The Michelin Guide has announced its star selection for Spain and Portugal 2023, which includes two restaurants newly-crowned with three stars, three new two-starred restaurants, and 34 new restaurants with one star.
New stars on the Spain and Portugal Michelin Guide
Cocina Hermanos Torresin Barcelona, with twin-brother chefs Sergio and Javier Torres at the helm,climbs into the highest escelons of fine dining with three Michelin stars, as does chef Toño Pérez'Atrio in Cáceres. Spain now boasts 13 three-Michelin-star restaurants.
Three new two-star restaurants includeDeessa in Madrid’s Mandarin Oriental Ritz, where Quique Dacosta's menu is executed by chef Guillermo Chávez;Pepe Vieira, in the small village of Serpe, underchefXosé T;and finally, El Rincón de Juan Carlos, located within the Royal Hideaway Corales Beach (Adeje, Tenerife), where the Padrón brothers offer their take on traditional Canary Islands recipes. Michelin Guide Spain and Portugal now features 41 two-star restaurants, 34 of which are located in Spain, and seven in Portugal.
A very healthy showing of new one-star restaurants in this new edition includes 29 restaurants in Spain and five in Portugal, taking the total up to 235 one-Michelin-star restaurants for both Spain and Portugal - 203 in Spain, 31 in Portugal and 1 in the Principality of Andorra. See all the newly-starred restaurants below.
Other special mentions in this year's awards include:
Joan Roca (restaurant El Celler de Can Roca, in Girona) was awarded the Michelin Chef-Mentor Award 2023.
Cristóbal Muñoz (restaurant Ambivium, in Peñafiel) won the Michelin Young Chef Award 2023.
Toni Gerez (restaurant Castell Peralada, in Peralada) received the Michelin Service Award 2023.
See all the newly-starred restaurants below:
New three-star restaurants
Cocina Hermanos Torres (Barcelona)
New two-star restaurants
Pepe Vieira, (Serpe)
El Rincón by Juan Carlos, (Tenerife)
New one-star restaurants (Spain)
Alquimia - Laboratorio (Valladolid)
ARREA! (Santa Cruz de Campezo)
Cobo Evolución (Burgos)
Código de Barra (Cádiz)
COME by Paco Méndez (Barcelona)
Etxeko Ibiza (Es Canar, Ibiza)
Fusión19 (Muro, Majorca)
Gente Rara (Zaragoza)
La Finca (Loja)
Mont Bar (Barcelona)
Monte (San Feliz)
Montia (San Lorenzo de El Escorial)
San-Hô (Adeje, Tenerife)
Slow & Low (Barcelona)
Tabaiba (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Gran Canaria)