For its first launch event since the beginning of the health crisis, Michelin is pleased to celebrate a brand new destination: Slovenia. Slovenia, a country that brings together different European cultures, is committed to developing sustainable and continental tourism. The "green heart of Europe", as the country is nicknamed, is the latest addition to the list of destinations that attracted the MICHELIN Guide inspectors. 52 restaurants, including one two-starred and five one-starred restaurants, have been included in the new 2020 selection, reflecting the attractiveness of the Slovenian culinary scene.

For more than a century, the MICHELIN Guide has been committed to promoting the gastronomic excellence of regions around the world by highlighting quality restaurants and the talented men and women who bring them to life.

The publication of this new MICHELIN Guide confirms that Slovenia has a fine score to play in the concert of the world's top gastronomic destinations. Indeed, during their tours through the country’s different regions, our inspectors were charmed by an authentic culinary scene of very high potential which promises to delight even the most demanding gourmets. With its many influences and varied terroirs, the talent and creativity of its chefs, the exceptional quality of its local products and the focus on sustainability, Slovenia is home to restaurants that fully deserve to be discovered.
Gwendal POULLENNEC, International Director of the MICHELIN Guides

The complete selection of the MICHELIN Guide Slovenia 2020 can be found on the MICHELIN Guide website from June 16, 2020.

The MICHELIN Guide Slovenia 2020 in figures

  • 1 two-star restaurant
  • 5 one-star restaurants
  • 9 Bib Gourmand restaurants
  • 37 Plate restaurants

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