Denmark gets two new Michelin-star restaurants

Christian Wenande
February 20th, 2018

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Geranium keeps its three stars and Kadeau handed a second

Eric Kragh Vildgaard, the head chef at new Michelin-star winner Jordnær in Gentofte (photo: Jordnær)

Those living in Denmark with a penchant for exquisite gastronomy can begin looking forward to new top-shelf dining experiences  following the unveiling of the 2018 Michelin Nordic guide in Copenhagen yesterday evening.

Denmark received two new Michelin-star restaurants as Jordnær in Gentofte and MeMu in Vejle were handed their first stars.

Geranium, Denmark’s gastronomy lynchpin in the wake of Noma’s hiatus, maintained its three-star rating, while Kadeau in Copenhagen became the third two-star eatery in the country, joining AOC and Henne Kirkeby Kro.

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Swedes ahead
Denmark now has 30 stars across 26 restaurants, two more than last year, while Koks restaurant in the Faroe Islands also has one.

But looking at proceedings from a Nordic perspective, Sweden was the big winner.

The Swedes surpassed Denmark thanks to a big year and now have 32 stars spread across their restaurants – including their first three-star eatery Frantzén in Stockholm.


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