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Michelin Guide Italy for 2014

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Michelin Guide Italy for 2014

The Michelin guide for Italy 2014 has been announced with the country now boasting eight three-starred venues after Restaurant Reale by chef Niko Romito gained its third star.

There are three new two-starred restaurants in Italy with Villa Feltrineli by chef Stefano Baiocco, the Devero restaurant by chef Enrico Bartolini and Locanda Serafino by chef Vincenzo Candiano all rising from one to two stars.

The Michelin guide for Italy will also feature a whopping 29-new restaurants to gain a star. Italy now has 8 three-starred restaurants, 40 two-starred restaurants and 281 one-star restaurants in the guide.

Speaking at the announcement a visibly emotional Romito said: "It's all about courage. In 2009 when we got the second star I was offered many different restaurants, we could go wherever we wanted, but we had the courage not to leave our little town in the middle of Italy."

Three stars in the guide signifies 'exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey', two means 'excellent cooking, worth a detour' and one star means 'a very good restaurant in its category'.

Below is a full list of all the restaurants to gain stars in the 2014 Michelin Guide for Italy and here you'll find the entire list of Michelin starred restaurants across Italy.

Three Star Restaurant

Restaurant Reale - Niko Romito

Two Star Restaurants

Villa Feltrineli - Stefano Baiocco
Devero restaurant - Enrico Bartolini
Locanda Serafino - Vincenzo Candiano

One Star Restaurants

Frankrizzuti – Frank Rizzuti
Antonio Abbruzzino – Antonio Abbruzzino
Kresios – Giuseppe Iannotti
Terrazza Bosquet – Luigi Tramontano
La Buca – Grippo Gregorio
La Zanzara – Bison Sauro
Inkiostro – Franco Madama
Antonello Colonna Labico – Fabrizio Di Romualdo
Locanda dell’Angelo – Massimiliano Torterolo
Dac a trá – Stefano Binda
La Présef – Gianni Tarabini
I Caffi – Cane Bruna
Il Portale – Massimiliano Celeste
Angelo Sabatelli – Sabatelli Angelo
Pashà – Cicorella Maria
Umami – Felice Sgarra
Belvedere – Antonello
Castello di Fighine – Antonio Strammiello
Alpes – Egon Heiss – Sarentino BZ
Tilia – Chris Oberhammer
L’ Chimpl – Stefano Ghetta
Dolomieu – Enrico Croatti
Maso Frach – Diego Rigotti
Petit Royal – Maura Gosio
Il ridotto – Gianni Bonaccorsi
Met – Luca Veritti
San Martino – Raffaele Ros
Spinechile Resort – Corrado Fasolato
Oseleta – Giuseppe D’Aquino

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