Read here how the restaurants are rated:
* According to the Michelin Guide, food – and only food – is rated by stars.
* Assessment of service, atmosphere and other impressions is rewarded with crossed cutlery (1-5 cutlery).
* Since 2020, restaurants can also receive a green star that pays tribute to restaurants with a sustainable approach to gastronomy.
* Three stars in the Michelin guide means that a restaurant is “worth traveling for”.
* Two stars means the restaurant is “worth a detour”.
* A star means it is a “really good restaurant in its category”.
* The stars are awarded only on the basis of the food served. Five criteria guide the inspectors in their assessment:
1. The quality of the raw materials.
2. “The craft” – that is, the taste and cooking.
3. “Personality” – that is, how well the chef has managed to find his own expression.
4. Something for the money.
5. Quality over time – it must be an equally fantastic experience, no matter when you visit the restaurant.
Source: The Nordic Page