Two of Heston Blumenthal's restaurants have made it into the top 100 eateries in the world - scooping both third and 23rd place.
The celebrity chef's iconic Fat Duck was named the third best restaurant in the world in an annual poll by private jet lifestyle magazine Elite Traveler and Champagne Laurent-Perrier.
And his London eatery, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, at the Mandarin Oriental hotel, made it into the top 25.
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Winning streak: Heston Blumenthal had two restaurants recognised in the top 100, while Gordon Ramsay's London eatery took the 24th spot
The experimental chef dominated among the 11 British restaurants that made it into the top 100, of which eight are located in the capital.
While Chicago's three-Michelin star Alinea restaurant took the top spot, a record three New York eateries made it into the top 10.
The second spot went to DANIEL, owned by French chef Daniel Boulud, while contemporary American eatery Eleven Madison took fourth pace and La Bernardin fifth.
Country retreat: The Fat Duck, in Bray, Berkshire came third in the list of top 100 restaurants in the world
Britain's second entry in the top 10 was the two-Michelin star The Ledbury in London's Notting Hill - which took the ninth spot.
Heston Blumenthal said: 'Food critics are very important for the business and obviously to bring the general public in, but ultimately you're cooking for your customers and you want to give them the best pleasure and experience. So to have this recognition, after we've been going for nearly twenty years, it's fantastic.'
Young talent: Chef Grant Achatz has three Michelin stars for his Chicago restaurant Alinea
Country retreat: Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir Aux Quat' Saisons was also honoured on the list
Head Chef at The Ledbury Brett Graham was just as delighted.
He said: 'We've got a great, enthusiastic young team here. We all work really hard together to do our best towards the guests' experience and it's really nice for the team to get an award like this and recognition of all their hard work. This is an important award and we're very pleased we're included in it.'
London leader: Dinner by Heston Blumenthal is located in the capital's Mandarin Oriental hotel
Other British entries into the top 100 were dominated by some of the country's best-known chefs, with Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester - both in London - taking 24th and 54th place respectively.
THE BRITISH RESTAURANTS THAT MADE IT INTO THE TOP 100
Raymond Blanc's Le Manoir, in Oxfordshire, also took 30th place, while Alain Roux's The Waterside Inn scooped the 94th spot.
Chicago's Alinea, headed by chef Grant Achatz, came out on top for a third consecutive year, leading the way for four US restaurants in the top 10 - of which three are in New York.
Spain and Italy completed the top 10, with two entries each. El Celler Can Roca, in Girona, Barcelona, and Azurmendi, in Bilbao, took sixth and seventh spot.
La Pergola, in Rome, and Osteria Francescana, in Modena, took eighth and 10th place.
London and the UK's restaurant ranking isn't a surprise, according to renowned food critic Andy Hayler, who has eaten at every Michelin star restaurant in the world.
On London and the UK's stellar performance in the Elite 100 Restaurants 2014, he said: 'This year on the Elite 100 list there are a dozen restaurants from the UK - eight of those are from London - and I think this really reflects London's status as an international dining destination.
'London's got a terrific mix of nationalities in terms of its population and that's reflected in the dining scene.
Dining Out: Le Gavroche took 74th place while the Fat Duck was one of two Berkshire restaurants to make it into the top 100
Top 10: The Ledbury was the second British restaurant to make it onto the list, in ninth place
'At the high end you've clearly got some very good restaurants such as restaurants like The Ledbury. It's particularly well thought of in London.
'It's interesting to see the list including Le Gavroche, an old favorite of mine, which is much more classical in style, and I think it's good to see that type of restaurant getting recognition.'
Overall, worldwide there were 16 new restaurant entries on the list this year, with the highest new entry, spectacularly at number seven overall, being made by Spanish Azurmendi.
The delighted Head Chef Eneko Axta said: 'It is fantastic for me since this is a recognition given by the readers. I always say that the client comes first and is the most important, and in this case, it is really special to me since Elite Traveler readers have voted for us.'
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