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Oslo gets two new Michelin-starred restaurants. This year’s Guide Michelin Main Cities of Europe 2014 brings new awards and no demotions. The restaurants the feared and revered Michelin staff has chosen to give one star each are Ylajali and Fauna, business daily Dagens Næringsliv (DN) reports. These are located at St Olavs plass 2 and Solligata 2, respectively.

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Oslo gets two new Michelin-starred restaurants

Published on Wednesday, 12th March, 2014 at 12:03 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .
Last Updated on 12th March 2014 at 12:28.

This year’s Guide Michelin Main Cities of Europe 2014 brings new awards and no demotions.

Table for one?
Oslo, Copenhagen, and Stockholm will not be the only Michelin-worthy Scandinavian dining cities in the near future.Table for one?
Photo: Robert S. Donovan/Flickr


The restaurants the feared and revered Michelin staff has chosen to give one star each are Ylajali and Fauna, business daily Dagens Næringsliv (DN) reports.

These are located at St Olavs plass 2 and Solligata 2, respectively.

Otherwise, last year’s cautious rankings for the third-most expensive city in the world’s eating établissements stand: 

  • Maaemo at Schweigaards gate 15B (two stars, three red forks and spoons)
  • Statholdegaarden at Rådhusgate 11 (one star, three red forks and spoons)
  • Bagatelle at Bygdøy Allé 3 (one star, one star, four black forks and spoons)
  • Lille B at Bygdøy Allé 3 (one ‘Bib Gourmand’)
  • Restaurant Eik at Universitetsgata 11 (one ‘Bib Gourmand’)
  • Oro Bar & Grill at Tordenskioldsgate 6A (‘Bib Gourmand’)

At the same time, there have also been calls for a Michelin Nordic Guide.

Sweden’s capital Stockholm – with its eight Michelin-starred restaurants and eight ‘Bib Gourmand’ ones – and Danish capital Copenhagen – with 13 Michelin-starred and 13 ‘Bib Gourmand’ restaurants (last year) – are mentioned.

Such cities that this new guide could include are Norway’s Bergen and Stavanger, Sweden’s Gothenburg and Malmö, and Århus and Odense in Denmark.

Norway has produced and been visited by some famous chefs in the past few years.

Michelin’s international director Michael Ellis informed reporters at today’s press conference in Stockholm’s Grand Hotel that there will be one from 2015.that this new guide is in the pipeline.

“The [restaurant] inspectors are on their way [there] now,” he said.



Published on Wednesday, 12th March, 2014 at 12:03 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .
Last updated on 12th March 2014 at 12:28.

This post has the following tags: michelin, restaurantsnorway, oslo.


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