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THE GOOD LIFE : THE TOP 50 RESTAURANTS IN LATIN AMERICA (2014)*







*The list for 2015 will be revealed September 23rd in Mexico City:



Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants moves to Mexico


After two incredible years in Lima, the third edition of Latin America's 50 Best Restaurants will be held in Mexico City on Wednesday 23rd September 2015.

Last year's event was attended by the finest chefs from across the region, and saw Virgilio Martínez's Central in Lima crowned No.1.

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See The list







Latin Americas's 50 Best Restaurants
2014


1-10




1-50







No.1
CENTRAL
Lima, Peru







No.2
ASTRID Y GASTÓN
Lima, Peru







No.3
D.O.M.
São Paulo, Brazil





No.4
MANÍ
São Paulo, Brazil





No.5
BORAGÓ
Santiago, Chile





No.6
PUJOL
Mexico City, Mexico





No.7
MAIDO
Lima, Peru





No.8
BIKO
Mexico City, Mexico





No.9
TEGUI
Buenos Aires, Argentina






No.10
QUINTONIL
Mexico City, Mexico







No.11
MALABAR
Lima, Peru



No.12
MOCOTÓ
São Paulo, Brazil



No.13
ROBERTA SUDBRACK
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



No.14
ARAMBURU
Buenos Aires, Argentina



No.15
LA MAR
Lima, Peru



No.16
TARQUINO
Buenos Aires, Argentina



No.17
PARADOR LA HUELLA
José Ignacio, Uruguay



No.18
EL BAQUEANO
Buenos Aires, Argentina



No.19
PANGEA
Monterrey, Mexico



No.20
FIESTA
Lima, Peru



No.21
CHILA
Buenos Aires, Argentina



No.22
LA CABRERA
Buenos Aires, Argentina



No.23
TOMO 1
Buenos Aires, Argentina



No.24
SUD 777
Mexico City, Mexico










No.25
MANZANILLA
Ensenada, Mexico








No.26
MEROTORO
Mexico City, Mexico







No.27
RAFAEL
Lima, Peru





No.28
ALTO
Caracas, Venezuela



No.29
OVIEDO
Buenos Aires, Argentina



No.30
OSAKA
Santiago, Chile



No.31
LA PICANTERÍA
Lima, Peru



No.32
GUSTU
La Paz, Bolivia



No.33
ROSETTA
Mexico City, Mexico



No.34
REMANSO DO BOSQUE
Belém, Brazil



No.35
OLYMPE
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil



No.36
EPICE
São Paulo, Brazil



No.37
AMBROSÍA
Santiago, Chile



No.38
ATTIMO
São Paulo, Brazil



No.39
CRITERIÓN
Bogotá, Colombia



No.40
FRANCIS MALLMANN 1884
Mendoza, Argentina



No.41
AMARANTA
Toluca, Mexico








No.42
CORAZÓN DE TIERRA
Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico








No.43
HARRY SASSON
Bogotá, Colombia



No.44
FASANO
São Paulo, Brazil



No.45
LA BOURGOGNE
Punta del Este, Uruguay



No.46
EL CIELO
Bogotá, Colombia



No.47
SUCRE
Buenos Aires, Argentina



No.48
ELENA
Buenos Aires, Argentina



No.49
LEO COCINA Y CAVA
Bogotá, Colombia



No.50
PURA TIERRA
Buenos Aires, Argentina






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Alphonso (mango)
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