Casablanca — 15 Moroccan restaurants have been named by La Liste’s 2017 compilation of the world’s 1,000 best restaurants.
La Liste, a world renown ranker of the world’s best restaurants, which uses an “algorithm-based aggregator of food guides and reviews,” has released its list of the world’s 1,000 best restaurants in 135 countries based on 400 guides and 150,000 trusted reviews.
With a score of 96.75, La Grande Table Française (Marrakech) found itself in the Top 100. Other top rated Moroccan restaurants included in the prestigious list are Riad Kenza (Marrakech), Dar Roumana (Fes) and La Ville Blanche (Agadir), among others.
This year, for the first time, La Liste decided to also include more than 10,000 “Best Value” restaurants. The Moroccan restaurants below were included in that list:
In its 2017 research, La Liste has found that the leading trio this year is made up of Japan, France and China (Hong Kong and Macao), according to a press release published by the company.
This year, La Liste ranked Guy Savoy in Paris as the best restaurant in the world. Le Bernardin (New York) and Kyo Aji (Tokyo) tied for 2nd place.