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Michelin Guide to Switzerland 2018 – the New Stars

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Michelin Guide to Switzerland 2018 – the New Stars

The Michelin Guide to Switzerland 2018 has been released and it includes two new, two-star restaurants.

The first, Einstein Gourmet in St. Gallen, is an avant-garde French spot with views over the city, while the second, Taverne zum Schäfli in Wigoltingen, is more of a classic affair. Both move up from one star; plus there are 19 new one star restaurants this year.

The country's trio of three star restaurants – Cheval Blanc (Basel), Schloss–Schauenstein (Fürstenau) and Restaurant de l'Hôtel de Ville (Crissier) – remains unchanged. Switzerland now has a total of 118 starred restaurants. 

Check out all the new stars below and see the full list, including all additions and deletions, here

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New Two Star Restaurants 

Einstein Gourmet (Saint Gallen)

Restaurant Taverne zum Schäfli (Wigoltingen)

New One Star Restaurants

The Chedi-The Japanese Restaurant (Andermatt)

Locanda Barbarossa (Ascona)

Apriori (Bubikon)

Tosca (Genf)

La Chaumière by Serge Labrosse – La Table du 7 (Genf/Troinex)

Stiva Veglia (Ilanz/Schnaus )

Weiss Kreuz (Malans)

Café Berra (Monthey/Choëx)

Regina Montium (Rigi Kaltbad)

Die Rose (Rüschlikon)

IGNIV by Andreas Caminada (Saint Moritz)

Torkel (Vaduz, Liechtenstein)

Table de Mary (Yverdon-les-Bains/Cheseaux)

Rigiblick (Zürich)

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