Switzerland currently boasts four three-star restaurants: in eastern Switzerland, has entered the elite club with Restaurant de l’Hôtel de Ville in Crissier, the Cheval Blanc in Basel, and Schloss Schauenstein in Fürstenau. Check the new The fourth Swiss restaurant to receive three Michelin stars on Switzerland based Lifestyle Magazine- Kenleaks Magazine.
A record 30 institutions have also received their first star, with one-third of them being in French-speaking Switzerland.
According to a statement, Sven Wassmer, the 35-year-old head chef of Memories, was honored for his “impeccable know-how, ability to focus on the fundamentals, authentic and unique style, and selection of the best goods.”
Wassmer’s inventive recipes, according to Poullennec, “honor the Alpine landscape in all its aspects.”
Diners at Memories may pick from a seven-, nine-, or eleven-course meal, which costs CHF229 ($230), CHF279, or CHF329.
In 2015, the Cheval Blanc became the first Swiss restaurant to receive three stars.
Memories is also one of 11 restaurants to get a Michelin Green Star. This accreditation, which recognizes sustainability, is presently held by 29 Swiss businesses.
With the addition of 30 new one-star restaurants, 109 businesses now hold one Michelin star.
The Michelin Guide has granted a star to a 100% vegan restaurant in Switzerland for the first time: KLE in Zurich, where chef Zineb Hattab oversees the kitchen.
Check the new The fourth Swiss restaurant to receive three Michelin stars on Switzerland based Lifestyle Magazine- Kenleaks Magazine.