Michelin Guide 2024: Starred Rankings

On Monday, March 18, the Michelin Guide awarded 62 French restaurants with a plethora of stars. Chefs Jérôme Banctel and Fabien Ferré each received a third star. Here is the complete list of winners for the 2024 Michelin Guide.

 

For the 2024 Michelin Guide ceremony, all the cream of the French gastronomic scene gathered at the Palais des Congrès de Tours. Among the more than 700 chefs present, two stood out by receiving the prestigious third star. In 2023, Alexandre Couillon, head of La Marine in Noirmoutier, was the sole recipient of such an award. Jérôme Banctel, chef at Gabriel, the restaurant at La Réserve Paris hotel, and Fabien Ferré, chef of La Table du Castellet, located in Var, are the stars of the list this year as they join the circle of three-starred establishments. At 35 years old, Fabien Ferré becomes the youngest 3-star chef in France. In total, 62 establishments were honored during the ceremony.

 

Eight restaurants earned their second star: Maison Benoît Vidal in Annecy (74), Sylvestre Walid – Les Grandes Alpes in Courchevel (73), Maison Ronan Kervarrec in Saint-Grégoire (35), Jules Verne located atop the Eiffel Tower (75), Maison Ruggieri in Paris (75), L’Orangerie d’Alan Taudon, a table at the Hotel George V in Paris (75), Le Mas Les Eydins by Christophe Bacquié in Bonnieux (84), and finally, Les Ambassadeurs by Christophe Cussac in Monaco (98).

 

First star

 

Fifty-two restaurants made their entrance into the Michelin 2024 list with a first star. A record number that also stands out for the youth of the awardees. “Thirty [restaurants] are run by restaurateurs under the age of 40,” said Gwendal Poullennec, international director of the Michelin guide. 

 

With 12 establishments (Espadon (Paris 1st), Nhome (Paris 1st), Le Tout-Paris (Paris 1st), Sushi Yoshinaga (Paris 2nd), Datil (Paris 3rd), Hémicycle (7th), Galanga (Paris 8th), Maison Dubois (Paris 8th), Onor (Paris 8th), Géosmine (Paris 11th), Chakaiseiki Akiyoshi (Paris 15th), Blanc (Paris 16th)), the Île-de-France region emerges as the most awarded.

 

Emphasis on Sustainability

 

Another distinction awarded by the Michelin guide to restaurateurs: green stars. For four years, these awards have been designed to highlight chefs’ committed approach to sustainability in their gastronomy. Nine establishments were thus honored: Les Jardiniers, in Ligré (37), La Cour de Rémi, in Bernicourt (08), Bellefeuille – Saint James Paris, in Paris (75), Domaine du Châtelard, in Dirac (16), L’Art de vivre, in Narbonne (11), La Galinette, in Perpignan (66), En pleine Nature, in Quint-Fonsegrives (31), Le Saint Hilaire, in Saint-Hilaire-de-Brethmas (30), and La Bastide de Moustiers, in Moustiers-Sainte-Marie (04).

 

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Featured Photo, from left to right: Le Jules Vernes, 2* restaurant at the Eiffel Tower, Paris; Le Gabriel, 3* restaurant at the La Réserve Hotel, Paris and La Table du Castellet, 3* restaurant, Le Castellet, Var © Guide Michelin

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