Re:World's 50 Best Restaurants
1) When the first Paris restaurant is #25 I must conclude that the list is made on criteria that I don't give a sh*t about, e.g. "sustainability".
2) I once dined at a Copenhagen restaurant that was then 'ranked' among the top five in the world. It was so forgettable that I forget its name. It was near the main train station.
3) On the present list, I have dined only at le Chateaubriand (#27). That was 'thanks' to Anthony Bourdain. It was quite excellent, but a number of cuts below (for my pedestrian tastes) my highly subjective (heavy accent on the ambiance) all-time 'bests'.