The MICHELIN Guide was developed with a constant desire to promote regions and respect local know-how while highlighting the work of passionate men and women. Today, the Guide continues its mission and reveals to the world the first stage of a global project: to distinguish, through a single emblem, those chefs committed to preserving the environment.
Offered to the Bib Gourmands, Plates and Stars, this first selection of chefs unite around the same subject, ideas and methods that contribute to our awareness. For years in Germany, many chefs have developed their cuisine to nature’s rhythm, where the desire to use their creativity to transform perfectly ripened products, grown close to their brigades, is just as important as the care taken to reduce the overall environmental footprint of their establishment.
The sustainable initiatives of the first chefs identified will be detailed and highlighted on the various platforms of the MICHELIN Guide throughout the year through the creation of various content.
The 57th edition of MICHELIN Guide Germany features 524 hotels and 1,579 restaurants, including:
- 308 starred restaurants including:
- 10 three-star restaurants, one of which is new;
- 43 two-star restaurants, seven of which are new;
- 255 one-star restaurants, 29 of which are new;
- 372 "Bib Gourmand" restaurants, 23 of which are new.
The selection is available free of charge on the new MICHELIN Guide website guide.michelin.com. The print version of the MICHELIN Guide Germany 2020 will be available in bookstores from March 6 for €29.95 (€30.80 in Austria, 39 francs in Switzerland).