The Lunario restaurant, in Ensenada, also made its debut on the list, as well as establishments in Rio de Janeiro, Bogotá, Santiago and Buenos Aires.
The cities of Barranquilla (Colombia), Córdoba (Argentina) and Mérida (Mexico) entered for the first time in the list of the 100 best restaurants in Latin America, according to Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants, which released this Thursday the second half of the classification .
The list of positions 51-100 includes restaurants from 27 cities throughout the region, led by Fonda Lo Que Hay, located in Panama City and which occupies position 51, after having risen six positions with respect to the last year.
The Manuel restaurants (77), in Barranquilla; Huniik (58) from Mérida, and El Papagayo (82), from Córdoba, were responsible for putting these cities on the prestigious registry for the first time.
Santiago de Chile and São Paulo lead the list with six restaurants each, followed by Bogotá and Buenos Aires with four each.
The list presents 15 new additions, among them the Lunario restaurant, in Ensenada (Mexico), which debuts in position 54, as the best placed among the new members of the ranking.
Other new additions include Café Misterio (78), in Montevideo; Ocyá (96) and Ristorante Hotel Cipriani (95), in Rio de Janeiro; Oda (99), in Bogotá; Pulpería Santa Elvira (70) and Yum Cha (87), in Santiago, and Trescha (94), in Buenos Aires.
On November 28, the Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants organization will announce the list of the best restaurants in the region at a ceremony to be held in Rio de Janeiro.
The Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants Academy is made up of more than 300 regional members with voting rights.
Source: Aristegui Noticias