For the first time in Croatia, a restaurant received two Michelin stars

By: Trademagazin Date: 2024. 06. 26. 11:50

Agli Amici in Rovinj became the first restaurant in Croatia to boast two Michelin stars, and the number of one-star restaurants in the country increased from nine to ten, the Croatian daily Vecernji List wrote on Wednesday.

The Dubravkin put in Zagreb received a Michelin star for the first time. Another nine restaurants – Noel also in Zagreb, Pelegrini in Sibenik, 360 (degrees) in Dubrovnik, Monte in Rovinj, Boskinac in Novalja on the island of Pag, LD Terrace in Korcula, Nebo in Rijeka, Alfred Keller on the island of Mali Losinj and Jastrebarsko Korak – successfully kept his star.

The first Michelin star in Croatia was awarded to the Monte restaurant on the Istrian peninsula back in 2017.
Eleven Croatian restaurants have been awarded the Bib Gourmand award for good value food.

In 2020, Michelin introduced a new symbol in the French guide: a green four-leaf clover. With this, the gastronomic guide wishes to symbolize sustainability and draw attention to restaurants that make serious efforts to reduce their ecological footprint and protect biodiversity.

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