Winners at this year39s World39s Best Restaurants ceremony celebrate their achievement

Winners at this year's World's Best Restaurants ceremony celebrate their achievement.

World’s 50 Best Restaurants: Troubles at the Top

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We know for sure that Spain’s El Celler de Can Roca definitely had the number one score in 2015’s The World’s Best Restaurants competition. That’s because a backlash against organizer William Reed Business Media’s methodology—dubbed “opaque, sexist and complacent” by detractors—resulted in the hiring of global business consulting firm Deloitte to monitor voting this year.

Given the proliferation of “best restaurant” lists, it’s no wonder questions are being raised both about wha

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