, Spain)
  • 6 ) Osteria Francescana (Modena, Italy)
  • 7 ) Alinea (Chicago, Illinois)
  • 8 ) Daniel (New York)
  • 9 ) Arzak (San Sebastián, Spain)
  • Keller

  • 10 ) Per Se (New York)
  • 11 ) Le Chateaubriand (Paris, France)
  • 12 ) La Colombe (Cape Town, South Africa)
  • 13 ) Pierre Gagnaire (Paris, France)
  • 14 ) L’Hotel de Ville – Philippe Rochat (Crissier, Switzerland)
  • 15 ) Le Bernardin (New York)
  • 16 ) L’Astrance (Paris, France)
  • 17 ) Hof Van Cleve (Kruishoutem, Belgium)
  • 18) D.O.M. (São Paolo, Brazil)
  • 19) Oud Sluis (Sluis, Netherlands)
  • 20) Le Calandre (Rubano, Italy)
  • 21) Steirereck (Vienna, Austria)
  • 22) Vendôme (Bergisch Gladbach, Germany)
  • 23) Chef Dominique (Helsinki, Finland)
  • 24) Les Créations de Narisawa (Tokyo, Japan)
  • 25) Mathias Dahlgren (Stockholm, Sweden)
  • 26) Momofuku Ssäm Bar (New York)
  • 27) Quay Restaurant (Sydney, Australia)
  • 28) Iggy’s (Singapore)
  • 29) L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon (Paris, France)
  • 30) Schloss Schauenstein (Fürstenau, Switzerland)
  • 31) Le Quartier Français (Franschhoek, South Africa)
  • 32) The French Laundry (Yountville, California)
  • 33) Martin Berasategui (Lasarte-oria, Spain)
  • 34) Aqua (Bath, England)
  • 35) Combal Zero (Rivoli, Italy)
  • 36) Dal Pescatore (Mantova, Italy)
  • 37) De Librije (Zwolle, Netherlands)
  • 38) Tetsuya’s (Sydney, Australia)
  • 39) Jaan Par Andre (Singapore)
  • 40) Il Canto (Siena, Italy)
  • 41) Alain Ducasse Au Plaza Athénée (Paris, France)
  • 42) Oaxen Krog (Oaxen, Sweden)
  • 43) St. John (London, England)
  • 44) La Maison Troisgros (Roanne, France)
  • 45) wd~50 (New York)
  • 46) Biko (Mexico City, Mexico)
  • 47) Die Schwarzwaldstube (Baiersbronn, Germany)
  • 48) Nihonryori RyuGin (Tokyo, Japan)
  • 49) Hibiscus (London, England)
  • 50) Eleven Madison Park (New York)

Tags: Today in the World of Food

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Merrie Lee Reese // Apr 30, 2010 at 7:58 pm

    Wow! This must be a really stressful job to travel to all of these countries, and then eat all of that food, and then have to make choices of the best! Let me know if the job is open for Palm Beach County –or South Florida!

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