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The MICHELIN Guide Slovenia 2023: restaurant Hiša Franko, by Chef Ana Roš, awarded Three MICHELIN Stars
The MICHELIN Guide Slovenia 2023 unveils a vibrant and gratifying selection of restaurants.
It’s not difficult to make žlikrofi. This traditional dumpling is prepared by rolling small balls of potato by hand and placing them in a row on a sheet of dough, which is folded over the potato.
You can still sense the sparkle and excitement of the Belle Époque period at Lake Bled!
These two contrasting and highly innovative restaurants in Maribor, second largest city in Slovenia – one housed in a catering school, the other boasting fine views of the city – both offer gastronomic experiences which embrace contemporary culinary trends while also showcasing top-quality ingredients.
The village of Šentjanž is set in the hilly Dolenjska (Lower Carniola) region, a landscape of fields, forests and vineyards. This picture-perfect setting is home to Gostilna Repovž, awarded a Bib Gourmand in 2021.
It seems extraordinary that Slovenia’s mountains – for centuries a stronghold of long-established traditions and timeless recipes – now find themselves at the heart of cutting-edge culinary trends which are successfully blending these old traditions with a new style of cuisine, largely thanks to a new generation of enthusiastic chefs and the growing influence of tourism.
Restavracija Strelec, one MICHELIN Star: High quality cooking, worth a stop! Following the launch of the MICHELIN Guide Slovenia in september 2022, we take a closer look at this restaurant in Ljubljana run by Igor Jagodic.