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Worth a visit - Michelin restaurants in Oslo
The Michelin Guide is for many the golden standard for restaurants and chefs and foodies alike await confirmation if their favorite restaurants made it to the list or not. Yesterday - three new stars were awarded to Oslo-based restaurants. Will you make a booking?
Maaemo, Norway's three star Michelin restaurant
Photo: VisitOSLO/Anders Husa - andershusa.com
Four new restaurants were awarded Michelin stars in Norway on Monday, July 4th, and three were Oslo-based restaurants!
That means that Oslo has six Michelin-starred restaurants, in addition to five other restaurants honored as Bib Gourmand and Green Star restaurants.
If you are a foodie, Oslo has just become even more exciting! But hurry up - these restaurants will be booked up soon and it will be hard to get a table.
Welcome to Oslo - a culinary experience!
A full list of Michelin restaurants in Oslo:
Three Michelin Stars:
One Michelin Star:
*Michelin Green Stars are awarded to restaurants for their commitment to sustainable gastronomy.
The Young Chef of the Year
A special award was also presented to Jimmy Øien at Rest in Oslo, as he was awarded "The Young Chef of the Year". Øien received the award for his ambitious concept, where nothing is considered waste. In his restaurant, they make first-class food from raw materials that would otherwise have been thrown away.
Rest's focus on sustainability gave them the "Green star" as well.
Have you seen our Table Stories from the Oslo Region?
Anders Husa and Kaitlin Orr
Anders and Kaitlin are two great food bloggers in the Nordics that is worth following on social media. On their website you can also find rumors of restaurants about to open, and you certainly can use their tips on where to eat while in Oslo, but also Copenhagen and various other cities.
Did you know that Norway is the most awarded country in the Bocose D'Or? Check out this article by Visit Norway.
Bocuse d’Or is a biennial world chef championship that takes place in Lyon, France. Candidates representing 24 countries give their all in hopes of winning the most prestigious prize in modern cuisine.
Since the competition was first held in 1987, Norway has won five gold, three silver, and four bronze medals.