Hong Kong’s The Chairman named “Best Restaurant in Asia” and “Best Restaurant in China” at Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2021 Awards

Hong Kong leads Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2021 list with 11 entries and The Chairman becoming the first Hong Kong restaurant to win the top spot. Launched in 2009, Cantonese restaurant The Chairman in Central is renowned for its authentic, ingredients-driven cuisine. It won both coveted titles of “Best Restaurant in Asia” and “Best Restaurant in China” for 2021.

 

Held virtually before a global audience on 25 March, the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2021 awards ceremony also announced other Hong Kong restaurants that made the list, including newcomer Mono (No.44), as well as re-entries Caprice (No.28) and Ta Vie (No.38).

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Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2021 revealed with Hong Kong’s The Chairman taking the top spot

A year on and the challenges of the outbreak remain. Except now, there seem to be signs of optimism and revival sprouting across the Asian continent and within the restaurant industry. In the ninth edition of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list, the award ceremony on March 25 was once again held as a digital broadcast with restaurateurs, chefs, foodies, and friends tuning in to celebrate all the talent, skill, and dedication in the culinary world.

In Hong Kong, progressive cuisine was recognised greatly with contemporary French restaurant Mono, which dances to a Latin American rhythm thanks to Venezuelan chef

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World’s Best Restaurant 2021 in Asia Is Hong Kong’s The Chairman

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A year of lockdowns and temporary closures impacted the list of Asia’s top dining rooms, with some new names near the top of the list. 

The Chairman in Hong Kong was named the No. 1 restaurant in the region by World’s 50 Best Restaurants, which is owned by William Reed Business Media Ltd.

The other restaurants that made up the Top 5 were Singapore’s Odette, Den in Tokyo, Le Du in Bangkok and Gaggan Anand — a new entry — also in Bangkok. It represented a

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