The fine-dining restaurant, on the eleventh floor of the WTC hotel, has received a ‘Bib Gourmand’
Translated by Thomas Ansell
The Michelin Guide has awarded Restaurant Elevé in Leeuwarden a prestigious ‘Bib Gourmand’ rating in its newest edition. The rating is similar to a Michelin star, however in order to achieve a ‘Bib Gourmand’ a restaurant cannot charge more than 39 euros for a 3-course meal. As reported by the Omrop Fryslân.
The jury report had a series of huge compliments for Elevé: “accessible, but also exclusive, the kitchen run by Chef Kalkman is modern and innovative, but also original. You can expect recognisable ingredients, and here and there a helping of generous flavour.”
Later this month the Michelin Guide will present its stars for this year. Elevé joins a cast of ‘Bib Gourmand’ restaurants in Friesland including Le Petit Bistro in Snits, the Bistro Nijeholt in Beetstersweach, and the Weidumerhout in Weidum. With the ranking being re-awarded each year, they will find out if they have kept their rating next week.