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Michelin-Starred Restaurants in Slovenia

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Michelin-starred restaurants in SloveniaFour restaurants in the Balkan country of Slovenia have been awarded their first MICHELIN star, making nine with one more restaurant holding two stars.

MICHELIN awarded Hiša Franko two stars for the third time. It’s located in Kobarid in the Soca River Valley. In June 2020, when the first edition of the Slovenian Michelin guide was revealed, Hiša Franko first received two Michelin stars.

Hiša Franko offers just one tasting menu. (There is no à la carte choice.) Each service usually takes about three hours. Chef Ana Roš explains the food philosophy of Hiša Franko: “We are a countryside restaurant. We are trying our best to make our guests understand and appreciate our cuisine. Hiša Franko’s cuisine, which draws inspiration from the traditional cuisine of the Soca Valley, combines meat (all parts of the animal), fish (all parts of the animal), a lot of dairy products, eggs, fruits and vegetables. All products are locally sourced based on each season, some of them are from our own garden.”

Atelje in Ljubljana, Dam Restaurant in Nova Gorica, Gostilna pri Lojzetu – Divora Zemono in Vipava, Gric in Šentjošt nad Horjulom, and Hiša Denk in Zgornja Kungota all retained their one-star status.

Those receiving new stars are COB in Portorož, Strelec in Ljubljana, Hiša Linhart in Radovljica, and Milka in Kranjska Gora.

The central European country of Slovenia is known for its mountains, ski resorts, and lakes. Lake Bled, a glacial lake fed by hot springs alongside the town of Bled contains a church-topped islet and a cliffside medieval castle. Ljubljana, the capital, sits on the Ljubljanica River.

(Photo courtesy of Hiša Franko)

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