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Asia's 50 Best Restaurants Reveals
2024's 51-100 List

Written by Gastronomer Lifestyle

15th March, 2024 

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Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, presented by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, unveils the lineup of top dining destinations ranked between 51st and 100th in the region ahead of its live awards ceremony. This prestigious list is curated by the votes of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants Academy, an influential and gender-balanced group comprising 318 leaders from various sectors including food critics, chefs, restaurateurs, and culinary experts. With 12 fresh faces joining this year’s 51-100 list, the culinary landscape is set for a thrilling shake-up.

Here’s a glimpse of the 51-100 list:

Covering a diverse array of cuisines, the 51-100 list showcases restaurants hailing from 16 different cities. Singapore and Tokyo lead the pack, each boasting eight esteemed spots, including two and three new entries, respectively.

  • Lamdre in Beijing claims the coveted American Express One To Watch Award 2024, making its debut on the list at No. 97.
  • Bangkok shines with seven restaurants on the list, featuring newcomer Haoma at No. 90.
  • Hong Kong makes its mark with six culinary gems, including newcomer Howard’s Gourmet at No. 100.
  • Seoul secures five spots, welcoming three newcomers: Solbam (No. 65), Kwonsooksoo (No. 89), and Alla Prima (No. 91).
  • Shanghai and Mumbai each boast three entries, with The Bombay Canteen making its debut for the latter at No. 70.
  • Other cities like Colombo, Gurugram, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Manila, New Delhi, Shenzhen, and Toyama are also represented.


New Experiences, New Destinations:

Among the 12 newcomers, Seoul stands out with three entries. Solbam at No. 65 serves up nature-inspired contemporary cuisine, while Kwonsooksoo at No. 89 pays homage to traditional Korean techniques. Alla Prima, a chic Mediterranean-inspired spot, debuts at No. 91.

Tokyo adds three fresh entries to the mix. Crony at No. 58 offers whimsical tasting menus blending French, Scandinavian, and North American influences. Meanwhile, Maz brings Peruvian fine dining to Tokyo at No. 69, and Myoujyaku at No. 76 dazzles with its vegetable-centric seasonal fare.

Singapore welcomes two newcomers: Peach Blossoms at No. 74 presents contemporary Chinese cuisine, while Mustard Seed at No. 81 offers a kaiseki-style experience celebrating local flavors.

Mumbai’s The Bombay Canteen, with its innovative approach to regional Indian cuisine, joins the list at No. 70, while Bangkok’s Haoma, led by Indian chef Deepanker Khosla, makes its mark at No. 90.

Beijing’s Lamdre, a vegetarian fine dining destination, earns the American Express One To Watch Award 2024, claiming the No. 97 spot. Hong Kong’s Howard’s Gourmet debuts at No. 100, showcasing reinvented Chinese fine cuisine.

William Drew, Director of Content at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants, expresses excitement about the diverse lineup, welcoming the newcomers and reaffirming the organization’s commitment to celebrating culinary excellence across Asia.

The 2024 list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants will be unveiled at the awards ceremony on March 26, 2024, in Seoul, South Korea. Hosted in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (MAFRA) and the Seoul Metropolitan Government, the event will feature #50BestTalks, collaborative dining events, a Chefs’ Feast, and the awards ceremony, all highlighting Seoul’s vibrant culinary scene. Stay tuned for the livestream on 50 Best’s Facebook and YouTube channels.



51 L’effervescence Tokyo
52 Xin Rong Ji Hong Kong
53 Jaan by Kirk Westaway Singapore
54 Ms. Maria & Mr. Singh Bangkok
55 Ta Vie Hong Kong
56 Dewakan Kuala Lumpur
57 Zén Singapore 58 Crony Tokyo
59 Jade Dragon Macau
60 Sushi Saito Tokyo
61 Americano Mumbai
62 Eatanic Garden Seoul
63 Blue by Alain Ducasse Bangkok
64 Born & Bred Seoul
65 Solbam Seoul
66 Sugita Tokyo
67 L’évo Toyama
68 Vea Hong Kong
69 Maz Tokyo
70 The Bombay Canteen Mumbai
71 Estro Hong Kong
72 Thevar Singapore
73 Nae:Um Singapore
74 Peach Blossoms Singapore
75 Summer Pavilion Singapore
76 Myoujyaku Tokyo
77 Ministry of Crab Colombo
78 Xin Rong Ji (Nanyang Road) Shanghai
79 Comorin Gurugram
80 Hommage Tokyo
81 Mustard Seed Singapore
82 Cloudstreet Singapore
83 Esquisse Tokyo
84 Metiz Manila
85 Refer Beijing
86 Ensue Shenzhen
87 Dum Pukht New Delhi
88 Godenya Hong Kong
89 Kwonsooksoo Seoul
90 Haoma Bangkok
91 Alla Prima Seoul
92 Wana Yook Bangkok
93 Côte by Mauro Colagreco Bangkok
94 Gaa Bangkok
95 Raan Jay Fai Bangkok
96 Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet Shanghai
97 Lamdre Beijing
98 Ekaa Mumbai
99 Fu1015 Shanghai
100 Howard’s Gourmet Hong Kong

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