The Michelin Guide for Spain and Portugal 2014 has been released with the big news being that Spain now boasts a new three-starred establishment with the DiverXO restaurant in Madrid by chef David Muñoz gaining the top rating from Michelin.
There were two new two-starred restaurants in the guide with El Portal de Echaurren in La Rioja and M.B. by chef Martin Berasategui in Tenerife both picking up their second star.
22 new restaurants gained a star including 41 Degrees and Tickets by the Adria brothers in Barcelona who many believed were snubbed in the 2013 guide.
In Portugal two new restaurants picked up their first star with the Eleven and L’And Vineyards.
The 2014 guide features a total 8 restaurants with three-stars (all of which are in Spain), 19 restaurant with a two-star rating and 144 restaurants with one-star.
Below is a list of all those restaurants to gain stars in the Michelin Guide for Spain and Portugal 2014.
Three-starred restaurant DiverXO - Madrid
Two-starred restaurants El Portal de Ecahurren - La Rioja
M.B. - Tenerife
One-starred restaurants Monastrell - Alicante
L’Angle - Barcelona
41º - Barcelona
Gaig - Barcelona
Tickets - Barcelona
Zaranda - Es Capdellà, Mallorca
Árbore da Veira - A Coruña
La Salgar - Gijón
Malena - Gimenells, Lleida
La Botica - Valladolid
La Casa del Carmen - Toledo
Arbidel - Asturias
Alejandro - Almería
L’Ó - Barcelona
Tierra - Toledo
Hospedería El Batán - Teruel
Les Moles - Tarragona
El Poblet - Valencia
Cal Paradís - Castelló
BonAmb - Alicante
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