The Michelin Guide for France 2014 has been released with L'Assiette Champenoise joining the list of 27 three-starred restaurants in the country.
Six new restaurants gained a two star rating and a huge 57 restaurants in the country were awarded their first Michelin star with 10 of those in Paris.
The Michelin Guide for France now features 27 three-star restaurants, 79 two star restaurants and 504 one-star restaurants.
Michelin commented on the number of young chefs to gain their first Michelin star, showing that the country is bustling with energetic chefs that signify a change across the dining scene in France. They added: “This new generation of young chefs trained in the finest kitchens, and they do not hesitate to launch their own restaurants, often choosing small and relaxed establishments to start out on their own: this illustrates a changing of the guard in French restaurants.”
New Three-star restaurant
L'Assiette Champenoise - Reims
New Two-Star Restaurants
La Villa Madie - Cassis
La Table du Connétable - Chantilly
Le Kintessence - Courchevel 1850
Le Chambard - Kaysersberg
Il Cortile - Mulhouse
Akrame - Paris
New One-Star Restaurants
Le Saint Estève - Aix-en-Provence
Le Fanal - Banyuls
Le Jardin des Remparts - Beaune
Christophe Quéant-Château de Pommard - Beaune / Pommard
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