New York food magazine the Daily Meal has released their Top 101 Restaurants of South America, Central America and the Caribbean and Flying Fish is placed in the middle at #58. It is the first appearance in the Daily Meal list that includes many restaurants from the San Pellegrino World's Top 50. Chef Tim is honoured and humbled to be mentioned in this list of restaurants and hopes to place higher next year.
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February editions of Dolce Magazine are coming out across Europe and have the World Gourmet Society's picks for the 6 most accomplished members which include Chef Tim alongside great chefs like 2 Michelin starred Tom Aikens and Thomas Dorfor who's in the World's Top 50 restaurants.
Caribbean Journal has named Flying Fish to the #6 spot on their annual Top 50 restaurants of the Caribbean list. This is the third year for Flying Fish on the list starting in 2014 at #9, last year at #8 and this year at #6. Chef Tim is most excited by the constant climbing in the rankings, as it shows further growth and a constant push for excellence that is being recognized by the journalists who are visiting.
Flying Fish has won its fourth consecutive AAA 4 Diamond Award for 2017. The awards are chosen by the AAA inspectors who inspect over 40000 venues annually throughout North America, Central America and the Caribbean. The criteria is intensive and thorough and can be found in a 57 page booklet available at the AAA website. There are less than 30 restaurants to hold this award in the Caribbean.
French restaurant ratings guide LaListe has named Flying Fish one of the 1000 best restaurants in the world. Working on a ratings system by combining aggregate scores from dozens of guidebooks, critics, travellers and review sites, LaListe claims to have the most comprehensive and balanced ratings system in the world. They take every restaurant in the world that is mentioned in multiple guidebooks and assigns a score based on the aggregate of all the sources. The final list is the Top 100 scores, incorporating 1000 different restaurants from over 100 countries. Flying Fish was awarded the 58th highest score in the world at 85.25. That score also placed them #2 in the Caribbean region, and the only restaurant to get a score in the Bahamas.