The restaurant Alchemist gets two michelin stars in the first blow

the Restaurant Alchemist scores two michelin stars in the first blow. It is clear Monday night after the unveiling of this year's nordic michelinguide. It is

The restaurant Alchemist gets two michelin stars in the first blow

the Restaurant Alchemist scores two michelin stars in the first blow. It is clear Monday night after the unveiling of this year's nordic michelinguide. It is

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
17 February 2020 Monday 20:00
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The restaurant Alchemist gets two michelin stars in the first blow

the Restaurant Alchemist scores two michelin stars in the first blow. It is clear Monday night after the unveiling of this year's nordic michelinguide.

It is highly unusual for a restaurant, as no stars have in advance, jumps directly to two stars.

- It is crazy. I am very proud and grateful', said the head chef Rasmus Monk, when he went on stage to receive the honour.

the Alchemist closed in the autumn of 2017, but he once again opened its doors in July 2019.

When the Alchemist on Monday of last week opened for dinner reservations in the period 1. april 11. July 2020, were the tables torn away in two minutes.

the Restaurant is owned by executive chef and alchemist Rasmus the Monk and the businessman Lars Seier.

the Reason that the restaurant gets the great recognition, requires a few words from Michelin.

- the head Chef Rasmus Munk offers a truly unique experience of food, art and theatre, sounds it on Twitter.

in Order to get the two stars must deliver food of incredibly high quality, and according to the gastronomic guide created a restaurant that is worth driving a detour for.

another Danish restaurant, which can go home with a new star, Adelaide-restaurant Ground-level, upgrading from one to two michelin stars.

in addition to the extra star received the chef Tina Kragh Vildgaard, who along with her husband just stands behind the Ground-level, with a special award for exceptionally good service.

Restaurant Geranium retains its three stars. The restaurant is one of only two three-star restaurants in the Nordic region. The other is located in Sweden.

the executive Chef of Geranium, Rasmus Kofoed, was also on stage to receive the special prize Chief Mentor Award.

There has been distributed in a total of 62 michelin stars to the North in the year.

A Danish restaurateurs must therefore be something slukørede, since last year alone, were given 35 stars to Denmark – including the Faroe islands.

At the scene said the international director of Michelin, Gwendal Poullennec that there are around 500 two-star michelinrestauranter in the world.

Updated: 17.02.2020 20:00
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