Michelin Guide announced the new Michelin stars for Switzerland. Michelin sees the list “a refreshing selection illustrating the strength of the Swiss fine dining scene despite the ongoing crisis”.

The guide announced its selection and there are 24 two-star restaurant included. While 19 restaurants were awarded the Michelin green star, four restaurants joined the two-star tier for the first time. They include Mediterranean-inspired Cà d’Oro in St. Moritz; vegetable-forward Magdalena in Schwyz; Restaurant Sens, located in the Hotel Vitznauerhof in Vitznau; and Zurich’s Widder Restaurant.

“In these tough times, it is also encouraging and exhilarating to see new talents emerge who are brimming with energy and ingenuity, in terms of both culinary identity and their commitment to making the dining ecosystem a virtuous one,” said Gwendal Poullennec, international director of the Michelin Guides.

Here are the new stars of Michelin Guide Switzerland 2021:

Three-starred restaurants:

Cheval Blanc, Basel

Schloss Schauenstein, Fürstenau

New two-starred restaurants:

Cà d’Oro, St. Moritz

Magdalena, Schwyz

Sens, Vitznau

Widder, Zurich

New one star restaurants:

La Rôtisserie, Zürich

I Due Sud, Lugano

META, Lugano

Principe Leopoldo, Lugano

Verve by Sven, Bad Ragaz

Memories, Bad Ragaz

IGNIV by Andreas Caminada, Bad Ragaz

Japanese by The Chedi, Andermatt

GÜTSCH by Markus Neff, Andermatt

Alpenblick-Stuba, Adelboden

La Table du Lausanne Palace, Lausanne

UniQuisine Atelier, Stansstad

The Nucleus, Wolhusen

Les Ateliers, Vevey

The K by Mauro Colagreco, St. Moritz



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