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On October 24, 2017 The World’s 50 Best held their annual gala in Bogota announcing the winners of the Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants.  The jury of over 200 judges determined this year’s winners.  This year Maido of Lima, Peru made the top of list, which is currently ranked no 8 in the world and Lima’s Central came in at no 2, and is ranked n o 5 in the world.  Hailing from Bogota was Leonarda Espinosa who won Latin America’s Best Female Chef for the second year in a row and Harry Sasson who won the Highest Climber Award.



Here is the List of Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants

  1. Maido, Lima, Perú
  2. Central, Lima, Perú
  3. O.M., São Paulo, Brasil
  4. Pujol, México City, México
  5. Boragó, Santiago, Chile
  6. Quintonil, México City, México
  7. Astrid y Gastón, Lima, Peru
  8. A Casa do Porco, São Paulo, Brasil
  9. Maní, São Paulo, Brasil
  10. Tegui, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  11. Sud 777, México City, México
  12. Osso Carnicería y Salumería, Lima, Perú
  13. Don Julio, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  14. 99, Santiago, Chile
  15. La Mar, Lima, Perú
  16. Lasai, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
  17. Harry Sasson, Bogotá, Colombia
  18. Leo, Bogotá, Colombia
  19. El Baqueano, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  20. Maito, Panamá City, Panamá
  21. Isolina, Lima, Perú
  22. Parador La Huella, José Ignacio, Uruguay
  23. Olympe, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
  24. Rafael, Lima, Perú
  25. Pangea, Monterrey, México
  26. Chila, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  27. Mocotó, São Paulo, Brasil
  28. Gustu, La Paz, Bolivia
  29. Nicos, México City, México
  30. Malabar, Lima, Perú
  31. Biko, México City, México
  32. Amaranta, Toluca, México
  33. Ambrosia, Santiago, Chile
  34. Corazón de Tierra, Valle de Guadalupe, México
  35. Rosetta, México City, México (Nueva entrada)
  36. Alcalde, Guadalajara, México (Nueva entrada)
  37. Elena, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  38. Restaurante 040, Santiago, Chile (Nueva entrada)
  39. Máximo Bistrot, México City, México (Nueva entrada)
  40. Villanos en Bermudas, Bogotá, Colombia (Nueva entrada)
  41. Esquina Mocotó, São Paulo, Brasil (Nueva entrada)
  42. Laja, Valle de Guadalupe, México (Nueva entrada)
  43. La Docena Oyster Bar & Grill, Guadalajara, México (Nueva entrada)
  44. Aramburu, Buenos Aires, Argentina
  45. Tuju, São Paulo, Brasil
  46. Fiesta, Lima, Perú
  47. Amaz, Lima, Perú (Nueva entrada)
  48. Crizia, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Nueva entrada)
  49. Proper, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Nueva entrada)
  50. Mishiguene, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Nueva entrada)


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