The winners were lauded at the launch of the MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2019.
This is the first edition from Michelin to focus on a specific regional cuisine.
There are two new starred restaurants is this year's guide.
The prestigious red guide features 632 starred establishments.
This year's guide includes a total of 571 restaurants and 263 hotels.
French restaurant L'Osier enters the three-star echelon, while three new two-star and 29 new one-star restaurants cement Tokyo's position as the city with the highest number of starred restaurants in the world.
The selection sees restaurant Dani García' elevated from two stars to three, and 30 restaurants newly-minted with Michelin stars.
There are eight new Bib Gourmand-designated restaurants in the latest guide.
La Paix, La Table de Maxime and Ma Langue Sourite have been elevated to two-star status.
Uliassi is the newest restaurant to receive the three-star accolade.