The annual MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries Star Revelation is set to take place on Monday 4th July at 6pm (CET). It is then that we will find out which restaurants have been awarded Michelin Stars, Bib Gourmands and Michelin Green Stars for 2022.
Before then we have our final set of live additions, covered over two articles this month – the first of which comes from Denmark. The second article focuses on Finland, as well as containing further updates for Norway and Sweden. The guide also covers Iceland.
You'll find the newly recommended restaurants listed on both the Michelin Guide website and iOS and Android apps: they’re easy to spot, as they’re highlighted by a ‘New’ symbol.
Its name means ‘Bear’s Basement’ and there are stuffed bears, pictures of bears and bears in stained glass at this rustic, characterful restaurant with its cosy nooks and friendly service. Carefully prepared lunchtime smørrebrød makes way for more substantial dishes in the evening.
The ‘connection’ is that between the restaurant and the guest, which makes for an intimate, memorable dining experience, starting with a warm welcome from the eponymous chef-owner. The restaurant grows much of its own produce and dishes are assured, well-balanced and full of flavour.
Jonathan Tam, the former head chef of Relæ, has opened his own restaurant with partner Sarah: an intimate spot in the Nørrebro neighbourhood. The set menu draws on his Chinese heritage, along with his years of experience in Nordic restaurants.
Amiable chef-owner Luca cooks, serves and chats to guests at his simple, homely spot in the heart of the city. The seasonal menus offer fresh, authentic Italian cooking with lots of flavour – go for a pasta dish and you won’t be disappointed!
This first floor, light-filled restaurant on the northwest Jutland coast boasts stunning 360° views to go with the eye-catching plates of food, which taste as good as they look. Local produce is showcased on the creative set menus. Make the most of it and stay overnight.