Slight improvement compared to 2022. The France has six restaurants – up from five last year – in the second half of the World's 50 Best Restaurants ranking, namely positions 51 to 100.
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Overall, the list of this 21st edition includes 12 new entries in 11 different cities (including Merito, in Lima, 59th, best entry), for a ranking that covers 22 regions on five continents: 15 tables in Asia, 21 in Europe, 6 in North America, 5 in South America and 3 in the Middle East and Africa.
A new French entrant
Among the lucky French winners, two new entrants at the end of the pack: the 3-star Kei of Japanese chef Kei Kobayashi (Paris), in 93rd place, and Ceto by Mauro Colagreco at Maybourne Riviera (Roquebrune-Cap-Martin), in 95th.
Two Parisian tables arrive from the king ranking (the top 50): L'Arpège by Alain Passard (62nd, falling 31 places) and Le Clarence by Chrisophe Pelé (67th, falling 39 places).
Two chefs remain in this part of the list: Yannick Alléno at Ledoyen in Paris (78th, falling 20 places) and Emmanuel Renaut at the Flocons de Sel in Megève (80th, gaining 19 places).
Note the disappearance of La Grenouillère by Alexandre Gauthier (La Madelaine-sous-Montreuil), 61st last year, Table by Bruno Verjus (Paris), 77th and AM by Alexandre Mazzia (Marseille), 80th. Three exits through the back door or, on the contrary, through the big one, namely the top 50? See you on June 20, from Valencia, to find out.