Forget the restaurant guides with entries chosen by a panel of 'experts'. This 1,184-page guide is by the real specialists, featuring over 7,000 recommendations for more than 4,500 restaurants in more than 70 countries from more than 650 of the world's best chefs, including: Jason Atherton, Shannon Bennett, Helena Rizzo, Stephen Harris, Yotam Ottolenghi, Yoshihiro Narisawa, and hundreds more. And, with a new international slate of editors, this third version is more comprehensive than ever.
About the Author
Joe Warwick is a London-based food writer and critic who started the World's 50 Best Restaurant Awards.
Joshua David Stein contributes to New York Magazine, New York Times and The Sunday Times and is a restaurant critic at the New York Observer.
Evelyn Chen is a Singapore-born writer and regional academy chair for World's 50 Best Restaurants.
Natascha Mirosch covers Brisbane's food news for goodfood and brisbanetimes websites.
"The equivalent of a world map of restaurants which are highly recommended by 660 chefs."--CentMagazine.co.uk
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"The fully updated and revised, third edition, of this critically-acclaimed book comes out on the 21st of March this year. Containing 4,538 restaurant recommendations in 570 cities, you can be sure that wherever you are, whatever cuisine you are in the mood for, this encyclopedic book will have what you're after."--AbslolutelyLondon
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