Michelin Germany Awards Third Star to Christian Juergens

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German Chef Christian Juergens speaks to reporters during the launch of the 2014 edition of the Michelin guide in Berlin on Nov. 7, 2013. Close

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German Chef Christian Juergens speaks to reporters during the launch of the 2014 edition of the Michelin guide in Berlin on Nov. 7, 2013.

Michelin today awarded a third star to Ueberfahrt Christian Juergens, a restaurant on the shores of the Tegernsee lake in Bavaria, Germany.

The hotel-based restaurant offers a tasting menu of 199 euros ($269) per person with courses that include a dish comprising fried egg, langoustine, chanterelles, peas and ham, and another with bay leaves, artichoke, sardines, tomato and poached fish.

Juergens’s cuisine “is very refined and extremely intelligent,” Michael Ellis, the director of the Michelin guides, said in a release on the 2014 guide to Germany. “His very subtle contrasts in flavor are his distinguishing feature.”

The award brings the number of three-star eateries in Germany to a record 11, ranking the nation second only to France in Europe for gourmet dining.

Michelin also awarded three restaurants a second star: the Tiger-Gourmet in Frankfurt, Facil in Berlin, and Schlossberg in Baiersbronn.

It gave 39 establishments one star, including two opened by foreigners in Berlin: Les Soloistes by Pierre Gagnaire in the Waldorf Astoria hotel, and 5-Cinco by Paco Perez.

“With its multicultural character, Berlin is increasingly developing into a culinary center in Europe and is also attracting chefs from abroad,” Michelin said in the release.

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Michelin awarded a third star to Ueberfahrt Christian Juergens, a restaurant on the shores of Tegernsee lake in Bavaria, in its 2014 dining guide for Germany. The guide goes on sale on Nov. 8. Close

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Michelin awarded a third star to Ueberfahrt Christian Juergens, a restaurant on the shores of Tegernsee lake in Bavaria, in its 2014 dining guide for Germany. The guide goes on sale on Nov. 8.

Twenty restaurants lost a star.

Michelin & Cie. (ML), Europe’s largest tiremaker, produced its first guide in August 1900, intended for chauffeurs. The guide contained practical information, including street maps and tips on using and repairing tires.

“Michelin Guide Deutschland 2014” will go on sale in Germany on Nov. 8 and sell for 29.95 euros in Germany or 30.80 euros in Austria.

New Three-Star Restaurant:
Restaurant Ueberfahrt Christian Juergens, Rottach-Egern

New Two-Star Restaurants:
Schlossberg, Baiersbronn
Facil, Berlin
Tiger-Gourmetrestaurant, Frankfurt

New One-Star Restaurants:
Auberge de Temple - Helbigs, Aschaffenburg
5-Cinco by Paco Perez, Berlin
Les Solistes by Pierre Gagnaire, Berlin
Pauly Saal, Berlin
Hotel Restaurant Rose, Bietigheim-Bissingen
Ostseelounge, Dierhagen
sHerrehus, Freiburg im Breisgau
Anna Sgroi, Hamburg
Le Gourmet, Heidelberg
Dirk Maus, Heidesheim am Rhein
Gasthaus zum Raben, Horben
Le Patron, Cologne
Ars Vivendi, Bad Laasphe
Zum Bad, Langenau
Axt, Mannheim
1622 in Jagd Hotel Rose, Miltenberg
EssZimmer, Munich
Geisels Werneckhof, Munich
Les Deux, Munich
Reiterzimmer, Murnau
Urgestein, Neustadt an der Weinstrasse
Aumer’s La Vie, Nuremberg
Zehner’s Stube, Pfaffenweiler
Huberwirt, Pleiskirchen
Freustil, Binz
Ammolite, Rust
Spices, Sylt Berlin’s Krone, Bad Teinach-Zavelstein
Lago, Ulm Tom Wickboldt, Heringsdorf
Haus Sternberg, Velbert
Gasthof Krone, Waldenbuch
Stadtpalais, Wertheim
Kuno 1408, Wuerzburg
Reisers am Stein, Wuerzburg

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