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Three new restaurants in Croatia receive Michelin Stars, making 10 total

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Lara Rasin
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The latest edition of the Michelin Guide for 2021 is out - and three additional restaurants in Croatia have been awarded Michelin stars!

The newcomers are Rijeka's Nebo restaurant in the Hilton Rijeka Costabella Beach Resort & Spa, Alfred Keller in the Alhambra Hotel on Lošinj, and Emanuele Scarell's Agli Amici in Rovinj.

Noel, Boškinac, 360, Draga di Lovrana, LD, Pelegrini, and Monte kept their existing stars.

With the additions, Deni Srdoč has become the first Croatian chef to receive two stars in two restaurants; first in Draga di Lovran and now in Nebo.

In another first for Croatia, Zinfandel’s (located in Zagreb's Esplanade Hotel) has become the first Croatian restaurant with a Green Star. Michelin introduced this designation last year for restaurants that are especially dedicated to sustainability.

Here's a complete overview of Croatia's Michelin-distinguished restaurants.

One Michelin star 

  • Noel, Zagreb
  • Pelegrini, Šibenik
  • Monte, Rovinj
  • LD, Korčula
  • 360, Dubrovnik
  • Boškinac, Stara Novalja, Pag
  • Draga di Lovrana, Lovranska Draga
  • Nebo, Hilton Costabella, Rijeka NEW
  • Alfred Keller, hotel Alhambra, Mali Lošinj NEW
  • Agli Amici, Rovinj NEW

Bib Gourmand

  • Agava, Zagreb
  • Tač, Zagreb
  • Vuglec Breg, Krapina
  • Zlatne Gorice, Varaždin Breg
  • Batelina, Banjole
  • Konoba Vinko, Konjevrate
  • Konoba Fetivi, Split
  • Dunav, Osijek
  • Konoba Škoj, Šolta
  • Konoba Mate, Korčula
  • Alla Beccaccia, Valbandon NEW
  • Konoba Malo Selo, Buje NEW
  • Izakaya by Time, Zagreb NEW

Green star

  • Zinfandel’s, Zagreb NEW

Michelin Plate

  • Luciano, Buje NEW
  • Matsunoki, Mali Lošinj NEW
  • Ribarska Koliba, Pula NEW
  • Cap Aureo, Rovinj NEW
  • Man02, Zagreb NEW
  • Theatrium by Filho, Zagreb NEW

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