Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants announces 51-100 list
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Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants announces 51-100 list

Bangkok is represented by seven restaurants

Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants announces 51-100 list

Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants has announced the list of restaurants ranked between 51st and 100th in the region ahead of its live awards ceremony.

This year’s 51-100 list welcomes 12 new entries.

The 51-100 list: A Snapshot

● Spanning the region, the 51-100 list includes restaurants from 16 cities. 

● Singapore and Tokyo lead the rankings with eight spots each with two and three new entries,


● Lamdre in Beijing is the 2024 recipient of the American Express One To Watch Award, and

debuts on the list at No.97. 

● Bangkok is represented by seven restaurants, including new entrant Haoma at No.90. 

● Hong Kong has six places on the list and a new entry with Howard’s Gourmet at No.100

● Seoul occupies five spots on the list with three new entries: Solbam (No.65), Kwonsooksoo. 

(No.89) and Alla Prima (No.91)

● Shanghai and Mumbai claim three places each with a new entrant for the latter, The Bombay

Canteen at No.70. 

● The cities of Colombo, Gurugram, Kuala Lumpur, Macau, Manila, New Delhi, Shenzhen and Toyama each have one restaurant on the list. 

In Bangkok, Ms. Maria & Mr. Singh is No. 54; Blue by Alain Ducasse at No.63: Haoma at No.90; Wana Yook at No.92; Côte by Mauro Colagreco at No.93; Gaa at No.94 and Raan Jay Fai at No.95. 

Ms. Maria & Mr. Singh at No. 54

Haoma at No.90.

Blue by Alain Ducasse at No.63.

The 2024 list of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants will be revealed at the awards ceremony held on March 26, 2024 in Seoul, South Korea. Hosted in collaboration with destination partner Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (MAFRA) and the Seoul Metropolitan Government, the event programme will also comprise #50BestTalks, a thought-leadership forum exploring some of the most pertinent topics affecting the hospitality world today, with the title ‘Food of the People’; the 50 Best Signature Sessions series of collaborative dining events open to the public, which sees 50 Best chefs cooking alongside renowned local talent for exclusive dining opportunities; a Chefs’ Feast showcasing the finest cooking and ingredients that Seoul is renowned for; a ‘Meet the Chefs’ media roundtable event and the awards ceremony itself.

For the full 51-100 list, visit

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