Ritz-Carlton hotels to retain 13 Michelin stars
Eight restaurants across six hotels in Asia and Europe recognised by Michelin Guide
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company will retain 13 of its Michelin stars in 2015 across eights restaurants in six hotels in Asia and Europe.
The Ritz-Carlton Abama, Tenerife hosts two Michelin-starred restaurants – signature outlet MB by Basque chef Martin Berasategui, and Kabuki by Spanish chef Ricardo Sanz – is among the hotels to retain the international recognition.
AQUA at The Ritz-Carlton, Wolfsburg retains the most stars possible under the Michelin Guide, with three to its name for its modern European cuisine, crafted by the chef de cuisine, Sven Elverfeld.
The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong also retains three Michelin stars across two of its signature restaurants. Tin Lung Heen maintains two stars for its traditional dim sum, created by Michelin-starred chef Paul Lau Ping Lui, whist Tosca retains one star for its unique mix of innovation and tradition, combining to create Italian cuisine under Pino Lavarra.
Commenting on the news, The Ritz-Carlton vice president food & beverage Rainer Zinngrebe said: “These prestigious accolades belong to the ladies & gentlemen of our restaurants, who work with such dedication and passion. Not only is constant evolution and creativity essential in the culinary world, but the permanent quest for excellence. We are honoured to have been recognised globally by such an esteemed, well-reputed organisation.”
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company currently operates 87 hotels in the Americas, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and the Caribbean.