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MICHELIN guide 2019 - Netherlands - 2 new two star restaurants

09/01/2019
by Chris Meeten
MICHELIN guide 2019 - Netherlands - 2 new two star restaurants

MICHELIN guide 2019 - Netherlands - 2 new two star restaurants

The MICHELIN Guide Netherlands 2019 is launched today and confirms the great culinary potential of the Netherlands. This year, renowned chefs and young talents together make a big impact, with 2 new two star restaurants and 12 new establishments awarded a first star. The result of this growth is that the Netherlands now has 110 starred restaurants.

 

The MICHELIN Guide Netherlands 2019 is launched today and confirms the great culinary potential of the Netherlands. This year, renowned chefs and young talents together make a big impact, with 2 new two star restaurants and 12 new establishments awarded a first star. The result of this growth is that the Netherlands now has 110 starred restaurants.


This year is a very good year for the Netherlands. Not only have our inspectors seen consistently good cooking at the highest levels by the established chefs, but they have also found many new names to add. These young chefs, sometimes taking inspiration from their peers, are taking Dutch cuisine to new levels with their creativity, innovation and a thirst for finding new flavours to entice their customers.
                                                                                                   Gwendal Poullennec, international director of Michelin guides


The Michelin Guide Netherlands 2019 will go on sale from 7th January 2019 at a price of £18.99 in the United Kingdom

  • 3 three star restaurants
  • 18 two star restaurants
  • 89 one star restaurants
  • 129 Bib Gourmand restaurants

  The MICHELIN guide Netherlands 2019 is enriched with 2 new two star restaurants and sees young talents continue to rise 

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