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Discover The New Portuguese Restaurants Awarded With A Michelin StarFriday 23 November 2018
Discover The New Portuguese Restaurants Awarded With A Michelin Star ⇒ For the first time ever, the Iberic Michelin Guide gala took place in Lisbon, Portugal. The expectations were high and, even though Portugal didn’t bring home any 3-Michelin Star restaurant, there are now three new Michelin Star restaurants in Portuguese grounds! CovetED presents you the new additions to the list, as well as the restaurant that was upgraded to 2 stars.
A Cozinha by Chef António Loureiro
Placed at the heart of Guimarães, in the North of Portugal, A Cozinha presents a new concept, where creativity and tradition meet to stimulate the senses. Dancing at the rhythm of the seasons and in sync with nature, it features local products, combining the sophistication of haute cuisine with the simplicity of traditional cooking.
G Restaurant by Chef Óscar Gonçalves
Located in Bragança, G Restaurant is part of São Bartolomeu Historic Hotel and is the first in the region to make it on the list. Chef Óscar learned the basis of traditional cooking from his mother and developed his skills with the help of Chef João Rodrigues, of Feitoria restaurant and Vincent Farges, Epur’s current chef.
Midori by Chef Pedro Almeida
Midori, an haute cuisine Japanese restaurant, is the first Asian-inspired restaurant in Portugal to receive a Michelin star. Created in honour of four Japanese princes that lived in Portugal and renovated in 2012, it embodies modern times with several menus of fusion cuisine and a stamp of approval that’s above average.
2 Michelin Stars – Alma By Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa
Alma is located in Chiado, at the heart of Lisbon, and is the only Portuguese restaurant that was upgraded to a 2-Michelin star status. Chef Henrique Sá Pessoa defines his cooking with just one word: flavour. At the base of his philosophy is a combination of several influences, from Portuguese traditional cuisine to his travelling all around the world and his passion for Asia.
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