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The 50 Best Restaurants in Asia

by Katie Skrzek

May 14, 2015

Lung King Heen in Hong Kong © Leon Brocard | Flickr

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The Diners Club World’s 50 Best Restaurants Academy recently named its 50 Best Restaurants in Asia 2015 list. In its third year, the awards featured several new entries.

 

More than 300 influential leaders in the restaurant industry in Asia selected this year’s list:

  1. Gaggan; Bangkok, Thailand
  2. Narisawa; Tokyo, Japan
  3. Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet; Shanghai, China
  4. Nihonryori RyuGin; Tokyo, Japan
  5. Restaurant André; Singapore
  6. Amber; Hong Kong, China
  7. Nahm; Bangkok, Thailand
  8. 8 ½ Otto E Mezzo Bombana; Hong Kong, China
  9. Waku Ghin; Singapore
  10. Jungsik; Seoul, Korea
  11. Jaan; Singapore
  12. L’Effervescence; Tokyo, Japan
  13. Les Amis; Singapore
  14. Hajime; Osaka, Japan
  15. Fook Lam Moon; Hong Kong, China
  16. Fu 1015; Shanghai, China
  17. L’Atelier De Joel Robuchon; Hong Kong, China
  18. Iggy’s; Singapore
  19. Fu He Hui; Shanghai, China
  20. Lung King Heen; Hong Kong, China
  21. Mr & Mrs Bund; Shanghai, China
  22. Indian Accent, at The Manor; New Delhi, India
  23. Robuchon au Dome; Macau, China
  24. Tenku RyuGin; Hong Kong, China
  25. Eat Me; Bangkok, Thailand
  26. Le Moȗt; Taichung, Taiwan
  27. Ryunique; Seoul, Korea
  28. Bo Innovation; Hong Kong, China
  29. Wasabi by Morimoto; Bombay, India
  30. Burnt Ends; Singapore
  31. Nihonbashi; Colombo, Sri Lanka
  32. Shinji By Kanesaka; Singapore
  33. Takazawa; Tokyo, Japan
  34. 28 HuBin Road; Hangzhou, China
  35. The Chairman; Hong Kong, China
  36. Tippling Club; Singapore
  37. Bo Lan; Bangkok, Thailand
  38. La Yeon; Seoul, Korea
  39. Issaya Siamese Club; Bangkok, Thailand
  40. Sushi Saito; Tokyo, Japan
  41. Bukhara; New Delhi, India
  42. Caprice; Hong Kong, China
  43. Ministry of Crab; Colombo, Sri Lanka
  44. Sukiyabashi Jiro; Tokyo, Japan
  45. Osteria Mozza; Singapore
  46. Hakkasan; Shanghai, China
  47. Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck; Singapore
  48. Antonio’s; Tagaytay, Philippines
  49. Quintessence; Tokyo, Japan
  50. Cuisine Wat Damnak; Siem Reap, Cambodia

 

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