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World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024 Reveals 51-100 List But Malaysia Fails To Make The Cut

Annual list sees neighbours Bangkok and Singapore feature prominently


World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024 Reveals 51-100 List But Malaysia Fails To Make The Cut


Malaysia is renowned for its food but evidently that may not be the case in the eyes of the world stage. With the recent unveiling of the 51-100 list by the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024, no local restaurant has managed to make the cut.

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The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024, sponsored by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, reveals the list of restaurants ranked No.51 to No.100

Sponsored by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024 recently revealed the list of restaurants ranked from No.51 to No.100. The list was released ahead of this year’s awards ceremony, which takes place in Las Vegas on 5 June.  The event will be live streamed on the 50 Best Facebook page and YouTube channel beginning at 20:25 PDT on the day.

The extended 51-100 list features restaurants across six continents and is compiled from the votes of 1,080 independent experts from the world of gastronomy, from food journalists and globally renowned chefs to travelling gastronomes.  Each has contributed their votes to help create The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024, with the full list to be revealed two weeks from today, live on stage.

Making The Cut

The 51-100 list includes 12 new entries from 11 different cities, ranging from Berlin and Mumbai to Seoul and Sydney. The entries include restaurants in 23 territories across six continents. Asia was represented by 13 entries with six from North America and five from South America. Middle East, Africa and Oceania delivered one apiece with the largest entries from Europe at 23.

The highest new entry in the 51-100 list is Atelier Moessmer Norbert Niederkofler in Brunico, Italy, at No.52. Europe gains six new entries to the list this year, including Atelier Moessmer Norbert Niederkofler (No.52) in Brunico; Coda (No.62) in Berlin; Bozar (No.63) in Brussels; Le Doyenné (No.70) in Saint-Vrain; Restaurant Jan (No.84) in Munich and Mountain (No.94) in London.

Asia welcomes new entries from Masque in Mumbai (No.78), as well as Mosu (No.86) and Onjium (No.96), both in Seoul. The World’s 50 Best Restaurants continues to recognise North America’s flourishing gastronomy with new entries Smyth, in Chicago, at No.90 and Fauna, in Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico, at No.100. Australia is represented in the extended ranking by Sydney’s Saint Peter, led by chef Josh Niland, which places at No.98.

Missing The Cut

Best Restaurants 2024

William Drew, Director of Content for The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, stated that this year’s extended ranking is a true representation of global gastronomy. “With restaurants located across 23 territories, we’re thrilled to see so many new entries that are making their mark on the dining world. Huge congratulations to the restaurants and teams on this year’s 51-100 list.”

Noticeably missing from the list is Malaysia with no restaurant from Kuala Lumpur or Penang featuring. It is somewhat of a disappointment considering that our closest neighbours managed to make the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2024, 51-100 rankings.

Bangkok scored a pair of positions with Potong (No.57) and Nusara (No.74). Singapore delivered three with Meta (No. 95), Labyrinth (No.92) and Burnt Ends (No.68).  Nevertheless there is still hope that one of Malaysia’s top restaurants has managed to make its way into the top 50 list. It looks like we need to wait till 5 June to find out.

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