Michelin hands out new stars across European capitals

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MichelinMan2.jpgMichelin has unveiled its 2012 guide to the Main Cities of Europe and has again denied Copenhagen's world-famous Noma a third Michelin star.

Rene Redzepi's restaurant, which has twice been named the best restaurant in the world, remains at two-star level, while four restaurants in the Danish capital celebrate their first star: Den Røde Cottage, Geranium, Grønbech & Churchill, and Relæ.

Two restaurants debuted with two stars Silvio Nickol Gourmet Restaurant in Vienna, Austria; and Maaemo, in Oslo, Norway.

The Czech capital city of Prague has two new one-star restaurants, with Alcron and Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise, while Funky Gourmet and Galazia Hytra in Athens in Greece also celebrated their first star.

The 2012 Main Cities of Europe guide, which concludes Michelin's European coverage for this year, covers 44 cities in 20 countries. It lists a total of 2,100 restaurants, including 15 three-star establishments, 74 two-starred places, 18 of which are new, and 287 one-star restaurants of which 44 are new.

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