Michelin guide Main Cities of Europe 2015

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The Staff Canteen

Editor 10th March 2015
Today sees the release of Michelin’s Main Cities of Europe guide 2015 which covers 46 cities in 20 countries, with two new cities added to this edition - Aarhus in Denmark and Malmo in Sweden. In this 34th edition you’ll find information on 1,537 hotels and 2,380 restaurants (including 15 Three Star, 83 Two Stars and 373 One Star restaurants). Main Cities of EuropeBoth newly added cities are now home to 3 one-star restaurants: Frederikshøj, Gastromé and Substans in Aarhus; and Ambiance à Vindåkra, Bloom in the Park and Vollmers in Malmö. Tanti in Budapest receives its first Michelin star in this year’s guide. Editor Rebecca Burr praised its “great cooking and simple artistry. This is a stylish modern restaurant and the kitchen delivers ‘clean’, fresh flavours and shows a real understanding of ingredients”. A total of five restaurants in Budapest were added to the guide, four were added in Prague and three in Warsaw. “I am delighted that our inspectors have found such an interesting variety of restaurants in these emerging cities, ranging from converted butcher’s shops to stylish wine bars. In all the cities covered by this guide, readers will be able to find places to fit every occasion”. For readers who want to eat well at a reasonable price, the MICHELIN guide Main Cities of Europe 2015 also includes a total of 292 Bib Gourmand restaurants, which represent excellent value for money. Year after year, the Bib Gourmand selection has proved increasingly popular with our readers. Written in English, the guide is intended for business travellers and tourists visiting leading European cities who want to find, for example, a hotel near a convention centre, a restaurant in which they can entertain clients or an affordable hotel and dining options in the city centre. The guide features a MICHELIN LOGOwealth of other useful information, including city maps showing the exact location of all hotels and restaurants we recommend, key words for defining each establishment’s style, and easy-to-read practical and tourist information on each city. Available in sales outlets from March 12th, the 2015 MICHELIN guide Main Cities of Europe is also available for smartphones and tablets.

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 10th March 2015

Michelin guide Main Cities of Europe 2015