The MICHELIN Guide Italy 2023
The MICHELIN Guide Italy 2023 has been unveiled in Franciacorta (Lombardy), and celebrates the very best of Italian gastronomy.
- 3 MICHELIN Stars are awarded to Villa Crespi (Orta San Giulio)
- The 68th edition lights up the Italian peninsula with 38 new Stars: 1 three MICHELIN Stars, 4 two MICHELIN Stars and 33 one MICHELIN Star
- 19 restaurants are awarded a MICHELIN Green Star for their inspiring commitment to more sustainable gastronomy
A new restaurant, Villa Crespi, joins the exclusive 3 MICHELIN Stars family.
Set against the magical backdrop of Lake Orta, in a historical Moorish-style residence immersed in age-old grounds, this remarkable success story began way back in 2003, when the restaurant was awarded its first MICHELIN Star, followed by a second in 2006.
The highest levels of cuisine and gastronomy. Here Antonino Cannavacciuolo, international thoroughbred and star, finds meaning, balance, the perfection of a cuisine that blends the rhythms and flavours of an Italy that is so well-known for its taste and traditions.
At the back is an extensive garden with a view over the lake, where you can have a drink on the terrace before dinner. There are three sections to the dining area, including a few tables overlooking the garden. Tables are well spaced, laid with high quality white linen.
• 12 three MICHELIN Stars restaurants (of which 1 new)
• 38 two MICHELIN Stars restaurants (of which 4 new)
• 335 one MICHELIN Stars restaurants (of which 31 new)
• 257 Bib Gourmand restaurants (of which 29 new)
• 48 restaurants awarded a MICHELIN Green Star (of which 19 new)
• A total of 385 Starred restaurants in Italy