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New Michelin star restaurants in Spain and Portugal

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The Michelin Guide for Spain and Portugal 2014 has been released with the big news being that Spain now boasts a new three-starred establishment with the restaurant DiverXO in Madrid by chef David Muñoz gaining the top rating from Michelin. There were two new two-starred restaurants, El Portal de Echaurren in La Rioja and M.B. by chef Martin Berasategui in Tenerife. 22 new restaurants gained a star, including 41 Degrees and Tickets in Barcelona.

In Portugal two restaurants picked up their first star, Eleven in Lisbon and L’And Vineyards in Évora.

The 2014 guide features a total 8 restaurants with 3-stars (all of which are in Spain), 19 restaurants with 2-stars and 144 restaurants with 1-star. No new stars where given in the Basque country or Navarra, which is a surprise.

Three-starred restaurant
DiverXO - Madrid

Two-starred restaurants
El Portal de Ecahurren - La Rioja
M.B. - Tenerife

One-starred restaurants
Monastrell - Alicante
L’Angle - Barcelona
41º - Barcelona
Gaig - Barcelona
Tickets - Barcelona
Zaranda - Es Capdellà, Mallorca
Árbore da Veira - A Coruña
La Salgar - Gijón
Malena - Gimenells, Lleida
La Botica - Valladolid
La Casa del Carmen - Toledo
Arbidel - Asturias
Alejandro - Almería
L’Ó - Barcelona
Tierra - Toledo
Hospedería El Batán - Teruel
Les Moles - Tarragona
El Poblet - Valencia
Cal Paradís - Castelló
BonAmb - Alicante

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