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Guide Michelin 2020 | Germany

Haute Cuisine in Germany

Diplomats Society presents the new Guide Michelin 2020 for Germany. The testers of the hotel and restaurant guide Michelin awarded the best restaurants in Germany. We are especially pleased that 308 German restaurants have been awarded with a total number of 371 stars. We have now 10 tree star, 43 two star and 255 one start restaurants in Germany. At the moment, there are 127 three star restaurants worldwide. This means that Germany still has ten 3-Star-Cuisines - a strong position in the international gastronomy.

 

371 stars for 308 German restaurants

 

The Guide Michelin Germany 2020 will be available from March 6th in bookstores. The 57th edition of the restaurant and hotel guide recommends a total of 1579 restaurants and 524 hotels on 756 pages.

 

Diplomats Society congratulates the awarded and excellent chefs and restaurants for their outstanding work and creations, and wish them further successes and all the very best for the future. We are looking forward to visit the award-winning cuisines and meet the excellent chefs to experience the extraordinary creations and locations. With further tests and coverage, we will continue to test and convince ourselves of numerous gastronomical and culinary highlights to share the most classy, impressive, innovative, delicious and truly valuable things with our member network. For any requests feel free to contact us over: requests@diplomats-society.com

Top Class Boom

Seven new 2-star addresses

The development in the 2-star restaurants is encouraging. The Guide MICHELIN lists seven new additions, including the Berlin-based "CODA Dessert Dining", with a concept that is unique in top German gastronomy - a distinctive and creative cuisine based on modern patisserie techniques. Also new in the 2-star league are two addresses in Bavaria - the "Les Deux" in Munich and the restaurant "Obendorfers Eisvogel" in Neunburg vorm Wald. The list of new 2-star hotels is completed by the "Olivo" in Stuttgart, the "Gustav" in Frankfurt am Main, the "bianc" in Hamburg and the "Jante" in Hanover. In total, the testers awarded 43 restaurants with two stars for the 2020 edition of Guide MICHELIN Germany, more than ever in the history of the edition.

Guide Michelin

Michelin Stars for Excellence

Michelin Guides are a series of guide books published by the French tire company Michelin for more than a century. The term normally refers to the annually published Michelin Red Guide, the oldest European hotel and restaurant reference guide, which awards up to three Michelin stars for excellence to a few select establishments. The star ranking contains the one star accolade for "A very good restaurant in its category", the two stars accolade for "Excellent cooking, worth a detour" and the three stars accolade for "Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey." Year after year, gourmets all around the world are eagerly awaiting the latest edition of the famous Restaurant Guide. Because the stars awarded by the Michelin testers are regarded as an accolade in the gastronomy scene. The awarded chefs are almost guaranteed commercial success. The first Guide Michelin for Germany was already published in 1910.

The 2020 edition of the Guide Michelin decorates 308 restaurants with stars in Germany. Culinary enjoyment at a high level in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. In the Guide MICHELIN Germany 2020 you will find many top restaurants that follow this philosophy, which is particularly popular with younger audiences. Gwendal Poullennec: "Visiting a star restaurant is no longer a formal and elite affair with ties and collars. A growing number of restaurateurs in Germany show that there is a different way, and thus take away the inhibitions of many guests before visiting the gourmet restaurant."

"Visiting a star restaurant is no longer a formal and elite affair with ties and collars."

First 3 stars for Berlin

Rutz in Berlin by Marco Müller

For the first time, three stars over Berlin. The restaurant "Rutz" in Berlin, headed by chef Marco Müller, has received the highest award of three stars from the Michelin Guide testers. The 49-year-old Marco Müller has been head chef at Rutz since 2004. In 2008, the restaurant in Berlin-Mitte received a MICHELIN star for the first time, and in 2017 the house rose to the 2-star league. The third star follows three years later. Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the MICHELIN Guide, praised the Rutz - "The kitchen of Marco Müller and his team has undergone a fantastic development in just a short time. The dishes are full of finesse, expression, and great taste balance. They also stand out clearly in their distinctive relationship to nature."

"Full of finesse, expression,

and great taste balance."

Great variety in styles & Concepts

From Classic French to Creative Modern

In addition to a wide range of kitchen styles from classic french to creative modern, from mediterranean to regional and even purely vegan, the top German restaurants are also characterized by a wide variety of gastronomy concepts. The trend towards "casual fine dining" is unbroken - culinary enjoyment at a high level in a casual, relaxed atmosphere.


Sustainability is also becoming increasingly important for top German gastronomy. This affects the origin and transport routes of the products as well as the type of cultivation, animal husbandry or processing. More than ever, the chefs focus on dishes that are not only tasty but also healthy. The Guide MICHELIN takes this development into account. The testers highlight restaurants that pursue a particularly sustainable concept.

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Guide Michelin

2020 | Germany

Haute Cuisine in Germany

Diplomats Society presents the new Guide Michelin 2020 for Germany. The testers of the hotel and restaurant guide Michelin awarded the best restaurants in Germany. We are especially pleased that 308 German restaurants have been awarded with a total number of 371 stars. We have now 10 tree star, 43 two star and 255 one start restaurants in Germany. At the moment, there are 127 three star restaurants worldwide. This means that Germany still has ten 3-Star-Cuisines - a strong position in the international gastronomy.

 

The Guide Michelin Germany 2020 will be available from March 6th in bookstores. The 57th edition of the restaurant and hotel guide recommends a total of 1579 restaurants and 524 hotels on 756 pages.

Diplomats Society congratulates the awarded and excellent chefs and restaurants for their outstanding work and creations, and wish them further successes and all the very best for the future. We are looking forward to visit the award-winning cuisines and meet the excellent chefs to experience the extraordinary creations and locations. With further tests and coverage, we will continue to test and convince ourselves of numerous gastronomical and culinary highlights to share the most classy, impressive, innovative, delicious and truly valuable things with our member network. For any requests feel free to contact us over: requests@diplomats-society.com

Top Class Boom

Seven new 2-star addresses

The development in the 2-star restaurants is encouraging. The Guide MICHELIN lists seven new additions, including the Berlin-based "CODA Dessert Dining", with a concept that is unique in top German gastronomy - a distinctive and creative cuisine based on modern patisserie techniques. Also new in the 2-star league are two addresses in Bavaria - the "Les Deux" in Munich and the restaurant "Obendorfers Eisvogel" in Neunburg vorm Wald. The list of new 2-star hotels is completed by the "Olivo" in Stuttgart, the "Gustav" in Frankfurt am Main, the "bianc" in Hamburg and the "Jante" in Hanover. In total, the testers awarded 43 restaurants with two stars for the 2020 edition of Guide MICHELIN Germany, more than ever in the history of the edition.

Guide Michelin

Michelin Stars for Excellence

Michelin Guides are a series of guide books published by the French tire company Michelin for more than a century. The term normally refers to the annually published Michelin Red Guide, the oldest European hotel and restaurant reference guide, which awards up to three Michelin stars for excellence to a few select establishments. The star ranking contains the one star accolade for "A very good restaurant in its category", the two stars accolade for "Excellent cooking, worth a detour" and the three stars accolade for "Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey." Year after year, gourmets all around the world are eagerly awaiting the latest edition of the famous Restaurant Guide. Because the stars awarded by the Michelin testers are regarded as an accolade in the gastronomy scene. The awarded chefs are almost guaranteed commercial success. The first Guide Michelin for Germany was already published in 1910.

The 2020 edition of the Guide Michelin decorates 308 restaurants with stars in Germany. Culinary enjoyment at a high level in a casual, relaxed atmosphere. In the Guide MICHELIN Germany 2020 you will find many top restaurants that follow this philosophy, which is particularly popular with younger audiences.

Gwendal Poullennec: "Visiting a star restaurant is no longer a formal and elite affair with ties and collars. A growing number of restaurateurs in Germany show that there is a different way, and thus take away the inhibitions of many guests before visiting the gourmet restaurant."

First 3 stars for Berlin

Rutz in Berlin by Marco Müller

For the first time, three stars over Berlin. The restaurant "Rutz" in Berlin, headed by chef Marco Müller, has received the highest award of three stars from the Michelin Guide testers. The 49-year-old Marco Müller has been head chef at Rutz since 2004. In 2008, the restaurant in Berlin-Mitte received a MICHELIN star for the first time, and in 2017 the house rose to the 2-star league. The third star follows three years later.

Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the MICHELIN Guide, praised the Rutz - "The kitchen of Marco Müller and his team has undergone a fantastic development in just a short time. The dishes are full of finesse, expression, and great taste balance. They also stand out clearly in their distinctive relationship to nature."

Great variety in

styles & concepts

From Classic French

to Creative Modern

In addition to a wide range of kitchen styles from classic french to creative modern, from mediterranean to regional and even purely vegan, the top German restaurants are also characterized by a wide variety of gastronomy concepts. The trend towards "casual fine dining" is unbroken - culinary enjoyment at a high level in a casual, relaxed atmosphere.

Sustainability is also becoming increasingly important for top German gastronomy. This affects the origin and transport routes of the products as well as the type of cultivation, animal husbandry or processing. More than ever, the chefs focus on dishes that are not only tasty but also healthy. The Guide MICHELIN takes this development into account. The testers highlight restaurants that pursue a particularly sustainable concept.

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