The MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2021 – covering Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden – was unveiled today, September 13, at the Stavanger Concert Hall in Norway. For the first time, the announcement of the new Stars, Green Stars and Special Awards was broadcast on television, in a show produced by Matkanalen, in collaboration with the county of Rogaland and the region of Stavanger.

 

It is also the first year that the Guide has been published in a digital format only; all the recommendations from the MICHELIN inspectors can be found on the MICHELIN Guide website and on the free MICHELIN Guide iOS and Android apps.

 

The MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries at a glance:

  • Denmark:
    • 18 One-Star restaurants (of which 4 are new)
    • 7 Two-Star restaurants (of which 1 is new)
    • 2 Three-Star restaurants (of which 1 is new)
  • Norway
    • 9 One-Star restaurants
    • 1 Two-Star restaurant
    • 1 Three-Star restaurant (of which 1 is new)
  • Sweden
    • 14 One-Star restaurants (of which 4 are new)
    • 4 Two-Star restaurants
    • 1 Three-Star restaurant
  • Finland
    • 7 One-Star restaurants (of which 1 is new)
  • Iceland
    • 1 One-Star restaurant

 

 

You can find all MICHELIN recommended restaurants on the website:  https://guide.michelin.com/en as well as on the new iOS and Android MICHELIN Guide Apps.

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