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News & Views 1 minute 17 February 2020

MICHELIN Guide 2020: Stars & Awards Announced

Four New Two Star and Seven New One Star Restaurants are Featured in the Nordic Countries Guide 2020

Michelin Star Announcement Michelin Nordic Guide 2020

After much speculation, the wait is finally over: the Nordic Countries Stars for 2020 have been unveiled! The awards were announced on Monday 17th February at a special launch event at the Olavshallen Concert Hall in Trondheim, Norway, where Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the Michelin Guides, welcomed the new Starred chefs into the Michelin family… and what an outstanding year for Denmark and Norway! 

GUIDE HIGHLIGHTS:
*Seven New One Star Restaurants, including Four in Norway
*Four New Two Star Restaurants, including Two in Denmark
*A New Two Star rating, as well as the Welcome & Service Award, for Jordnær, Denmark

TWO MICHELIN STARS

Denmark
Alchemist, Copenhagen– Rasmus Munk (New Addition to the Guide)
Jordnær, Gentofte – Eric Kragh Vildgaard (Promoted from One Michelin Star)

Norway
RE-NAA, Stavanger – Sven Erik Renaa (Promoted from One Michelin Star)

Sweden
Aloë, Älvsjö – Daniel Höglander and Niclas Jönsson (Promoted from One Michelin Star)

Commenting on the new Two Stars, 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.”

ONE MICHELIN STAR

Finland
Inari, Helsinki (Promoted from a Michelin Plate)

Iceland
Dill, Reykjavic (New Chef)

Norway
Bare, Bergen (New Addition to the Guide)
Omakase by Vladimir Pak, Oslo (Promoted from a Michelin Plate)
Speilsalen, Trondheim (Promoted from a Michelin Plate)
Under, Lindesnes (New Addition to the Guide)

Sweden
Etoile, Stockholm (New Addition to the Guide)

The One Stars provide plenty of variety too. Inari serves largely plant-based dishes, Dill serves small dishes which pack a punch, and Etoile offers intriguing global cuisine. The four Norwegian Stars are all very different too: Bare has an organic focus; Omakase by Vladimir Pak is a Japanese counter dining restaurant; elegant Speilsalen sits within a luxurious hotel; and the unique Under is submerged under the sea and offers stunning views of the sea life.

MICHELIN AWARDS

Alongside the new Stars, the winners of the three Michelin Awards for 2020 were announced:

Welcome & Service Award 2020 (offered by Ferrari Trento)
Tina Kragh Vildgaard of Jordnær, Gentofte, Denmark

Chef Mentor Award 2020 (offered by Michelin Nordic)
Rasmus Kofoed of Geranium, Copenhagen, Denmark

Sustainability Award 2020 (offered by Danske Bank)
Magnus Ek and his team at Oaxen Krog and Oaxen Slip, Stockholm, Sweden

Keep an eye out for more on our new distinctions, awards and sustainability symbol in the coming days…

For all Nordic Countries listings click below:
Denmark
Finland
Iceland
Norway
Sweden

This article is sponsored by Visit Trondheim 



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