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Restaurant-Rangliste 2024

Trio leads France rankings

Frankreich, Rangliste

Arnaud Donckele in 1st place with the Plénitude and La Vague d'Or

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Three restaurants will top the French rankings in 2024. Two of them are run by Arnaud Donckele: the Plénitude in Paris and La Vague d'Or in St. Tropez. The top trio is completed by the Flocons de Sel in Megève. This is the result of an analysis of the scores of the most important restaurant guides for the country by The Plénitude was in tenth place in the ranking last year, while La Vague d'Or and the Flocons de Sel shared fourth place in 2023. The Flocons de Sel last held first place in the ranking in 2020.

Last year's leader, the Arpège in Paris, now occupies fourth place, which it shares with the Mirazur in Menton. New in the top 10 is Couillon La Marine in Noirmoutier-en-l'Île and Pré Catelan in Paris, both in sixth place. In addition, the restaurants Assiette Champenoise in Tinqueux and Le Cinq in Paris return to the top 10 after five years - both are tied in tenth place.

The best newcomer to the ranking is the restaurant La Table du Castellet in Le Castellet, which immediately achieved 83rd place in the ranking. The rising star of the year is La Table de l'Orangerie in La Puy-Sainte-Reparade, which improves from 2,684th to 357th place.

In total, the ranking comprises 3,294 restaurants, for which the ratings from the Michelin Guide, Gault&Millau, Pudlo "Cop  du coeur" and the LaListe, Best Chef Awards and Elite Traveller rankings were evaluated.

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