Michelin Nordic 2020

Pubblicato da sopra 17 febbraio 2020

Four new 2 Star and seven new 1 Star restaurants in the MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2020 The MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2020 is launched today and confirms the great culinary potential of the Nordics countries. Hosted by the International Director of the Michelin Guides, the ceremony was held for the first time in Norway,

Four new 2 Star and seven new 1 Star restaurants in the
MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2020

The MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2020 is launched today and confirms the great culinary potential of the Nordics countries. Hosted by the International Director of the Michelin Guides, the ceremony was held for the first time in Norway, in the host city of Trondheim which for years has been witnessing an evolution of its gastronomic scene.
Covering Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, this year’s guide features four new 2 Star restaurants: re-launched Alchemist in Copenhagen, Denmark, by Rasmus Munk, which goes straight into the guide with 2 Michelin Stars; Jordnær, in Gentofte, north of Copenhagen, led by highly driven chef Eric Kragh Vildgaard; Aloë in Älvsjö, set just outside Stockholm, Sweden, run by friends Daniel Höglander and Niclas Jönsson; and RE-NAA in Stavanger, Norway, under the leadership of the eponymous Sven Erik Renaa.
In addition to gaining 2 Stars, Jordnær also receives the Michelin Nordic Countries Welcome & Service Award 2020 offered by Ferrari Trento, where the charming Tina Kragh Vildgaard leads the smooth, faultless service and helps to create a truly memorable experience.
Commenting on the new 2 Stars, Gwendal Poullennec said: “While they are all very different, what they share is a real passion for sourcing and seasonality. Alchemist is a 50+ course immersive experience which brings plenty of originality to the table; Jordnær sees well-crafted, delicate dishes; Aloë brings together flavours from around the globe; and Re-Naa focuses on precise, creative cuisine.”
Seven restaurants have been newly awarded 1 Star. Norway is a big winner, with four new distinctions: organic-focused Bare in Bergen; Japanese counter restaurant Omakase by Vladmir Pak in Oslo; elegant Speilsalen, in a luxurious hotel in Trondheim; and Under in Lindesnes, where you dine under the sea with stunning views of the passing sealife.
Also receiving 1 Star are Etoile in Stockholm, Sweden, with its intriguing global cuisine; Inari in Helsinki, Finland which serves largely plant-based dishes; and the re-launched DILL in Reykjavik, Iceland, where chefowner Gunnar Karl Gíslason has returned from New York.
Winner of the Michelin Nordic Countries Chef Mentor Award 2020 offered by Michelin Nordic is Rasmus Kofoed of Geranium in Copenhagen. He is a culinary ambassador for Denmark and provides great encouragement for young chefs through his work in the Bocuse d’Or competition.
Winner of the Michelin Nordic Countries Sustainability Award 2020 offered by Danske Bank is Magnus Ek and his team at Oaxen Krog and Oaxen Slip in Stockholm, Sweden. Their daily work encompasses all elements of sustainability and includes supporting animal welfare, as well as promoting biological diversity and the use of sustainable resources.

Pubblicato da Elio Crociani su Mercoledì 19 febbraio 2020

Poullennec said: “Today, sustainability is moving increasingly to the forefront of people’s mind, and nowhere more so than in the Nordic Countries, where they have really embraced sustainability as a way of life. Nordic chefs lead the way when it comes to focusing on local ingredients; taking on a zero-waste, nose-to-tail approach; and reducing both food and packaging waste. They are setting the standard for the rest of the world to follow.”
Michelin, the leading mobility company, is dedicated to enhancing its clients’ mobility, sustainably; designing and distributing the most suitable tires, services and solutions for its clients’ needs; providing digital services, maps and guides to help enrich trips and travels and make them unique experiences; and developing high-technology materials that serve a variety of industries. Headquartered in Clermont Ferrand, France, Michelin is present in 170 countries, has more than 125,000 employees and operates 67 tire production facilities which together produced around 190 million tires in 2018.
This year, additional information has been introduced to the Michelin website (guide.michelin.com) to highlight Nordic restaurants that are actively following a sustainable ethos. For those taking steps to work in a greener way, there are details on their initiatives. In addition, industry role models, who are at the forefront with their sustainability practices, are highlighted by a new green symbol and their vision outlined via a quotation from the chef.
This year there are four new ‘Bib Gourmand’ restaurants. A ‘Bib’ is Michelin’s distinction for good quality, good value cooking and proves very popular with readers. Two of these Bib Gourmands are in Stockholm, Sweden: stylish modern brasserie Allegrine, and the younger sister of 2 Star Gastrologik, Speceriet. A ‘Bib’ also goes to Venetian-inspired Barabba in Copenhgaen, Denmark, as well as neighbourhood restaurant Nolla in Helsinki, Finland, an advocate of zero-waste.
The Michelin Guide Nordic Countries caters for every type of gastronome, from business traveller to tourist, and recommends the best places to eat and stay across all categories of comfort and price. The guide lists Starred restaurants first, followed by restaurants with a Bib Gourmand, and then restaurants classified with the Plate symbol, which signifies good cooking.

MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2020 at a glance:

Two restaurants with 3 Stars

13 Two Star restaurants, including four new additions
47 One Star restaurants, including seven new additions
30 Bib Gourmand restaurants, including four new additions
156 Plate restaurants, including 19 new additions

Michelin Nordic
Countries Guide Awards List 2020.

7 New One Star Restaurants, including Four in Norway
4 New Two Star Restaurants, including Two in Denmark

THREE STARS DELETE

NORWAY OSLO Maaemo

NEW TWO MICHELIN STARS

Denmark
Alchemist, Copenhagen – Rasmus Munk new
Jordnær, Gentofte – Eric Kragh Vildgaard +1

Norway
RE-NAA, Stavanger – Sven Erik Renaa +1

Sweden
Aloë, Älvsjö – Daniel Höglander and Niclas Jönsson +1

ONE MICHELIN STAR

Finland
Inari, Helsinki +1

Iceland
Dill, Reykjavic new Chef

Norway
Bare, Bergen new
Omakase by Vladimir Pak, Oslo +1
Speilsalen, Trondheim +1
Under, Lindesnes new

Sweden
Etoile, Stockholm new

Welcome & Service Award 2020
Tina Kragh Vildgaard of Jordnær, Gentofte, Denmark

Chef Mentor Award 2020
Rasmus Kofoed of Geranium ***, Copenhagen, Denmark

Sustainability Award 2020
Magnus Ek and his team at Oaxen Krog and Oaxen Slip, Stockholm, Sweden

S U S T A I N A B I L I T Y  R O L E  MO D E LS

Denmark

Alchemist
Rasmus Munk

Alouette
Nick Curtin

Amass
Matthew Orlando

Frederiksminde
Jonas Mikkelsen

Hærværk
Rune Lund Sorensen

Molskroen
Steffen Villadsen

Moment
Eigil Christensen

noma
René Redzepi

108
Kristian Baumann

Relæ
Christian Puglisi

KOKS
Faroe Islands
Poul Andrias Ziska

Finland

Chapter
Juho Ekegren

Jord
Filip Langhoff / Pauli Hakala

Nolla
Luka Balac / Carlos Henriques/
Albert Franch Sunyer

Ora
Sasu Laukkonen

Norway

Credo
Heidi Bjerkan

Einer
Svein Trandem

FYR
Bistronomi & Bar
Sebastian Myhre

Rest.
Jimmy Øien

Sweden

Agrikultur
Filip Fastén

bhoga
Gustav Knutsson

Etoile
Danny Falkeman / Jonas Lagerström

Fotografiska
Paul Svenson

Gastrologik
Jacob Holmström / Anton Bjuhr

Oaxen Krog
Magnus Ek

PM & Vanner
Anders Lauring

Hotell Borgholm
Christofer Johansson

Bib Gourmand Additions

Denmark Copenhagen Barabba
Finland Helsinki Nolla
Sweden Stockholm Allegrine
Sweden Stockholm Speceriet

Nordic Countries 2020
Deletions

***

Norway Oslo Maaemo (Closed)

*

Denmark Aarhus Substans (Closed)
Denmark Copenhagen Era Ora
Denmark Copenhagen Stud!o
Finland Helsinki Ask (Closed)
Sweden Gothenburg Upper House (Closed)
Sweden Järpen Fäviken Magasinet (Closed)
Sweden Malmö Bloom in the Park
Sweden Stockholm Mathias Dahlgren-Matbaren
Sweden Stockholm Volt (Closed)

Bib Gourmand

Denmark Copenhagen L’Altro (Closed)
Denmark Copenhagen Musling Bistro (Closed)
Denmark Copenhagen PMY (Closed)
Denmark Copenhagen Rebel
Finland Helsinki Farang (Closed)
Finland Helsinki Jord
Iceland Reykjavik Skál!
Sweden Stockholm Proviant Östermalm

Pubblicato da Elio Crociani su Martedì 18 febbraio 2020

Three new 2 starand four new 1 star restaurants in the
MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2019

The Michelin Guide Nordic Countries2019 is published today, following a Star Revelation launch eventin Aarhus, Denmark, hosted by the International Director of the Michelin Guides, Gwendal Poullennec. Covering Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, this year’s guide features three new 2star restaurants: Gastrologik, founded and led by Jacob Holmström and Anton Bjuhr in Stockholm; KOKS, under chef Poul Andrias Ziscain the Faroe Islands; andthe reimaginedNomain Copenhagen, under the leadership of chef René Redzepi. While these three restaurants may appear quite different – the remote ness of KOKS, the understated sophistication of Gastrologik, and the urban farm style of Noma – all three adhere to an ethos of being truly ingredient-led and reflective of the seasons. In addition to receiving the 2 star award, the chef at KOKS, Poul Andrias Zisca, also receives Michelin Nordic Guide Young Chef 2019 award for his creativity, technical skill and passion. There are also four new 1 star restaurantsthis year. Trondheimin Norway is listed in the guidefor the very first time and sees two of its restaurants receive a star: FAGN and Credo. In Copenhagen, Alouette receives its first star and there is also a star for Palacein Helsinki.
Credoalso receives Michelin Nordic Guide Sustainability Award 2019 for its i mpressive eco credentials and social media engagement promoting better food and sustainableland use practices. Speaking about the MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2019, Gwendal Poullennec said: “This is the 6thedition of this titleand once again we have expanded the selection as our inspectors continue to find exciting new restaurants, while also following the progress of already established kitchens. “The Nordic countries offer something truly unique and the diversity and buoyancy of the region’s restaurant scene make it so appealing to food lovers from around the world. Chefs continue to develop both their own skills and techniques but also lead the way in reducing food waste, focusing on truly local ingredients and even embracing a more plant-based diet.”A third new award for 2019, Michelin Nordic Guide Welcome & Service 2019 award goes to the delightful team at Henne Kirkeby Kroin Henne, Denmark. Their friendliness, enthusiasm and organisation help make dining here a truly joyful experience. The guide caters for every type of visitor with a passion for gastronomy, from business traveller to tourist, and recommends the best places to eat and stay across all categories of comfort and price. This year’s guide lists starred restaurants first, followed by restaurants with a Bib Gourmand, and then restaurants classified with the Plate symbol, signifying good cooking.

The Bib Gourmand is the Michelin symbolfor good quality, good value cooking. This distinction always proves very popular with readers, both locally and worldwide as it rewards well-made and affordable cuisine. This year there are three new Bib Gourmands, two of which are in Denmark: Selmain Copenhagen and Momentin Rønde; with one in Iceland: Skál!in Reykjavik. This brings thetotal number of restaurants with a Bib Gourmand in the 2019 guide to 34. In addition to Trondheim in Norway appearing in the Guide for the first time, Aalborg and Rønde in Denmark, Grindavik in Iceland, and Kosta in Sweden allmake their debuts in 2019. Overall,30 restaurants have been added to this edition, giving readers of the MICHELIN Guide even greater choice when dining out.

Pubblicato da Elio Crociani su Venerdì 22 febbraio 2019

MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2019 at a glance:

Three restaurants with 3 stars
10 restaurants with 2 stars, including three new additions
51 restaurants with 1 star, including four new additions
34 Bib Gourmand restaurants, including three new additions

Nordic Countries 2019

All Michelin Stars

***

DENMARK COPENHAGEN Geranium

NORWAY OSLO Maaemo

SWEDEN STOCKHOLM Frantzén

**

DENMARK

COPENHAGEN

a|o|c

Kadeau Copenhagen

noma N

FAROE ISLANDS

KOKS N

HENNE

Henne Kirkeby Kro

SWEDEN

JÄRPEN

Fäviken Magasinet

MALMÖ

Vollmers

SKÅNE TRANÅS

Daniel Berlin

STOCKHOLM

Gastrologik N

Oaxen Krog

*

DENMARK

AARHUS

Domestic

Frederikshøj

Gastromé

Substans

BORNHOLM

Kadeau Bornholm

COPENHAGEN

Alouette N

Clou

Era Ora

formel B

Jordnær

Kiin Kiin

Kokkeriet

Kong Hans Kælder

Marchal

108

Relæ

Søllerød Kro

Stud!o at The Standard

FREDERICIA

Ti Trin Ned

HØRVE

Slotskøkkenet

PRÆSTØ

Frederiksminde

VEJLE Me|Mu

FINLAND

HELSINKI

Ask

Demo

Grön

Olo

Ora

Palace N

NORWAY

OSLO

Galt

Kontrast

Statholdergaarden

STAVANGER

RE-NAA

Sabi Omakase

TRONDHEIM

Credo N

FAGN N

SWEDEN

GOTHENBURG

Bhoga

Koka

SK Mat & Människor

Thörnströms Kök

28+

Upper House

MALMÖ

Bloom in the Park

SAV

STOCKHOLM

Agrikultur

Aloë

Ekstedt

Mathias Dahlgren-Matbaren

Operakällaren

Sushi Sho

Volt

VÄXJÖ

PM & Vänner

Pubblicato da Elio Crociani su Martedì 19 febbraio 2019

Trois nouveaux restaurants deux étoiles et quatre nouveaux restaurants une étoile dans le guide MICHELIN Nordic Countries 2019

A l’occasion de la cérémonie des Etoiles qui se déroule à Aarhus au Danemark, Michelin a le plaisir de dévoiler la sélection du guide MICHELIN Nordic Countries 2019. Cette sélection, qui couvre le Danemark, la Finlande, l’Islande, la Norvège et la Suède comptetrois nouveaux restaurants  2 étoiles: Gastrologik à  Stockholm, KOKS dans  les  Iles  Féroé  et Nomaà  Copenhague. Bien que  ces  trois  restaurants  puissent  sembler assez  différents -l’éloignement  géographiquede KOKS,  la sophistication  subtile  de Gastrologiket l’esprit ferme  urbaine  de Noma-tous  adhèrent à  une philosophie commune qui est de mettre le produit au cœur de l’assiette, dans un respectde la saisonnalité. Toujours chez KOKS, le chef Poul Andrias Zisca, reçoit égalementle Prix Michelin Nordic Countries 2019 du Jeune Chef pour sa créativité, sa technicité et la passion qu’il transmet dans sa cuisine. Quatre nouveaux restaurantsse voient attribuer 1 étoile cette année. Deux d’entre eux se situent dans la ville de Trondheim en Norvège, qui est répertoriée pour la toute première fois dans le guide: FAGN et Credo. En plus de l’étoile, Credo reçoit  le  Prix Michelin  Nordic  Countries2019 de  la  Gastronomie  durable  pour  sesactions  en  faveur  de  l’environnement. À  Copenhague, Alouette est  distingué  d’unepremière  étoile,  tout comme le restaurant Palaceà Helsinki. A  propos  du  guide  MICHELIN  Nordic  Countries  2019, Gwendal  Poullennec  commente:«Il  s’agit  de  la  6e édition  de  ce  titre  et  nous  avons  une  nouvelle  fois  élargi  notre  sélection,  nos  inspecteurs  continuant  de dénicher de nouveaux restaurants passionnant stout en suivant l’évolution des cuisines déjà établies. Les  pays  nordiques  offrent  quelque  chose  de  vraiment  unique. Ici,  la  diversité  et  le  dynamisme  de  la  scène gastronomique  rendentcette  région très  attrayante  pour  les  gourmets du  monde  entier. Les  chefsyont  à cœur de mettre en place des techniques de cuisine innovantes  et  de relever les  défis  de  la  gastronomie durable. Par exemple, beaucoup s’engagent dans la réduction du gaspillage alimentaire, veillent à utiliser des produits locaux ou proposent des menus centrés autour du végétal». Troisième nouveau prix de ce millésime,le prix Michelin Nordic Countries 2019 Accueil et Serviceest remis aux  charmantes  équipesdu  restaurant Henne  Kirkeby  Kroà  Henne, au  Danemark.  Leur  convivialité,  leur enthousiasme  et  leur  organisation  contribuent  à rendre l’expérience vécue  dans  cet  établissement  des  plus uniques. Le  Bib  Gourmand  est une  distinction  très  appréciée  des  lecteurs  car  elle  indique  des  établissements proposant une cuisine de bonne facture et à l’excellent rapport qualité-prix.

Cette année, trois nouveaux Bib Gourmand sont répertoriés dans  le  guide  MICHELIN  Nordic  Countries,  dont  deux  au  Danemark: Selma à Copenhague et Momentà Rønde; ainsi qu’unen Islande: Skál!à Reykjavik. Au total, ce sont 34 restaurants qui sont distingués d’un Bib Gourmand pour l’édition 2019.

Le guide MICHELIN Nordic Countries 2019 référence:

3 restaurants 3 étoiles
10 restaurants 2 étoiles,
dont 3nouveaux
51 restaurants 1 étoile,
dont 4 nouveaux
34 Bib Gourmand,
dont 3nouveaux.

Restaurant Frantzén in Sweden receives Three Stars in the MICHELIN Guide Nordic countries 2018

With a total of 64 Starred restaurants this year, the MICHELIN Star Family has now increased with 1 new Three-Star restaurant, 2 new Two-Star restaurants and 7 new One-Star restaurants.
Michelin is pleased to unveil the selection of The MICHELIN guide Nordic Countries 2018, launched at a special event at Copenhagen City Hall.

This  year’s guide features  one  new Three-Star restaurant: Frantzén in  Stockholm. Michael Ellis, International Director of the MICHELIN guides, comments: “Bjorn Frantzén has created a  unique  vision  of  Nordic  cuisine,  combining  sublime  ingredients  with  astounding  culinary techniques.  Bjorn  Frantzén’s  gastronomic  expression  is  truly  worth  the  journey,  and  is  a gustatory experience like no other”.
The  MICHELIN  guide  Nordic  Countries  2018  also  includes  two  new  Two-Star  restaurants: Daniel  Berlin in Skåne Tranås, Sweden, where Chef Daniel Berlin makes wonderful use of local ingredients, with the emphasis on balance, purity and precision, and Kadeau in Copenhagen, Denmark.
In  this  restaurant,  the  passion  of  the  team,  which is  like  a  family,  comes  through  in  the  cooking  which  is defined by finesse and intricacy.
This  year’s  guide  also  sees  an  exciting  geographical  extension  of  new  One  Star  restaurants.  Denmark  has two: Me|Mu in Vejle and Jordnær in Gentofte. Sweden boasts three new One-Stars: SAV in Malmo, and Aloë and Agrikultur in Stockholm. In Finland, Grön
is a great addition to Helsinki, and in Norway Galt adds to the impressive array of restaurants in Oslo.
The MICHELIN guide Nordic Countries 2018 caters for every type of visitor, from business traveler to tourist, and recommends the best places to eat and stay across all ranges of comfort and price. This year’s guide lists Starred restaurants first, followed by restaurants with a Bib Gourmand, and then restaurants classified with the new plate symbol for good cooking.
The  Bib  Gourmand  highlights  restaurants  that  offer good  quality  cooking  at  an  attractive  price.  This  year, seven new addresses are distinguished, including three in Stockholm: Kagges, Shibumi and Bar  Agrikultur and one in Gothenburg: Project. In Helsinki Jord
receives a Bib Gourmand, as do PMY and Musling  Bistro in Copenhagen. This brings the total number of rest aurants with Bib Gourmand in the MICHELIN guide to 37.
For the full list of Starred restaurants in the Nordic region please see the separate Michelin Nordic Countries guide Award List 2018

Nordic Countries
2018
Star Additions

***

SWEDEN
STOCKHOLM
Frantzé

**
DENMARK
COPENHAGEN

Kadeau Copenhagen

SWEDEN
SKÅNE TRANÅS
Daniel Berlin

*

DENMARK
COPENHAGEN
Jordnær
VEJLE
Me|Mu

FINLAND
HELSINKI
Grön

NORWAY
OSLO
Galt

SWEDEN
STOCKHOLM
Agrikultur
Aloë

MALMÖ
SAV

Nordic Countries
2018
Deletions

DENMARK
Copenhagen
Den Røde Cottage
(Closure)

SWEDEN
Gothenburg
Sjömagasin

Le restaurant Frantzén, en Suède, reçoit trois étoiles dans le  guide MICHELIN Nordic Countries 2018 Michelin  a  le  plaisir  de  révéler  la  sélection  du  guide  MICHELIN  Nordic  Countries  2018,
dévoilée à l’hôtel de ville de Copenhague.

Cette  année,  le  guide  MICHELIN  a  sélectionné  un  nouveau  restaurant  trois  étoiles, Frantzén  situé  à  Stockholm.
« Bjorn  FRANTZEN  a  une  vision  unique  de  la  cuisine scandinave, qui associe  des produits sublimes à  des techniques culinaires éblouissantes » commente   Michael   ELLIS,   Directeur   international   des guides   MICHELIN.
« Le   style gastronomique  de  Bjorn  FRANTZEN  vaut  vraiment  le  détour  et  constitue  une  expérience gustative incroyable.»
Le guide MICHELIN Nordic Countries 2018 inclut également deux nouveaux établissements deux  étoiles : Daniel  Berlin,  à  Skåne  Tranås,  en  Suède,  où  le  chef  Daniel  BERLIN  utilise avec  brio  les  produits  locaux  en  mettant  l’accent  sur  l’équilibre,  la  pureté  et  la  précision,  et Kadeau,  à Copenhague, au Danemark. La brigade de Kadeau, qui fonctionne comme une famille, exprime sa passion à travers une cuisine toute en finesse et en subtilité.
Cette  année,  les  nouveaux  restaurants  une  étoile  se  multiplient  en  Scandinavie.  Le  Danemark  en  compte deux : Me|Mu  à  Vejle  et
Jordnær  à  Gentofte,  et  la  Suède,  trois: SAV  à  Malmö, Aloë  et Agrikultur  à Stockholm.  Un  restaurant  se  voit  également  distingu é  d’une  étoile  en  Finlande : Grön,  à  Helsinki.  En Norvège, Galt situé à Oslo est également récompensé d’une étoile.
Le guide MICHELIN Nordic Countries 2018 s’adresse à tous les visiteurs, des voyageurs d’affaires jusqu’aux touristes, à qui il recommande les meilleurs établissements dans toutes les gammes de confort et de prix.
Le Bib Gourmand met en lumière les restaurants proposant une cuisine de qualité à un prix attractif. En 2018, sept nouvelles adresses sont distinguées par un Bib Gourmand, dont trois à Stockholm (Kagges, Shibumi et Bar  Agrikultur)  et  une  à  Göteborg  (Project).  À  Helsinki,
Jord  reçoit  également  un  Bib  Gourmand,  tout comme PMY et Musling  Bistro à Copenhague, ce qui porte le total des Bib Gourmands à 37 dans le guide MICHELIN Nordic Countries 2018.

VOLLMERS IN SWEDEN AND HENNE KIRKEBY KRO IN DENMARK ARE AWARDED TWO STARS IN
THE MICHELIN GUIDE NORDIC COUNTRIES 2017

For the first time, Michelin has awarded One Star to a restaurant in Reykjavik and the
Faroe Islands

Michelin today unveiled the new selection of the MICHELIN guide Nordic Countries 2017, which lists a total of 274 restaurants located in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and, for the first time, Iceland and the Faroe Islands.
“We are particularly pleased to develop our selection into the outer regions of the Nordic Countries and to continue our expansion with the inclusion of Iceland and the Faroe Islands” commented Michael Ellis, International Director of the MICHELIN guides. “Our inspectors were pleased to discover the quality of Reykjavik’s culinary scene and to award Dill the very first Star for Island. They were also impressed with the chef’s use of indigenous ingredients
and traditional techniques like smoking and salting at KOKS in the newly listed Faroe Islands, which also reveives a MICHELIN Star”

This year’s guide also features two new Two Star restaurants: Vollmers in Malmö, Sweden and Henne Kirkeby Kro in Henne, Denmark. Rebecca Burr, editor of the MICHELIN guide Nordic Countries 2017 said, “We are thrilled to award two new Two Stars in the 2017 MICHELIN guide. The eponymous Mats Vollmer serves superbly innovative, modern food at his charming Malmö restaurant, while at destination restaurant, Henne Kirkeby Kro, Paul Cunningham cooks sublimely flavoured, classically based dishes which celebrate the surrounding farmland.”
As well as its new Two Star, this year Denmark boasts five new One Star restaurants: 108 in Copenhagen;
Domestic in Aarhus; Ti Trin Ned in Fredericia, on the Eastern part of the Jutland Peninsula, and Slotskøkkenet at Dragsholm Slot in the market town of Hørve.
In Sweden, Imouto in Stockholm and Sture in Malmö pick up One Star, while in Norway, new One Star restaurant Sabi Omakase joins existing Star RE-NAA to bring Stavanger’s total to two Starred restaurants.
Michelin also unveiled the list of restaurants that have received a Bib Gourmand, an award given by the inspectors to establishments offering good quality, good value cooking. This award, which is experiencing growing success worldwide, is popular with restaurateurs and the general public because it rewards wellmade, local, and inexpensive cuisine. This year it has been newly awarded to Anarki in Copenhagen, Matur og Drykkur in Reykjavik, and Cirkus at More Bistro and Namu in Malmö. This brings the total number of estaurants awarded a Bib Gourmand for 2017 to 33.
The MICHELIN guide Nordic Countries 2017 will be available in all sales outlets from 24 February 2017.

AWARDS LIST

DENMARK

COPENHAGEN

3 Stars
Geranium

2 Stars

COPENHAGEN
a|o|c
HENNE
Henne Kirkeby Kro N

1 Star

COPENHAGEN
Clou
Den Røde Cottage
Era Ora
formel B
Kadeau
Kiin Kiin
Kokkeriet
Kong Hans Kælder
Marchal
108 N
Relæ
Søllerød Kro
Studio at the Standard

AARHUS

Domestic N
Frederikshøj
Gastromé
Substans

BORNHOLM

Kadeau

FAROE ISLANDS

KOKS N

FREDERICIA

Ti Trin Ned N

HØRVE

Slotskøkkenet N

PRÆSTØ

Frederiksminde

DENMARK

Bib Gourmand

COPENHAGEN

L’Altro
Anarki N
Bror
Enomania
Frederiks Have
Kødbyens Fiskebar
Marv & Ben
Mêlée
Pluto
Rebel

AARHUS

Hærværk
Pondus

FINLAND

1 Star

HELSINKI

Ask
Chef & Sommelier
Demo
Olo

Bib Gourmand

HELSINKI

Boulevard Social
Emo
Farang
Gaijin

ICELAND

1 Star

REYKJAVÍK

Dill N

Bib Gourmand

EYKJAVÍK Matur og Drykkur N

NORWAY

3 Stars

OSLO

Maaemo

1 Star

OSLO Kontrast
Statholdergaarden

STAVANGER RE-NAA
Sabi Omakase N

Bib Gourmand

SLO restauranteik
Smalhans

SWEDEN

2 Stars

STOCKHOLM

Oaxen Krog

MALMÖ

Vollmers N
JÄRPEN Fäviken Magasinet

1 Star

STOCKHOLM

kstedt
Esperanto
Gastrologik
Imouto N
Mathias Dahlgren-Matbaren
Operakällaren
Sushi Sho
Volt

SWEDEN

1 Star

GOTHENBURG

Bhoga
Koka
Sjömagasinet
SK Mat & Människor
Thörnströms Kök
28+
Upper House

MALMÖ

Bloom in the Park
Sture N

ÖLAND

Hotell Borgholm

SKÅNE TRANÅS

Daniel Berlin

VÄXJÖ

PM & Vänner

Bib Gourmand

STOCKHOLM

Brasserie Bobonne
Den Gyldene Freden
EAT
Lilla Ego
Nook
Oaxen Slip
Proviant Östermalm
Rolfs Kök
Ulla Winbladh

GOTHENBURG

Familjen
Somm

MALMÖ

Bastard
Cirkus at More Bistro N
Namu N

Promotion from * to **

DENMARK – HENNE Henne Kirkeby Kro
SWEDEN – MALMÖ Vollmers

Index
N: New award

DELETION

2 Stars

DENMARK /COPENHAGEN Noma Closed
SWEDEN /STOCKHOLM Frantzén Closed
Mathias Dahlgren-Matsalen Closed

1 Star

DENMARK /COPENHAGEN Grønbech and Churchill Closed
NORWAY/OSLO Fauna Closed
SWEDEN/MALMÖ Ambiance à Vindåkra Relocation and change of name

Bib Gourmand

SWEDEN/MALMÖ Sture Change of ownership

VOLLMERS, EN SUÈDE, ET HENNE KIRKEBY KRO, AU
DANEMARK, OBTIENNENT DEUX ÉTOILES DANS
LE GUIDE MICHELIN NORDIC COUNTRIES 2017

Un restaurant de Reykjavik et un restaurant des îles Féroé obtiennent pour la premièrfois une étoile au guide MICHELIN

Michelin dévoile aujourd’hui la nouvelle sélection du guide MICHELIN Nordic Countries 2017, qui compte 274 restaurants situés au Danemark, en Suède, en Norvège, en Finlande et, pour la première fois, en Islande et dans les îles Féroé.
« Nous sommes particulièrement heureux d’étoffer notre sélection aux confins des pays nordiques et d’élargir encore le territoire que nous couvrons en y incluant l’Islande et les îles Féroé », commente Michael ELLIS, directeur international des guides MICHELIN. « Nos inspecteurs ont pris plaisir à découvrir la qualité de la scène culinaire de Reykjavik et à décerner à Dill la toute première étoile en Islande. Dans les îles Féroé, le restaurant KOKS les a impressionnés par son utilisation des produits locaux et des techniques traditionnelles, telles que le fumage et le salage, ce qui lui vaut d’être également distingué d’une étoile MICHELIN. »
La sélection 2017 comporte deux nouveaux établissements deux étoiles : Vollmers à Malmö, en Suède, et Henne Kirkeby Kro à Henne, au Danemark. « Nous sommes enchantés d’attribuer deux étoiles à ces deux restaurants qui font leur entrée dans le guide MICHELIN », déclare Rebecca Burr, rédactrice en chef du guide MICHELIN Nordic countries 2017. « Mats Vollmer sert une cuisine moderne et magnifiquement innovante dans son charmant restaurant éponyme de Malmö. Chez Henne Kirkeby Kro, Paul Cunningham propose des plats classiques sublimés, qui sont un hymne à l’agriculture locale et attirent la clientèle bien au-delà de son quartier. »
Outre ses nouveaux établissements deux étoiles, le Danemark gagne cinq nouveaux restaurants une étoile : 108 à Copenhague, Domestic à Aarhus, Ti Trin Ned à Fredericia, dans la partie est de la péninsule du Jutland, et Slotskøkkenet à Dragsholm Slot dans la ville de Hørve.
En Suède, Imouto à Stockholm et Sture à Malmö obtiennent une étoile, tandis qu’en Norvège, Sabi Omakase gagne sa première étoile et rejoint RE-NAA au rang des restaurants étoilés de Stavanger.
Michelin révèle également la liste des établissements distingués d’un Bib Gourmand, qui récompense les tables proposant un bon rapport qualité-prix. Cette distinction, dont le succès va croissant dans le monde entier, est appréciée tant des restaurateurs et du grand public puisqu’elle récompense la cuisine locale bien faite et bon marché. En 2017, un nouveau Bib Gourmand a été attribué à Anarki (Copenhague), Matur og Drykkur (Reykjavik) et Cirkus at More Bistro et Namu (Malmö), ce qui porte le total des Bib Gourmands à 33 dans les pays nordiques.
Le guide MICHELIN Nordic Countries 2017 sera disponible dans tous les points de vente à partir du 24 février 2017.

Pubblicato da Elio Crociani su Giovedì 26 febbraio 2015

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