Asia’s Top 20 Restaurants

on October 25 2010 | in Dining Lifestyle List of Lists | by | with 1 Comment

The Miele Guide emerged in Asia in the last couple years to recognize top restaurants in the region.

They announced their top 20 restaurants for 2010. Interestingly, the list leans heavily toward European cuisine and celebrity chefs.

Hong Kong had the most restaurants in the top 20, with six, while mainland China had only one – Beijing Da Dong – in the top 20, down from three on last year’s list.

Iggy’s edged out Hong Kong’s L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon for the number one spot this year.

Unlike Michelin which relies on anonymous critics, the Miele Guide uses public vote from about 20,000 registered members.

The Top 20 (Last year’s ranking)

1. Iggy’s, Singapore (2)
2. L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, Hong Kong (1)
3. Robuchon a Galera, Macau (3)
4. Jaan, Singapore (4)
5. Antonio’s, Cavite, Philippines (17)
6. Mozaic, Bali, Indonesia (6)
7. Zuma, Hong Kong (-)
8. Cilantro, Kuala Lumpur (-)
9. L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, Tokyo (20)
10. Caprice, Hong Kong (16)
11. Les Amis, Singapore (5)
12. Yung Kee, Hong Kong (10)
13. Gunther’s Modern French Cuisine, Singapore (7)
14. Bukhara, New Delhi (11)
15. Tippling club, Singapore (-)
16. Nobu, Hong Kong (15)
17. Dum Pukht, Mumbai (-)
18. Ku De Ta, Bali (9)
19. Bo Innovation, Hong Kong (-)
20. Beijing Da Dong, Beijing (12)


Been to any on the list and want to share your experiences?

photo credit: iggy’s

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One Response to Asia’s Top 20 Restaurants

  1. knowing only Beijing restaurants, i can’t really compare but for Beijing Da Dong, you do not have the same level of food in all the restaurants of the chain.

    The one located near dongsishitiao may have the standard to be in that list but not the others.
    Wish I can try some of the other restaurants one day.

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