the Full List of New Starred Restaurants

The Michelin Guide France 2019 has been released with the big news being that the country now boasts two new three-star restaurants with Laurent Petit at Le Clos des Sens in Annecy and Mauro Colagreco at Mirazur in Menton both claiming the top title in the guidebook.  

There were a total of five new two stars, six if you include the shock. That shock news was that Michelin awarded two stars back to Le Suquet, the restaurant operated by Sebastian Bras who famously asked to have his stars returned in 2017, the guide left the three-star restaurant out of the 2018 publication only to award them with two stars in the 2019 release.

Bras expressed his dismay on Facebook… 

In total, 68 restaurants were awarded their first star during the ceremony at La Salle Gaveau in Paris. It was the first edition led by the new International Director of the Michelin Guides, Gwendal Poullennec who had a message for the chefs, “Don’t think about us too much. The key is your freedom.”

There are a total of 632 Michelin starred restaurants in France, 520 one-star, 86 two-star and 27 three-stars. Below, you can find the list of all the new-star French restaurants.

Michelin Guide France 2019 : the new-stars. 

NEW THREE-STAR RESTAURANTS

Le Clos des Sens – Annecy

Mirazur – Menton 

NEW TWO-STAR RESTAURANTS

Le coquillage – Cancale

La Maison d’à Côté – Montlivault

La Scène – Paris

Restaurant David Toutain – Paris

AM Alexandre Mazzia – Marseille

NEW ONE-STAR RESTAURANTS

Lait Thym Sel – Angers
 

Nature – Armentières

 

La Table de Castigno – Assignan

 

Château de Vault de Lugny – Avallon / Vault-de-Lugny

 

La Mirande – Avignon

 

Les Oliviers – Bandol

 

L’Allée des Vignes – Cajarc

 

La Signoria – Calvi

 

Côté Cuisine – Carnac

 

L’Or Q’idée – Cergy-Pontoise / Pontoise

 

L’Ostal – Clermont-Ferrand

 

Hostellerie de la Pointe St-Mathieu – Le Conquet / Pointe de St-Mathieu

 

Sarkara – Courchevel / Courchevel 1850

 

L’Aspérule – Dijon

 

Le Pourquoi Pas – Dinard

 

Le Royal – Épernay / Champillon

 

L’Oustalet – Gigondas

 

L’Anthocyane – Lannion

 

Rozo – Lille

 

La Sommelière – Lyon

 

Saisons – Marseille

 

La Table du Hameau – Maussane-les-Alpilles / Paradou

 

Prima – Megève

 

L’Évidence – Montbazon

 

Le Grill – Monte-Carlo

 

Lulu Rouget – Nantes

 

La Table d’à Côté – Orléans / Ardon

 

La Poule au Port – Paris

 

Accents Table Bourse – Paris

 

ERH – Paris

 

Frenchie – Paris

 

Rachines – Paris

 

Baieta – Paris

 

Oka – Paris

 

Sola – Paris

 

Yoshinori – Paris

 

Tomy & Co. – Paris

 

L’Abysse au Pavillon Ledoyen – Paris

 

La Condesa – Paris

 

Louis – Paris

 

NESO – Paris

 

Abri – Paris

 

Automne – Paris

 

Virtus – Paris

 

Pilgrim – Paris

 

Un Parfum de Gourmandise – Périgueux

 

Restaurant de Lauzun – Pézenas

 

Rachines – Rennes

 

Auberge Quintessence – Roubion

 

La Source – Saint-Galmiere

 

Le Brouillarta – Saint-Jeanne-de-Luz

 

La Terrasse – Saint-Raphaël

 

Restaurant de Tourrel – Saint-Rémi-de-Provence

 

Lalique – Sauternes/Bommes

 

Villa de l’Étang blanc – Seignosse

 

Le Marcel – Sète

 

Les Funambules – Strasbourg

 

La Carambole – Strasbourg/Schiltigheim

 

La Tour des Sens – Tencin

 

Ursus – Tignes/Val Claret

 

Le Cénacle – Toulouse

 

Ambroisie – La Tour-du-Pin / Saint-Didier-de-la-Tour

 

Äponem – Auberge du Presbytère – Vailhan

 

Le Moulin de Léré – Vailly

 

La Table de l’Ours – Val d’Isère

 

Auberge de Montfleury – Villeneuve-de-Berg

 

L’Ours – Vincennes

 




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