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40 Croatian restaurants included in the Austrian edition of the guide Gault

8 November 2011 No Comment

40 Croatian restaurants included in the Austrian edition of the guide Gault Millau

40 Croatian reataurants were inlisted in the 32nd edition of the Autrian Gault Millau gastronomic guide, among the 572 pages which describe the “culinary delights” from Vorarlberg to Hungary, from Vienna to Dubrovnik and from Salzburg to Bolzano. Gault Millau is one of the most prestigious gastronomic guides, and the criteria for evaluating restaurants are freshness and quality of, particularly seasonal, products, creativity and the preservation of the natural properties of ingredients, while equipment, setting and design and restaurant service are not graded. Inspectors visit restaurants even up to several times, mostly in secret, before the final evaluation. The highest rating a restaurant can get is 20 points, which has not yet happened, and 19 is the rating given to the world’s best restaurants. Grades are accompanied by caps. This year, the guide included 808 restaurants, of which 656 are in Austria, while the others are from the neighboring countries. Recommendations without a cap were given to 181 restaurants, 543 hotels and 138 coffee bars. From Croatian restaurants most points and caps were won by Gil’s restaurant in Dubrovnik, Monte in Rovinj, followed by Milan and Valsabbion from Pula, Wine Vault from Rovinj and Takenoko from Zagreb.

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