In the evening awards dækfirmaet Michelin their coveted stars in Musikhuset in Aarhus. This is the first time, French keeps unveiling outside a capital city. And it may very well be a theme for the evening's stjernedrys.
26 Danish restaurants are nowadays covered with stars, 15 of them are located in the Copenhagen area. But if you ask The food critic Ole All, there will be more stars to the province.
- I think at Falsled Kro on Funen, has been very strong. Michelin have overlooked the island of Fyn, I just don't believe, they've been there enough, he says.
'They have grass between the teeth from Noma, but we have always had the nordic kitchen to grow up out of the fields here,’ sings vendelboen Allan Olsen, and raw materials from the northern jutland mulch very well put north Jutland at the starry sky.
- There should be something in the north, there are so many strong candidates, says Ole All.
He predicts, however, that only lands a star in the north, and gives his views on the three most significant players, of which the first two are located in Aalborg:
- Something that is obvious, it is Taboo. Texture may also be in the game, and then there is the Ruth's Hotel in Skagen, which is managed so well, that it is not important who is the chef.
Ole All judge and food critic at the stock Exchange, photographing the argentine vinderhotdog, as the Top Dog Charity 2018 holding the WORLD cup in the Hot dog as a part of the Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival to raise money for charity, at Israels Plads in Copenhagen on Monday 27. august 2018. Photo: Philip Davali
Last year was the Earthy, Gentofte, enriched with a star, but even though the name suggests otherwise, is prices quite on the moon. You must fork out with the 1650 pounds plus drinks - for their smagemenu, while one of the new, local candidates are actually more down-to-earth.
On the Texture you can get three dishes with three glass of wine for 333 dollars, and the reasonable price deter the French in the Michelin, assures the Ole All:
today, looking not to whether it is expensive. They did, as the first star came to Denmark in 1983, but today they are actually happy to have more good value restaurants.
at the same time, rates the Michelin guide no longer only on the finer French cuisine, as in the beginning.
- I think there comes a star in the smørrebrødssegmentet, they want to show that they also have an eye for it. I guess Selma in Copenhagen, says madanmelderen.
in Addition predicts he three stars, Noma, and otherwise the status quo.
- I can't see who should lose a star. But at the same time, is it so hard to say sometimes surprises the full.