4 Brazilian restaurants are on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list 51st to 100th of 2022
- July 6, 2022
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The extended rating is created from the same voting process as The World’s 50 Best Restaurants
The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2022sponsored by S Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, today revealed the list of restaurants ranked 51st to 100th, ahead of the annual awards ceremony, which will be held on Monday, July 18th in London.
The annual list is created by a gender-balanced voting panel made up of more than 1,080 independent authorities in the world of food, from renowned international chefs and food journalists to traveling foodies.
The extended ranking is created from the same voting process as The World’s 50 Best Restaurants and highlights hospitality establishments around the world.
- The 51-100 list includes 20 new entries from 15 different cities from Mexico City to Melbourne
- The 51-100 list includes restaurants from 22 territories on six continents
- This list includes 14 establishments in Asia, 13 in Europe, 11 in North America, two in the Middle East, two in Africa, one in Oceania and seven in South America.
- Added restaurants from five new destinations, including Argentina, China (Continental), Germany, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates, compared to last year’s 51-100 list
- The top rated new entry on the 51-100 list is Trèsind Studio from Dubai, UAE, ranked number 57
In this year’s extended ranking, Asia has 14 entries from seven cities, including two Tokyo restaurants, with Sazenka (number 59) and Sézanne being a new entry (number 82).
There are two new entries from the United Arab Emirates: Trèsind Studio (number 57) and Orfali Bros Bistro (number 87), both in Dubai Among other new entries are two from Mexico City represented by Rosetta (number 60) and Máximo Bistrot (number 89) ), as well as three restaurants in France: Table by Bruno Verjus (number 77) in Paris, AM par Alexandre Mazzia (number 80) in Marseille, recently named the winner of the American Express One To Watch, and Flocons de Sel (number 99), in Megeve.
The Brazilian restaurants that appear on the list are DOM, by chef Alex Atala (number 53), Evvai, led by Luiz Filipe Souza (number 67), Lasai, by chef Rafael Costa e Silva (number 78) and Maní, led by chef Helena Rizzo (number 96).
William Drew, Director of Content for The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, said: “We are thrilled to see 20 new entries join the extended list. It is wonderful to celebrate a wide range of restaurants and the teams behind them as the food scene continues to recover and rebuild after the enormous challenges faced during the pandemic.”
The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2022 will be streamed live on the 50 Best Facebook page and YouTube channel from 8:30pm (UK time) on July 18.