The Michelin Main Cities of Europe Guide is a way for the famous French dining Bible to cover important gastronomical cities in countries that don’t yet have a dedicated Guide.
This year’s Guide, which covers Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Greece, revealed 58 new one star restaurants and two that have been awarded second stars.
The first is Onyx in Budapest, Hungary, which has been open since 2007 and as you can see from the pictures below offers a very classic style of cuisine, while the other is Konstantin Filippou‘s eponymous restaurant in Vienna, Austria, where the former Gault Millau Chef of the Year fuses the Austrian and Mediterranean influences of his upbringing.
Take a look at some delcious food porn from both restaurants below.
Water buffalo tartar, onion, mushroom
Saddle of lamb, fondant potato, truffle
Trout, ‘fish soup’, shellfish
Left to right: Sweetbread, yolk, onion, truffle; Belon oyster, smoked eel, peach, char
Left to right: pigeon, olive brittle, celery, cherry; duck liver, quail, porcini, pear