A new three Michelin star restaurant!
The Michelin Guide to Italy 2018 has been released. The big news is that there is a new three Michelin star restaurant for gastronomes to get excited about.
First of all, on the 15th of November, at the Teatro Regio di Parma, the 62nd edition of the Michelin Guide took place. Then, during the gala, the distribution of stars and the breakdown of one of Europe’s most important gastronomic guides has been announced. Thus, in total there are 8 restaurants with three Michelin stars (like last year), 41 with two Michelin stars and 294 with one Michelin star.
Most of all, the hero of day is Chef Norbert Niederkofler’s St Hubertus, which is located in San Cassiano in the shadow of the Dolomites. Yet, it is close to the border with Austria, joins the now nine-strong, three-star club, having held two Michelin stars since 2007.
Furthermore, another novelty of this event was that, for the first time in history, the 62nd edition was held in the Emilia-Romagna region, which in addition to being the home of the world’s best restaurant, also entered the Creative Cities Network last year, its specialisation being gastronomy.
There are also three new, two Michelin star restaurants on the list
Indeed, Vun in Milan, Magnolia in Cesenatico, and La Siriola, also in San Cassiano. On top, 22 new one star. That means Italy now has a total of 356 stars, second only to France.
Moreover, another big news, both Carlo Cracco and Claudio Sadler lost one star, from two to one star at their eponymous restaurants in Milan.
To conclude, take a look at all the new stars below.
St Hubertus – San Cassiano
Magnolia – Cesenatico
La Siriola – San Cassiano
Vun – Milan
All’Oro – Rome
Berton Al Lago – Torno
Contraste – Milan
Culinaria – Tirolo
D.one – Montepagano
Essenza – Milan
Florian Maison – San Paolo d’Argon
Glam – Venice
I Due Buoi – Alessandria
Il Refettorio – Salerno
Larossa – Alba
La Sera – Positano
La Terrazza – Rome
Locanda del Borgo – Telese Terme
Osteria Arborina – Annunziata
Osteria Perilla – Castiglione d’Orcia
Poggio Rosso – Castelnuovo Berardenga
Stube Gourmet – Asiago
Tordomatto – Rome
Trussardi alla Scala – Milan
Undicesimo Vineria – Treviso
Villa Giulia – Gargnano