Librije’s Zusje, a sister restaurant to the Librije, which opened in Amsterdam just six months ago, is one of three restaurants to be awarded two stars, taking the total number to 19. The ‘t Nonnetje in Harderwijk and De Lindenhof in Nuenen are the other new two-star establishments.
The Netherlands now has 79 one-star restaurants, adding five this year. Nine one-star restaurants are out of the guide, six of which have closed their doors over the past year.
The NRC published a series of graphics on Monday, analysing where all the 2,595 Michelin stars have been awarded in the Netherlands since 1957.
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