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“10 + lode” to Mauro Uliassi new three stars on the Michelin Guide 2019

Confirmed the other 9 Italian three stars and 29 new stars. 367 restaurants awarded. The “Red Guide” “marries” the Emilian “Food Valley”
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I 29 nuovi chef stellati della Guida Michelin 2019

The Michelin Guide2019 awarded the highest prize, “10 e lode” (A+) to an Italian restaurant, out of the 367 restaurants awarded stars. Mauro Uliassi and his restaurant Uliassi in Senigallia is the new entry in the Olympus of the three stars and has joined St. Hubertus of Norbert Niederkofler, Piazza Duomo in Alba by Enrico Crippa, Da Vittorio in Brusaporto by the Cerea brothers, Dal Pescatore in Canneto Sull’Oglio of the Santini family, Reale in Castel di Sangro by Niko Romito, Enoteca Pinchiorri in Firenze by Giorgio Pinchiorri and Annie Feolde, Osteria Francescana in Modena by Massimo Bottura, La Pergola del Rome Cavalieri by Heinz Beck and Le Calandre in Rubano by the Alajmo brothers. “It is the second guide that has the most stars in the world”, commented Marco Do, Director of communication of the Michelin Guide Italy, to WineNews, “a sign that much attention is being paid to Italian cuisine. Many of the 29 newly starred restaurants are headed by young cooks under 35, and if we just consider the 3 Stars, there are 126 restaurants in the world, and Italy boasts 10, which means 8% of top level international catering is in Italy”. Moreover, in addition to the 10, there are 39 two-stars in the guidebook (the only category that stayed as is, except for Uliassi’s leap) and 318 restaurants with one star. One of these to emphasize is Locanda del Sant’Uffizio Enrico Bartolini in Cioccaro di Penango (Gabriele Boffa is resident chef), which brings the total number of stars the Tuscan chef has accumulated to 6 (two for Enrico Bartolini at Mudec in Milan, and one star each for Trattoria Enrico Bartolini in the Tenuta La Badiola Group Terra Moretti, for the Casual Restaurant in Bergamo, and Glam Enrico Bartolini in Venice, all confirmed). There was also Antonino Cannavacciuolo’s “double win”, who in addition to the two stars confirmed at Villa Crespi in Orta San Giulio, also received one star each for his restaurant Cannavacciuolo Cafè & Bistrot in Novara as well as for Cannavacciuolo Bistrot Turin in Turin, and the first star for Heinz Beck’s St. George in Taormina. Lombardy is the most starred region totaling 60 restaurants, while Piedmont climbed back to second place, at 45 restaurants, ahead of Campania, in third place at 43 restaurants.

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