+

Two Indian Restaurants Makes It To World’s 100 Best Restaurants List In 2024

Mumbai’s fine dining establishment, Masque, has secured the 78th spot on the World’s 100 Best Restaurants list in 2024, earning the title of Best Restaurant in India. Another Indian entrant, New Delhi’s Indian Accent, is ranked at #89. Both restaurants are newcomers to this prestigious list this year. Both Masque and Indian Accent also claimed […]

Mumbai’s fine dining establishment, Masque, has secured the 78th spot on the World’s 100 Best Restaurants list in 2024, earning the title of Best Restaurant in India. Another Indian entrant, New Delhi’s Indian Accent, is ranked at #89. Both restaurants are newcomers to this prestigious list this year.

Both Masque and Indian Accent also claimed top positions on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list in 2024.

Gaggan Anand’s Bangkok Restaurant Shines

Indian Chef Gaggan Anand’s restaurant in Bangkok continues to impress, securing the ninth position on the list. This marks their second consecutive year on the list, improving from the #17 spot in 2023. The restaurant has also been named the Best Restaurant in Asia.

Trèsind Studio Retains Its Position

Chef Himanshu Saini’s Indian-cuisine restaurant, Trèsind Studio, maintained its presence on the list, ranking at #13. Although it dropped from the #11 spot in 2023, it still holds the title of Best Restaurant in the Middle East.

For those planning to visit the Indian entrants on the list, here’s a closer look at what awaits you on your visit:

Masque, Mumbai

Leading the Indian representation, Masque, with Chef Varun Totlani at the helm, offers innovative takes on classic dishes. Diners can enjoy playful creations like “makkai mathri” (corn and hemp seed crisps) served with chutneys and charred corn. Notably, Masque was ranked #23 on the Asia Best Restaurants list in 2024.

Indian Accent, Delhi

A consistent presence on Asia’s 50 Best list, Indian Accent secured the 26th spot in 2024. Chef Manish Mehrotra’s renowned restaurant is celebrated for its modern twists on Indian flavors, featuring unusual breads, artfully crafted cornets with spiced fillings, and standout mains such as tamarind crab with coconut curry.

Trèsind Studio, Dubai

This intimate 20-seater restaurant offers a unique interactive experience. Guests can watch the open kitchen as intricate dishes, from pani puri to comforting curries, are prepared. Chef Himanshu Saini provides engaging insights into each dish, sparking curiosity and deeper appreciation.

Gaggan, Bangkok

Prepare for a disruptive fine dining experience at Gaggan. Chef Anand blends progressive Indian cuisine with French, Thai, and Japanese influences. The menu is presented with emojis, encouraging diners to eat with their hands and emphasizing creativity and fun.

Tags:

Indian AccentIndian RestaurantsMasqueTDGIndia HeraldWorld’s 100 Best RestaurantsWorld’s 100 Best Restaurants List