Copenhagen’s restaurants have been named the best restaurants in the world by industry members for the second year in a row.
Over the last two decades, more than 1,000 culinary experts have decided on the best restaurants in the world with annual awards.
The three-star facility Geranium, led by chef Rasmus Coford, won the coveted top spot at a ceremony in London on Monday. Second place was “Central” in Lima, Peru, and third place was “Disfrutar” in Barcelona.
However, Luxembourg foodies need to travel to one of their neighbors to sample one of the best restaurants in the world, as the Grand Duchy’s facilities are not ranked in the Top 100.
There are two restaurants in the top 50 in Germany. In 17th place is “Nobelhart & Schmutzig” and in 26th place is “Restaurant Tim Raue”, both in Berlin.
In Belgium, Nick Bril’s restaurant “The Jane” is ranked 23rd in Antwerp, and France is well on the list. There are several facilities in the top 50 in Paris alone. 22nd place “Septime”, 28th place “Le Clarence”, 31st place “Arpège”.
Luxembourg seems to have to wait a little longer before joining its neighbors in the rankings-to date, Luxembourg facilities are not considered worthy of the title.