Here are the six best Italian restaurants in accordance with the Michelin Guide 2011:
“Al Sorriso” on Soriso (Novara), “Dal Pescatore” in Canneto sull’Oglio (Mantova), “Le Calandre” in Rubano (Padova), “Enoteca Pinchiorri” in Florence, “La Pergola” in Rome and “Da Vittorio” in Brusaporto (Bergamo).
The year 2011 marks a confirmation for Italy with regard to three-star restaurants: only six three stars restaurants remain, like last year, which have recieved the highest score from the legendary Michelin Red Guide 2011 presented today in Milan.
Stays unchanged even the number of two-star restaurants 37, like in 2010, but with two new comers (and two going out), while increasing to 233 the places that boast of a star compared to 229 in 2010, with 32 news.
Lombardy, in accordance with the “bible” of gastronomy, is the richest of stars of Italian regions with 52 restaurants. Two the three star restaurants: “Da Vittorio” – the new entry last year – in Brusaporto (Bergamo) and “Dal Pescatore” in Canneto sull’Oglio (Mantova). Five restaurants with two stars and 45 one star.
After Lombardia is the Piedmont, the second largest number of exercises with 37 restaurants, including a three-star (“The Smile” on Soriso in the province of Novara), but the first region for number of new restaurants.
The province with more stars is Bolzano with 15 restaurants (three two-star and 12 one star), second is Cuneo numerically equal to Bolzano but with a different mix (two to two stars and 13 with a star).
The province of Naples, copying the ranking in the league of football in Italy is third with 14 stars (four two stars and 10 with a star).