Germany is Earning Michelin Stars at an Exceptional Rate

Germany is Earning Michelin Stars at an Exceptional Rate

I am so excited to be in Germany taking part in a Culinary tour where we visit Wolfsburg, Osabruck,-Bergisch, Gladbach, Cologne and Stuttgart. I did not realize how many Michelin Star establishments they have. The are hot on the culinary scene.

My own start at The Ritz Carlton, Wolfsburg, is showing me all I did not know about what is happening with the food scene in Germany. It is exciting. The whole week is full and Monday night, they have a special event for us.

According to Ingo Scheuermann, “The big theme on Monday will be to present you the cuisine of four protagonists of an upcoming culinary movement, Neue-Deutsche-Schule, as a German approach to culinary progress. Apparent from the font used, Bauhaus, this movement hinges and builds on the traditions and heritage of the German Bauhaus tradition in creating and composing dishes… The press dinner is the kick-off event and we hope that there will be a lot of culinary delight and fruitful discussion.”

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2 Responsesto “Germany is Earning Michelin Stars at an Exceptional Rate”

  1. Brenda Hill says:

    This all sounds terrific. There is nothing like
    enjoying Germany in September for Oktoberfest.
    It will be almost as fun here in Sarasota, Fl. this
    week as my authentic German market, Geiers, and deli kicks
    off their 29th annual Oktobrefest celebration. Just like in Germany,
    I will feast on grilled bratwwurst, knockwurst and sauerkraut with
    live music and … free beer!

  2. Maralyn says:

    That is what I would have expected, except this trip, I’ll be dining with Michelin Star chefs on a whirlwind tour. Germany now has 9 3Michelin Star restaurants, all sorts of ones and two. It is amazing. Tonight’s dinner will be with Severfekd, 3 Michelin Stars and 19 points by Gault Millau. I’m fortunate to discovering a side of Germany I did not know existed. So now, they cover it all from beer and brats to wine and fine dining.

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