A Michelin star - the ultimate hallmark of culinary excellence.
The Michelin star is a high-level, world known award for restaurants, with the aim to share with foodies and travel enthusiasts the best places to dine.
The first star was issued in 1926, with the name "very good restaurant".
Today, the MICHELIN Guide has reached nearly 40 countries on four continents.
The best restaurants are announced every year and the highest recognition is the Michelin star. Restaurant can receive one, two or three stars.
This year, for the first time in Estonia, two excellent restaurants were recognized with one star: Noa Chef's Hall and 180°
In addition, the Bib Gourmand and Green Star recognitions are awarded, and the guide highlights restaurants that stand out for their high level.
Michelin Guide Estonia highlighted a total of 31 restaurants, many of which also participate in the Tallinn Restaurant Week.
Promoting Nordic gastronomy culinary arts and innovation.
Since 2004, the White Guide has been a driving force in the evolution of Nordic gastronomy, promoting culinary arts and a thriving, responsible restaurant scene.
The guide openly supports innovation, sustainability and the many unparalleled joys of eating out.
Estonia’s first gastronomy recognition.
Silverspoon is Estonia's first and also the oldest gastronomy recognition, which was launched in 2004 to value and develop Estonian food culture.