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Opened: 2007 What to know: Den was named No. 1 restaurant on list of Asia's top-50 restaurants.

20. Den (Tokyo, Japan)


Opened: 2005 What to know: Piazza Duomo chef Enrico Crippa researched regional history to inspire his dishes.

19. Piazza Duomo (Alba, Italy)


Opened: 2015 What to know: The dome-shaped ceiling changes its scenery during your visit to Alchemist.

18. Alchemist (Copenhagen, Denmark)


Opened: 2015 What to know: Nobelhart & Schmutzig gets all their products from the Berlin region and lists the producer of each item on their menu.

17. Nobelhart & Schmutzig (Berlin, Germany)


Opened: 1964 What to know: Elkano was transformed from a grocery store, to bar, to street-side grill before it became the place it is today.

16. Elkano (Getaria, Spain)


Opened: 1996 What to know: Reale opened in 1911 as Appenninis Grand Hotel and was the only hotel in the ski area.

15. Reale (Castel di Sangro, Italy)


Opened: 1999 What to know: Don Julio won Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants’ Art of Hospitality Award in 2018.

14. Don Julio (Buenos Aires, Argentina)


Opened: 1970 What to know: Herbs and vegetables are grown on Steirereck's rooftop.

13. Steirereck (Vienna, Austria)


Opened: 1990 What to know: The staff comes together in the "Uliassi lab" to come up with new ideas and dishes.

12. Uliassi (Senigallia, Italy)


Opened: 2009 What to know: Maido combines Peruvian ingredients and Japanese techniques on its menu.

11. Maido (Lima, Peru)


1981-opened Le Calandre and chef Massimiliano Alajmo got three Michelin stars, making Max the youngest to do so.

10. Le Calandre (Rubano, Italy)


Opened: 2012 What to know: In 2020, Quintonil went through a redesign, adding a new counter seating area and a view into the open kitchen.

9. Quintonil (Mexico City, Mexico)


Opened: 2014 What to know: Lido 84 only first appeared on the world's best list in 2021--All the way up at No. 15, an impressive debut.

8. Lido 84 (Gardone Riviera, Italy)


Opened: 2015 What to know: A Casa do Porco's Portuguese name translates to "House of the Pig" in English.

7. A Casa do Porco (São Paulo, Brazil)


Opened: 1988 What to know: Chef Victor Arguinzoniz was born in a country house only a kilometer away from Asador Etxebarri.

6. Asador Etxebarri (Atxondo, Spain)


Opened: 2000 What to know: Pujol relocated to a suburban neighborhood of Mexico City.

5. Pujol (Mexico City, Mexico)


Opened: 2007 What to know: DiverXO chef Dabiz Muñoz became the second-youngest person in the world to earn three-star Michelin status at 33.

4. DiverXO (Madrid, Spain)


2014-opened Oriol Castro, Mateu Casaas, and Eduard Xatruch all worked at various restaurants in 1997 before opening Disfrutar.

3. Disfrutar (Barcelona, Spain)


Opened: 2008 What to know: Chefs Pía León and Virgilio Martínez run Central and León was voted as The World’s Best Female Chef 2021.

2. Central (Lima, Peru)


Opened: 2007 What to know: Geranium was the first Danish restaurant to win three Michelin stars in 2016.

1. Geranium (Copenhagen, Denmark)

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