Head for some Fine Dining in Europe. Here is how to Collect Michelin Stars, not just in France where most of the Michelin rewarded restaurants are located, but also in other surprising countries.
Sweden – variuos dining experiences
In Sweden there are no 3-star restaurant but quite a few with one or two stars.
- Fäviken Magasinet, participant in the Netflix TV show “Chefs Table” have earned two stars by making Scandinavian food (with a touch) somewhat in the same manners food was preserved and made far back in time. Available tables are released every quarter. Price: 300 € / person.
There are two restaurants serving Japanese food that holds one Michelin Star each:
- Imouto received their star in 2017. Edomae style Sushi Bar serving, all pieces of sushi served over the counter by the chef. There are very few seats around the table so book in advance. Price: 120 € / person.
- Sushi Sho squeezes in two serving during a evening, so be in time. Edomae style Sushi Bar serving. Price: 60 € / person.
France – the classic destination and dishes
The Michelin Guide was created in France and therefore, most of the restaurants holding stars are located in France.
- Arpége, the classic french restaurant, going Vegetarian, going mixed also participated in the Netflix TV show Chefs Table. It is a small place serving mostly vegetarian food. Unfortunately, there are not anything special about the food if you compare to other 3-starred Michelin restaurants. Price: 270-390 € / person.
- L’Assiette Champenoise = the Champagne Plate is a delightful menu with many classic French dishes. Allk very tasteful and the menu paired with the wine menu (a lot of Champagne included) is recommended. Price: 275 € / person.
Spain – tasteful ingredients with French touch
- M.B is located in a Five Star Hotel Resort, is large and well staffed. The cuisine offered is a mix of local ingredients and French classic courses. Price: 140 € / person.