Are you keen on culinary and avant-garde excellence? You love good food and you're looking for good value for money? In Luxembourg, 15 Bib Gourmand restaurants and 9 Michelin-starred restaurants await you. 2021 editions of the Bib Gourmand Benelux and Michelin Guide confirm that the Grand Duchy is a conducive environment for culinary creation.
Bib Gourmand: excellent value and delight for money
The Michelin Guide Bib Gourmand Benelux 2021 celebrates local produce and tradition. The major focus of the selection presented in December for the 13th edition of the guide is the three-course menu for 39 euros at the most. 'Our teams were impressed by the perseverance, tenacity and talent of the chefs,' says Werner Loens, head of selection.
Overall, 15 restaurants in Luxembourg now have the status of Bib Gourmand. Among them, a new one: Bistronome, which seduced the judges with its creative interpretation of traditional gastronomic cuisine.
We encourage you to browse Luxembourg's 2021 Bib Gourmand:
- Parc Le'h in Dudelange;
- Dahm in Erpeldange;
- Brimer in Grundhof;
- K Restaurant in Huldange;
- Atelier Windsor in Luxembourg City;
- La Bergamote in Luxembourg-City;
- Brasserie des Jardins in Luxembourg City;
- La Cantine du Châtelet in Luxembourg City;
- Kamakura in Luxembourg City;
- Joël Schaeffer in Mertert;
- Bonifas in Nospelt;
- Two 6 Two in Strassen;
- Les Timandines in Troisvierges;
- L'Ecuelle in Wilwerdange;
- Bistronome in Strassen.
Luxembourg deserves a culinary interval
The restaurant Ma Langue Sourit keeps its stars well: once again, the 2021 Michelin Guide awarded two stars to it and it is the only restaurant in Luxembourg with such an honorary distinction. According to the jury, its cuisine is worth a culinary interval.
As for the other restaurants in Luxembourg that previously had a Michelin star, no changes have been made in the 2021 edition of the guide.
Food lovers can therefore treat their tastebuds in nine Michelin-starred restaurants in Luxembourg, i.e.:
Michelin Green Stars
Did you know that the Michelin Guide also awards "green stars"? Indeed, this star highlights chefs who are committed to a more sustainable future.
The 2021 edition of the guide rewards chef René Mathieu, who has taken a step that would have been difficult to understand just a few years ago: working only with vegetables in his starred restaurant La Distillerie.
His vision of nature, his sustainable gastronomy and his inspired speech convince not only gastronomic critics (Chef of the Year 2021 Gault&Millau) but also more and more culinary art lovers.