For the fourth consecutive year Ferran Adrià (El Bulli) it was the most voted by the 806 chefs, food critics and experts in the restaurant industry from all over the world who make up the jury of the S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants 2009 which was held in London. in second place the English The Fat Duck of Heston Blumenthal.
The Noma restaurant in Copenhagen, with its young chef Rene Redzepi, wins third place and the special Chef's Choice award. The Mugaritz of Andoni Luis Aduriz takes fourth place, while another Spanish restaurant, El Celler de Can Roca, comes in fifth.
The New York restaurant of Thomas Keller, the Per Se, reaches the sixth position. The Bras, headed by the chef Michel Bras, occupies the highest position among French restaurants, the seventh. Eighth theArzak in Spain, ninth on Pierre Gagnaire French and tenth Align, Usa.
France has, like the United States, the highest number of restaurants in the rankings: eight restaurants in the top 50 respectively. Both Spain and Italy have six restaurants each in this year's rankings.
The highest new entry in the ranking is Italian and wins the thirteenth place. It's about the chef Massimo Bottura of the Franciscan Inn of Modena. The restaurant Cracco di Milano climbs 21 positions, finishing 22nd, just above Gambero Rosso's Fulvio pierangelini which is 28 °. The Combal.Zero of Davide scabin raggiunge Dal Pescatore (48) and the calenders (49), ensuring a return in the standings at 42.
If you want to try one of the best restaurants in Italy, look for it in your city. Bon appetit!