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Michelin Guide to Italy 2019 - see the new stars

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Michelin Guide to Italy 2019 - see the new stars

News: A total of 367 Michelin Stars for Italy

The Michelin Italy 2019 Guide has been released today during a ceremony in Parma, with the biggest news being that a new three-star restaurant has made the top rankings on the list.

Chef and restaurant owner Mauro Uliassi bounded on stage visibly excited to receive the accolade for Uliassi. The seaside restaurant located in Senigallia in Marche on the East coast of Italy awarded by the guide for its "unique cuisine that combines the maximum of tradition with the maximum of technology."  A crowning moment for the brother and sister team who first opened the restaurant in 1990 and had held two stars for nearly a decade.

There were also an impressive 29 new one-star restaurants making the list, but no new two-star restaurants to report.

That now brings Italy up to a total of 10 three-star restaurants, 39 two star restaurants and 318 one star restaurants, meaning the country owns a combined total of 367 stars, second only to France.

Michelin Guide to Italy 2019 - all the new stars

New Three Stars

Uliassi - Senigallia

New Two Stars

None

New One Star

Confusion Lounge – Arzachena

Sapio - Catania

Lido di Spisone – Taormina

Quafiz – Santa Cristina di Aspromonte

Due Camini – Savelletri

Bros’ - Lecce 

Caracol – Bacoli

Vitantonio Lombardo - Matera

Locanda Severino – Caggiano

Casa Iozzìa -Vitorchiano

Danilo Ciavattini - Viterbo

Moma – Rome

La tenda Rossa –Cerbaia in Val di Pesa

Al 43 – Lucignano

Giglio - Lucca

Abocar Due Cucine – Rimini

Harry’s Piccolo - Trieste

Stube Hermitage – Madonna di Campiglio

In Viaggio – Bolzano

Astra – Collepietra

Degusto Cuisine – San Bonifico

12 Apostoli –Verona

Materia – Cernobbio

Sedicesimo Secolo – Orzinuovi

Spazio 7 – Turin

Carignano – Turin

Locando del Sant’Uffizio – Cioccaro 

Cannavacciuolo Caffè Bistrot – Novara

Cannavacciuolo Bistrot Torino – Turin

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