2015 MICHELIN Guide for Spain and Portugal Released

The eight restaurants that received three stars in last year’s 2014 guide have retained their three-star status

MICHELIN

Two restaurants were added to the two-star category.

The 2015 Michelin Guide for Spain and Portugal was announced on Thursday, following the release of the 2015 guides for Italy; Kansai in Japan; and the Netherlands.

No new three-star restaurants were added to the 2015 Spain and Portugal guide; however, the eight restaurants that received three stars in last year’s 2014 guide have retained their three-star status this year.

This year’s guide includes two new entrants into the two-starred category, including Aponiente in El Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz) and Belcanto in Lisbon.

There are also 21 new entrants into the one-star category, all but two of which are located in Spain. The two Portuguese restaurants to earn their first star are São Garbriel in Almancil-Faro and Pedro Lemos in Porto; the remaining 19 restaurants are located in Spain, primarily in Madrid.

Additionally, a total of 37 Bib Gourmand restaurants were added to the 2015 guide.

 

Two Stars Entrants
 
Spain
Aponiente
Portugal 
Belcanto
 
One Star Entrants
 
Spain 
Tatau Bistro
El Retiro
Andreu Genestra
Simply Fosh
Can Dani
Kazan
El Carmen de Montesión
La Lobita 
Refectorio 
Pakta 
Nova 
DSTAgE
La Cabra 
Punto MX 
Albora 
Montia 
Aizian
Elkano
Casa Manolo
 
Portugal
São Gabriel
Pedro Lemos

 

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