WHAT IS A MICHELIN STAR
Among the books about food, the Micheline guide is considered the most valuable gastronomic guide in the world.
The Michelin star is a price given by inspectors of La Rossa to the best restaurants: the evaluation metrics are the chef, the menu, the wine list and the location.
374 restaurants in Italy were considered “starred” by the Michelin Guide in 2020, a growing trend compared to the 367 of the previous edition: 11 three Michelin stars, 35 two stars and 328 one-star, distributed on all Italy, with a strong presence in Lombardy.
THE MICHELIN STARRED RESTAURANTS IN THE MARCHE
In the Marche, one restaurant gained three stars and one gained two stars; two restaurants gained one star, for a total number of 4 starred restaurants.
In the guide are also mentioned some restaurants without stars but with a “dish“, that means that they have “a very good proposal and quality products”.
3 MICHELIN STARS: ULIASSI, SENIGALLIA (AN)
The restaurant Uliassi of Mario Uliassi, has a simple and contemporary fish menu because, at the same time, uses the maximum level of technique and technology available on the market and knows deeply the local traditions. His tradition is mutable and that feeds itself on travel and other contaminations.
2 MICHELIN STARS: MADONNINA DEL PESCATORE, SENIGALLIA/MARZOCCA (AN)
In the restaurant Madonnina del Pescatore, the chef Moreno Cedroni guides a fish-centred kitchen and combine fantasy to the ability of raw materials fusion. The architecture and the setting reflect prudent modernity with care to the service, flexible and composed, essential.
1 MICHELIN STAR: ANDREINA, LORETO (AN)
Another star, in the province of Ancona, is confirmed to the chef Errico Recanati and his restaurant Andreina. According to the Michelin inspectors “His gastronomic proposal has constantly grown during the last years, revisiting the tradition -almost meet dishes- with grilled and skewered meat among second dishes”. Also, the wine list is great.
1 MICHELIN STAR: NOSTRANO, PESARO (PU)
Modern technique and home method, due to a ‘local’ sensibility, are mixed in the restaurant Nostrano of Stefano Ciotti in Pesaro, to whom the inspectors gave a star.
BIB GOURMAND RESTAURANTS IN LE MARCHE
Michelin guide has a special section for the restaurants that offer a good menù at a price lower than 35 euro. In the Marche they have been confirmed all the six restaurants of 2019 with a new entry, Osteria Ophis in Offida.
-Burro e Alici, Marotta (AN)
-La Gioconda, Cagli (PU)
-La Canonica, Casteldimezzo (PU)
-Trattoria Vino e Cibo, Senigallia (AN)
-Osteria dei Segreti, Appignano (MC)
-Il Casolare dei Segreti, Treia (MC)
-Osteria Ophis, Offida (AP)
MICHELIN DISH RESTAURANTS IN LE MARCHE
A special mention is rehepresented by a dish in the Michelin guide; it’s for restaurants that have a good dish with high-quality raw materials. These are the restaurants with a dish in the Marche region:
-Posillipo, Gabicce Monte
-Alla Lanterna, Fano
-Dario, Porto Recanati
-Osteria di Via Leopardi, Recanati
-Da Maria al Ponte Rosso, Fano
-Caffè Meletti, Ascoli Piceno
-Osteria del Borgo-La Botte, Gradara
-Urbino dei Laghi, Pantiere
-La Torre, Numana
-Lo Scudiero, Pesaro
-Pippo e Gabriella, Sant’Angelo in Pontano
-Galileo, Civitanova Marche
-Cavallini, San Severino Marche
-Clandestino Susci Bar, Portonovo
-Locanda Per Bacco, Marotta
-Al Cuoco di Bordo, Senigallia
-Signore te ne ringrazi, Montecosaro
-Degusteria del Gigante, San Benedetto del Tronto
-L’Arcade, Porto San Giorgio
-Damiani e Rossi, Porto San Giorgio
-Il Traghetto, Gabicce Mare
-Villa Marchese del Grillo, Fabriano
-Osteria della Peppa, Fano
-Il Galeone, Fano
-Oscar e Amorina, Piane di Montegiorgio
-Da Rolando, San Costanzo