• The World's 50 Best Restaurants
  • Relae, Copenhagen, Denmark

    The third edition of the Sustainable Restaurant Award, sponsored by Pago Los Balancines, sees new entry Relae in Copenhagen take home the title.

    The award is given to the restaurant on the 50 Best list with the highest environmental and social responsibility rating, as ranked by audit partner the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA). Relae, co-owned by director Kim Rossen and chef Christian Puglisi, follows in the footsteps of last year’s victor, Azurmendi in Larrabetzu, northern Spain

  • The World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2015 Guide

    Your guide to the year's best restaurants around the globe – The World’s 50 Best Restaurants Guide 2015 – is packed with details on the greatest restaurants around the world, according to our panel of almost 1,000 experts.

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  • Sepia, Sydney, Australia

    The One to Watch Award, sponsored by Silestone® by Cosentino, is presented to a restaurant with potential to rise up the list. The 2015 award has been given to Sepia in Sydney, No.84 on the 51-100 list.

    British-born chef Martin Benn got his start in London under Michel Lorrain and Marco Pierre White, but looking at the menus at his coolly elegant Sydney restaurant – which are as likely to trade in kabosu, sansho and dashi as they are jamón, caviar and quail eggs – it's clear that the years he spent heading the kitchen at local landmark Tetsuya's more than made an impression