The Michelin Guide for the Main Cities in Eurpope 2013 has been released. Including 44 cities in over 20 countries the guide is intended to offer advice on some of the best restaurants across Europe.
This year's Michelin Cities guide features a selection of 2,154 restaurants and 1,574 hotels. There were unfortunately no new three star restaurants on the list but the guide did feature nine new two-star restaurants and 50 new one-star venues.
There's still no third star forRene Redzepi'sNoma in Copenhagen. Many expected the restaurant to receive a third back in 2012 but it seems Michelin is content with the restaurants two-star rating.
The new guide features 15 restaurants (no new entries) with a three star rating, 80 restaurants (nine new entries) with a two-star rating and a whopping 309 restaurants (50 new entries) with a one-star rating.
Three stars signifies exceptional cuisine that's worth a special journey, two stars excellent cooking that's worth a detour, one star suggests a very good restaurant in its category. The Michelin 2013 Main Cities Guide is released on the 14th March including the Nordic region, Austria, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Paris and other main cities of europe.
Below is a list of all those restaurants to receive new stars in 2013:
New 2-Star Restaurants Geranium - Denmark COPENHAGEN Tim Raue - Germany BERLIN Seven Seas - Germany HAMBURG Süllberg Villa Merton - Germany FRANKFURT &samhoud places - Netherlands AMSTERDAM Aan de Poel - Netherlands AMSTERDAM Enoteca - Spain BARCELONA Moments - Spain BARCELONA Sketch(The Lecture Room & Library) - United Kingdom LONDON
New 1-Star Restaurants Dom Beisl - Austria VIENNA Va Doux Vent - Belgium BRUSSELS Kadeau - Denmark COPENHAGEN L’Effervescence - France LYONS Le Sergent Recruteur - France PARIS Itinéraires - France PARIS L’Instant d’Or - France PARIS Il Carpaccio - France PARIS La Cuisine - France PARIS Faubourg - France PARIS 114, La Dame de Pic - France PARIS Gavroche - France STRASBOURG En Marge - France TOULOUSE La poêle d’or - Germany COLOGNE Weinsinn - Germany FRANKFURT Lafleur - Germany FRANKFURT Gourfleets - Germany HAMBURG SE7EN OCEANS - Germany HAMBURG YOSH - Germany STUTTGART Schlossgarten Gourmetrestaurant Bernhard Diers - Germany STUTTGART 5 - Germany STUTTGART Hytra - Greece ATHENS Locks Brasserie - Ireland DUBLIN Vun - Italy MILAN La Terrazza - Italy ROME Pipero al Rex - Italy ROME Metamorfosi - Italy ROME Magorabin - Italy TURIN Vo - Italy TURIN Bord’Eau - Netherlands AMSTERDAM HanTing Cuisine - Netherlands THE HAGUE Atelier Amaro - Poland WARSAW Belcanto - Portugal LISBON Lluerna - Spain BARCELONA Koy Shunka - Spain BARCELONA Nectari - Spain BARCELONA Dos Palillos - Spain BARCELONA Ricard Camarena - Spain VALENCIA Gastrologik - Sweden, STOCKHOLM Ekstedt - Sweden, STOCKHOLM
Sjömagasinet - Sweden, GOTHENBURG Alyn Williams at the Westbury - United Kingdom LONDON St John - United Kingdom LONDON Dabbous - United Kingdom LONDON Trishna - United Kingdom LONDON Launceston Place - United Kingdom LONDON Tom Aikens - United Kingdom LONDON St John - United Kingdom LONDON Medlar - United Kingdom LONDON
Garum is an ancient ingredient that had been broadly overlooked for hundreds of years before it gained popularity in New Nordic cuisine. Kiki Aranita takes a deep dive into the world of this oft-forgotten fermented flavour-booster.
Geranium's Rasmus Kofoed has decided to stop serving meat at the restaurant currently ranked number two on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. But the Danish chef isn't yet willing to go purely plant-based.