Helsinki MICHELIN Host City 2024

On 27 May 2024, the City of Helsinki will be honoured to host the event unveiling the latest MICHELIN Stars for Nordic restaurants. The unveiling is one of the world's most famous food industry events, and it is certain to bring top Nordic restaurant industry representatives to our city.

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2024 MICHELIN Guide Ceremony Nordic Countries will take place at Helsinki’s Savoy Theatre and Helsinki City Hall. Organized together with MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries and Visit Finland, as well as the Finnish food and drink industry firms of Fazer, The Helsinki Distilling Company, Kespro and Valio Aimo, the event is expected to attract hundreds of restaurant industry professionals and international media representatives to Helsinki.

The MICHELIN Stars awarded at the ceremony are the most coveted and prestigious recognition in the restaurant industry. Other special awards, including the MICHELIN Green Stars that recognise role model restaurants committed to a more sustainable gastronomy, will also be presented at the ceremony.

The annual MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries publication highlights exceptional food in Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway and Iceland. The 2023 edition of the Nordic Guide contained a total of 271 restaurants, 81 of which were rated with One, Two or Three MICHELIN Stars. Five of Finland's MICHELIN-starred restaurants are located in the capital of Helsinki, with one more in the southwest coastal city of Turku and another in the southern city of Porvoo. Three restaurants in Helsinki currently hold the MICHELIN Green Star.

The MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries Ceremony is being arranged jointly by the MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries, the City of Helsinki and Visit Finland. The MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries is a branch of the multinational tyre manufacturing company MICHELIN. Visit Finland, part of Business Finland, is a national-level industry expert that works to promote tourism to Finland from abroad. Helsinki city's event partners from the food and drink industry are Fazer, The Helsinki Distilling Company, Kespro and Valio Aimo.