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China leads awards

By Mike Peters | China Daily | Updated: 2014-03-02 10:49
China leads awards

Richard Ekkebus (left), executive chef of Amber at the Mandarin Oriental Landmark Hotel in Hong Kong, accepts the award for best restaurant in China. Photo provided to China Daily

Restaurants from the Chinese mainland, Taiwan and Hong Kong dominated the winner's list at Monday's gala awards dinner for Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2014, sponsored by S. Pellegrino, Acqua Panna and Diners Club for the second year. Like last year, however, no Beijing restaurant made the list.

Amber (No 4) at the Mandarin Oriental Landmark Hotel in Hong Kong took the title of best restaurant in China for the second consecutive year. Chef Paul Pairet's Shanghai restaurants Ultraviolet and Mr & Mrs Bund rank No 8 and No 11 respectively. Hong Kong is represented by returning favorites Lung King Heen (9), 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo Bombana (10), Caprice (13), Bo Innovation (15), L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon (18), Fook Lam Moon (19), Yardbird (45) and Tenku RyuGin (50). In Shanghai, Fu1015 jumps 14 places to land at No 26, Franck Bistro in Shanghai earns a place (48), and Family Li Imperial Cuisine in Shanghai makes the list for the first time (46). Winners elsewhere include Taiwan's Le Mout (24), 28 HuBin Road in Hangzhou (33), and Robuchon Au Dome in Macau (39).

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