The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Revealed At Awards Ceremony In Las Vegas – See The List

(The World’s 50 Best) The highly anticipated list of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024, sponsored by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, was revealed on Wednesday 5 June in a glitzy and glamourous live awards ceremony held at Wynn Las Vegas. The event brought together the best chefs, restaurateurs and hospitality industry icons on the planet.

The 22nd edition of the annual ranking features restaurants from 26 territories, five continents and eight exciting new and re-entries. Discover the list and find out which venue was named No.1, taking home the trophy and being crowned The World’s Best Restaurant 2024, sponsored by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna

No.50 Uliassi
Set in a paradisiacal location between the marina and the beach with stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea, the restaurant led by siblings head chef Mauro and maître d’ Catia Uliassi has been a food destination since it opened in 1990. The menu sees 10 new dishes added every year and features a mix of classic and innovative plates. Treats including the iconic foie gras wafer and kir royale set the tone for a feast that also includes seared cuttlefish and red shrimp with orange peel.

No.49 La Colombe NEW ENTRY
Cape Town
Great food and views go hand-in-hand at this South African stunner tucked away at the top of Constantia Nek, looking over the Constantia Valley towards the sea. At La Colombe, chef James Gaag and his team create elegant dishes grounded in French technique and accented with Asian flourishes. The eight or 10-course tasting menus are executed with impeccable precision, yet the experience remains playful and approachable, with guests selecting their own canapes as they begin their meal. As the restaurant is on a wine estate, you’re guaranteed a great glass, although a lot of thought has gone into the low and no ABV options too.

No.48 Hiša Franko
Chef Ana Roš put Slovenia on the gastronomic map after being voted The World’s Best Female Chef in 2017. The self-taught cook specialises in truly local food, only using produce sourced within a few kilometres of the restaurant found in the stunning surroundings of the Soča Valley. The current tasting menu, called ’50 Shades of Red’, includes dishes such as garden leaves with a brown butter emulsion, cappelletti with black pear and Jerusalem artichoke and quail egg and alpine caviar.

No.47 Schloss Schauenstein
Housed in a remote castle at the top of a mountain in a tiny town in Switzerland, it’s unlikely you’ll accidentally stumble on Schloss Schauenstein, but it’s definitely worth the trip. The memorable dining experience led by chef Andreas Caminada is a modern incarnation of European cooking, complemented by super friendly service and a forward-thinking vision that made them the winner of the Sustainable Restaurant Award in 2019.

No.46 SingleThread – RE-ENTRY
Led by Kyle and Katina Connaughton, SingleThread is a destination restaurant and boutique hotel in the picturesque Californian town of Healdsburg in the wine-famous Sonoma Valley. Chef Kyle oversees the kitchen, presenting an exquisite tasting menu with a strong Japanese influence. Katina runs the couple’s nearby 24-acre farm, from which most of the restaurant’s produce is sourced.

No.45 Arpège – RE-ENTRY
This Parisian restaurant is a temple of vegetables and plant-based dishes. The ‘maestro’ of vegetarian cuisine, Alain Passard removed meat from the menu in 2001 – way before this became popular – and since then has been enchanting diners with his super fresh creations. The menu is crafted using seasonal and local ingredients harvested daily from Passard’s three biodynamic and organic farms and kitchen gardens just outside Paris.

No.44 Mingles NEW ENTRY
Acclaimed Korean chef Mingoo Kang is the creative head behind Mingles, named The Best Restaurant in Korea 2024 as part of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants. Feast on uncommon local ingredients – from acorn jelly and abalone to bellflower root – in a warm, uncluttered and earth-toned space. Kang’s now legendary ‘mingling pot’, which simmers morel and cabbage ssam with beef tendon and abalone should not be missed.

No.43 Nobelhart & Schmutzig
Describing itself as ‘vocally local’ and ‘Germany’s most political restaurant’, Nobelhart & Schmutzig has been committed to serving only ingredients from the greater Berlin region since it opened in 2015. Owner-sommelier Billy Wagner and chef Micha Schäfer present a six-course dinner with a side order of fun and a strict no-photos policy, that invites guests to fully immerse themselves in the dining experience and connect with the flavours of the region.

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