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Italian star restaurants: on the table we serve the sublime, between breathtaking locations and high quality food.

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Everyone has the right to feel a star chef in his kitchen, but expectations crashing against reality. This teaches today the cooking programs that crowd the schedules of the television networks. From the choice of ingredients to the dishes, Masterchef & Co. showed the common people how to cook and eat in the world of luxury restaurants, where food is not the only protagonist. Eating becomes a real multi-sensory experience, which involves the customer from sight to taste. In this way the customers of the Italian star restaurants increase, while the local cuisine remains firmly at the top of the ranking made by the Michelin Guide.

Michelin Guide 2019, Italian star restaurants: who descends and who climbs 

Last November 2018 was presented the Michelin Guide 2019, an annual publication aimed at tourism and gastronomy, which is the global point for the assessment of the quality of the restaurants and hotels at national and international Ievel. A vote for the main world accommodation facilities ranging from one to three stars. In Italy the starred are 367. Italy gains the second place in the world ranking for number of star restaurants. Many news in the list drawn up by the famous French guide, and more than a disappointment for star chefs. To be admitted for the first time in the Olympus of restaurants 3 stars Michelin is Mauro Uliassi of Uliassi restaurant in Senigallia (Ancona). Still disappointment for Carlo Cracco, who did not get the new Michelin star for the restaurant opened in the past months at the Galleria in Milan. On the other hand, Antonino Cannavacciuolo smiles, who gets a star for his Bistrot in Turin and one for Novara.

Michelin Guide 2019: new 1-star Italian restaurants

There are 318 the Italian star restaurants with one star, those in which it is worth stopping, if you are passing through, with 29 new entrances. To win a star in the Michelin 2019 Guide are:

1. CONFUSION LOUNGE – Arzachena (Olbia)

  1. 2. SAPIO – Catania
  2. 3. SAINT GEORGE – Taormina
  3. QUAFIZ – Santa Cristina D’Aspromonte (Reggio Calabria)
  4. DUE CAMINI – San Velletri
  5. BROS – Lecce
  6. CARACOL – Bacoli
  7. VITANTONIO LOMBARDO – Matera
  8. LOCANDA SEVERINO – Caggiano
  9. CASA IOZZIA – Vitorchiano (Viterbo)
  10. DANILO CIAVATTINI – Viterbo
  11. MOMA – Rome
  12. LA TENDA ROSSA – Cerbalia (Florence)
  13. AL 43 – Lucignano (Arezzo)
  14. IL GIGLIO – Lucca
  15. ABOCAR DUE CUCINE – Rimini
  16. HARRY’S PICCOLO – Trieste
  17. STUBE HERMITAGE – Madonna di Campiglio
  18. IN VIAGGIO – Bolzano
  19. ASTRA – Collepietra (Bolzano)
  20. DEGUSTO CUISINE – San Bonifacio (Verona)
  21. 12 APOSTOLI – Verona
  22. MATERIA – Cernobbio (Como)
  23. SEDICESIMO SECOLO – Orzinuovi (Brescia)
  24. SPAZIO 7 – Turin
  25. CARIGNANO – Turin
  26. LOCANDA DEL SANT’ UFFIZIO – Cioccaro (Asti)
  27. CANNAVACCIUOLO BISTROT – Novara
  28. CANNAVACCIUOLO BISTROT – Turin


    Michelin Guide 2019: new 2-star Italian restaurants

At the top step are the restaurants with two stars, those for which it is worth doing a few kilometers more. Here we find 39 Italian presences, with no news compared to last year.

Michelin Guide 2019: new 3-star Italian restaurants




And finally we reach the “gold medal” of Italian cuisine: the restaurants awarded with the famous three Michelin stars that manage to combine taste, quality of raw materials used and service, location and attention to detail. For these restaurants there is no mileage that takes, alone worth a whole trip. Many confirmations and only one new addition to the list, the Uliassi restaurant in Senigallia. Among the names of Italian star chefs now also that of Mauro Uliassi. Here are the details, the names, the characteristics, the main dishes and the prices of the ten Italian 3-star restaurants:

LE CALANDRE – Rubano (Padua) – chef Massimiliano Alajmo





A sober and very intimate atmosphere. Very little lighting so as not to disperse the concentration of customers. Like on a stage the spotlight is all focused on the plates. Even the tablecloth disappears. A kitchen without frills, essential. The menu provides the opportunity to try out long tasting routes, from historical dishes to the most recent ones, with the possibility of jumping from one to another to your liking.

Le CalandreThe most beautiful Italian castles

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