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Allegrini 2018
11 THE “3-STARRED” OF ITALY

5 restaurants for 8 stars: Enrico Bartolini is the new king of the Italy Michelin Guide

Conquer Three Stars, with the Mudec in Milan, and 2 with the Glam in Venice. Vissani, one of the noble fathers of Italian cuisine, loses 1

5 restaurants for 8 stars, including the eleventh 3-starred del Belpaese, Enrico Bartolini at Mudec in Milan: Enrico Bartolini is the most starred chef in Italy, who, in the 2020 edition of the Michelin Guide, sees the number of stars of his Milanese restaurant rise from 2 to 3, and those of the Glam in Venice (resident chef Donato Ascani), as well as the starred confirmations for the Enrico Bartolini Trattoria in the La Badiola Estate of the Terra Moretti Group, for the Casual Restaurant in Bergamo for the Locanda del Santuffizio in Cioccaro di Penango. With Bartolini who, in this way, brings the highest recognition of haute cuisine in Milan, which is considered by many to be the real food and wine capital of Italy, and which today is even more so. “It's beautiful for the city of Milan, which welcomed me just three years ago, today for me it's like winning gold at the Olympics,” said Bartolini.
In an edition of the guide that sees confirmed all the other 10 3-starred, with the Mudec that joins Uliassi in Senigallia, the St. Hubertus by Norbert Niederkofler, Piazza Duomo in Alba by Enrico Crippa, Da Vittorio in Brusaporto by the Cerea brothers, Dal Pescatore in Canneto Sull'Oglio by the Santini family, Reale in Castel di Sangro by Niko Romito, the Enoteca Pinchiorri in Florence by Giorgio Pinchiorri and Annie Feolde, the Osteria Francescana in Modena by Massimo Bottura, the La Pergola del Rome Cavalieri by Heinz Beck and Le Calandre a Rubano by the Alajmo brothers. A guide that also registers two new 2-star restaurants, a recognition that, in addition to the Glam, was also awarded to La Madernassa by Michelangelo Mammolotti in Guarene. And it also tells of lost stars, with 4 rooms that go from 2 to 1 star, with the most rousing case involving one of the noble fathers of great Italian cuisine, Gianfranco Vissani, who sees the Casa Vissani in Baschi go down to a star, along with the Locanda Margon in Trento, for a change of chef, the Ristorante al Sorriso in Soriso (Novara), and the Locanda Don Serafino in Ragusa. But there are many, 22, even the places that, due to closure, change of chef or downgrading, lose the only star they had (including Poggio Rosso in Castelnuovo Berardegna, recently entered, and this is a novelty, in the galaxy of Enrico Bartolini, ed). Overall, there are 374 starred restaurants, 11 with three stars, 35 with 2 stars, and 328 (with 30 new entries) with 1 star.
With Italian cuisine confirming itself as “one of the most awarded and loved in the world, increasingly inspiring also for chefs from the rest of the world, with a guide that tells of a decidedly dynamic landscape that combines tradition, competence, local products, talent and creativity”, said Gwendal Poullennec, international director of the Michelin guides, underlining that in the world “gastronomy has never been so lively, from California to China, with the guide that takes a picture of it made up of just over 3,000 starred restaurants in the world, of which only 130 with the Three Stars”.
At the regional level, Lombardy is the most starred region, with 6 new entires: 62 restaurants (three with 3 stars, 5 with 2 stars and 54 with 1 star), in front of Piedmont with 46, Campania with 44, Tuscany with 40 and to the Veneto with 37. While Emilia Romagna, which for years in partnership with Michelin has hosted the presentation of the guide, for two years in Parma, and this year in Piacenza, with 33 premises, is queen of the Bib Gourmens (locals where you eat well with less than 35 euros, 266 in total in Italy).
An Emilia Romagna that, in Parma Italian Capital of Culture 2020, in September will host the presentation of the Michelin guide “Main Cities of Europe”, with all the best of European catering that will set off on one of the capitals of the “food valley of Emilia”, with Piacenza and Reggio Emilia, the last step of a project that has seen the Region connect to Michelin successfully, as recalled by the Councillor for Tourism Andrea Crosini: “in 5 years, thanks to this partnership and the launch of a tourism product closely related to food as the “Via Emilia Experience”, we have seen the number of tourists grow to 60 million. And Michelin is a pillar of this growth: according to a recent study, the turnover of starred restaurants in Italy is 98 million euros, 42 of which are directly linked to catering, and the rest to the induced”. Not bad, for a guide born in 1900 from an idea of the Michelin brothers, at the service of travelers, and that in Italy has reached the edition no. 65. The one with the most 3-starred ever.

Focus - The news of the Italy 2020 Michelin Guide
3 stars
Enrico Barolini Al Mudec di Enrico Bartolini - Milano

2 stars
Glam di Enrico Bartolini chef Donato Ascani . Venezia
La Madernassa di Michelangelo Mammolotti - Guarene

1 star
Dagorini di Gianluca Gorini - Bagno di Romagna
Iacobucci di Agostino Iacobucci - Castel Maggiore
Apostelstube di Mathias Bachmann - Bressanone
L’Asinello di Senio Venturi - Castelnuovo Berardenga
Santa Elisabetta di Rocco de Santis - Firenze
Gucci osteria da Massimo Bottura chef Ana Karime Lopez Kondo - Firenze
Virtuoso di Antonello Sardi - Scarperia
Lunasi di Luca Landi - Viareggio
Petit Royal di Paolo Griffa - Courmayeur
Glicine di Giuseppe Stanzione - Amalfi
Monzù di Luigi Lionetti - Capri
La Tuga di Adriano Dentoni Litta - Ischia
George Restaurant di Domenico Candela - Napoli
Il flauto di Pan di Lorenzo Montoro - Ravello
Josè Restaurant di Domenico Iavarone - Torre del Greco
Idylio by Apreda di Francesco Apreda - Roma
Atelier di Giorgio Bartolucci - Domodossola
Fre di Bruno Melatti - Monforte d’Alba
Condividere di Federico Zanasi - Torino
Casamatta di Pietro Penna - Manduria
Memorie di Felix Lo Basso di Felice Lo Basso - Trani
Otto Geleng di Roberto Toro - Taormina
Zash di Giuseppe Raciti - Riposto
Impronte di Cristina Fagone - Bergamo
L’Aria di Vincenzo Guarino - Blevio
Villa Naj di Alessandro Proietti Refrigeri - Stradella
L’Alchimia di Davide Puleio - Milano
It Milano di Aldo Ritrovato - Milano
Storie d’Amore di Davide Filippetto - Borgoricco
Parco di Villa Grej di Nicola Gronchi - Forte dei Marmi

Focus - special Awards

Passion for Wine by Consorzio Brunello di Montalcino - Rino Biglia, sommelier del Le Petit Restaurant (Cogne)

Servizio di Sala by Coppini Arte Olearia - Sara Orlando, Locanda di Orta (Orta San Giulio)

Chef Mentor by Eberhard Italia - Gennaro Esposito della Torre del Saracino (Vico Equense)

Giovane Chef by Lavazza - Davide Puleio del Ristorante L’Alchimia (Milano)

Chef Donna 2020 by Veuve Cliquot (a primavera)

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