The Opinionated About Dining blog has released its annual list of the Top 100+ Restaurants in Europe, and it's Sweden's first ever three-Michelin-star restaurant, Restaurant Frantzén, owned by chef Björn Frantzén in Stockholm, which remains in the top spot for a second consecutive year.
Andreas Caminada's Schloss Schauenstein in Switzerland drops down one place into third position this year, while Rasmus Munk's recently opened Alchemistin Denmark is a new entry in at number two. The Camanini brothers' Lido 84 inItaly shoots up from tenth position into fourth and Etxebarri in Spain moves two spots down the list into fifth.
The 2020 lists for Europe Classical, Europe Gourmet Casual and Europe Cheap Eats have also been revealed, with Italy, France and Denmark dominating a number of the top spots. See the top ten in each list below.
The blog, which was started in 2004 by former music industry executive Steve Plotnicki, has published the Top 100+ lists since 2012. The results are based on over 175,000 reviews, which were submitted via a survey answered by more than 5,700 people.
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