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Thursday, 15 March 2012

No New Stars in the Michelin guide for Sweden





This year was a boring year for Sweden. Not a single new star in the Michelin guide for Sweden. This means a minor setback for the Swedish government who wants to claim Sweden as the Scandinavian gastronomy leader. If you compare it with Denmark who already has 14 Michelin stars in their pocket leaves Sweden with only 8. The surprise was Norway who presented the first restaurant that ever received Michelin award with a total of 2 stars.


Here are the current Swedish Michelin Restaurants:


Mathias Dahlgren Matsalen, Stockholm, 2 stars










Frantzén/Lindeberg, Stockholm, 2 stars


Mathias Dahlgren Matbaren, Stockholm, 1 star




Esperanto, Stockholm, 1 star




Fredsgatan 12, Stockholm, 1 star




Lux Stockholm, Stockholm, 1 star


Thörnströms Kök, Gothenburg, 1 star




Kock & Vin, Gothenburg, 1 star




28+, Gothenburg, 1 star




Fond, Gothenburg, 1 star



Written by Alexander Yü





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