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LISTED: Spain's new Michelin-starred restaurants in 2024

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LISTED: Spain's new Michelin-starred restaurants in 2024
Chefs of the Spanish three-starred restaurants pose during the presentation of the 2024 Michelin gastronomy guide for Spain and Portugal, in Barcelona on November 28, 2023. (Photo by Pau BARRENA / AFP)

Is fine dining on your bucket list? Find out if one of Spain's new 31 Michelin-starred restaurants is close to you for an unforgettable culinary experience in 2024 (if you can't book a table, at least you can look at their delicious food pics here).

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Spain and Portugal's annual Michelin Gala took place on Tuesday November 29th in Barcelona, with the standout news being that there are two new three-starred Michelin restaurants in España: Disfrutar in Barcelona, by chefs Oriol Castro, Eduard Xatruch and Mateu Casañas; and Noor in Córdoba, by chef Paco Morales. 

Disfrutar is well known among food connoisseurs for its experimental tasting menus with an emphasis on Mediterranean seafood, having been ranked number two globally this year in The World's 50 Best Restaurants list. 

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Noor has also been handed countless awards for its refined Andalusian cuisine. 

For those of you among us who aren't familiar with Michelin's gastronomic awards, restaurants can earn a maximum of three stars.

According to Michelin's judges, one star equates to being “high-quality cooking, worth a stop”; two stars is awarded to restaurants with “excellent cooking, worth a detour”; and three stars represent “exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey”.

If we're being honest, the standards are extremely high in Spain and in France where the Michelin stars began, meaning that any restaurant with one Michelin star is likely to offer delectable dishes. 

Yes, this often comes with a hefty bill for the pleasure, but you may surprised to find out that not all Michelin-starred restaurants in the country are that expensive. In fact, we previously put together a list on Spain’s cheapest Michelin-starred restaurants.

The fact that 31 new Michelin stars have just been awarded a Michelin star also means that now is the perfect time to try and book a table at one of these acclaimed establishment. 

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They're located all across Spain, from the Canaries to the Balearics, and from Asturias to Andalusia.

Below is the complete list of Spain's Michelin-starred restaurants for 2024:

 

Three Michelin stars restaurants in Spain:

 

Disfrutar, by Oriol Castro, Eduard Xatruch and Mateu Casañas (Barcelona)

 

Noor, by Paco Morales (Córdoba)

 

Two Michelin stars restaurants in Spain:

 

Venta Moncalvillo, by Ignacio Echapresto (Daroca de Rioja, La Rioja)

 

New one Michelin star restaurants in Spain:

 

Marcos, by Marcos Mistry (Gijón)

 

NM, by Daniel Silvestre (Oviedo)

 

Terra, by Brais Pichel (A Coruña)

 

Txispa, by Tetsuro Maeda (Axpe, Basque Country)

 

Canfranc Express, by Eduardo Salanova (Canfranc, Aragón)

 

Casa Bernardi, by Ferdinando Bernardi (Benissa, Alicante)

 

Fraula, by Roseta Félix and Daniel Malaví (Valencia)

 

Kabo, by Aaron Ortiz (Pamplona)

 

Orobianco, by Andrea Drago (Calpe)

 

Quirat, by Víctor Torres (Barcelona)

 

Suto, by Yoshikazu Suto (Barcelona)

 

Barro, by Carlos Casillas and Jaime Mondéjar (Ávila)

 

Erre de Roca, by Alberto Molinero (Miranda de Ebro)

 

Cebo, by Javier Sanz and Juan Sahuquillo (Madrid)

 

Desde 1911, by Diego Murciego (Madrid)

 

El Club Allard, by Martín Berasategui and José María Goñi (Madrid)

 

Osa, by Sara Peral and Jorge Muñoz (Madrid)

 

Santerra, by Miguel Carretero (Madrid)

 

Toki, by Tadayoshi Motoa (Madrid)

 

Back, by David Olivas (Marbella)

 

Malak, by Javier Jurado (Jaén)

 

Radis, by Juanjo Mesa (Jaén)

 

Tohqa, by Eduardo Pérez (El Puerto de Santa María, Cádiz)

 

Vandelvira, by Juan Carlos García (Baeza, Jaén)

 

Andreu Genestra, by Andreu Genestra (Llucmajor, Mallorca)

 

Bevir, by José Luis Espino (las Palmas de Gran Canaria)

 

Haydée, by Víctor Suárez (La Orotova, Tenerife)

 

Omakase by Walt, by Walter Sidoravicius (Ibiza)

 

Sa Clastra, by Jordi Cantó (Es Capdellà, Mallorca)

 

Taste 1973, by Diego Schattenhofer (Playa de las Américas, Tenerife)

 

Unic, by David Grussaute (Sant Josep de Sa Talaia, Ibiza)

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