The Michelin Guide has unveiled the list of 2013 stars for Switzerland today, on the heels of yesterday's announcement for Belgium and Luxembourg. There weren't any changes this year at the top tier — Restaurant de l'Hôtel de Ville in Crissier and Schloss Schauenstein in Fürstenau retain their three stars in spite of a chef change at the former — but there were some shake-ups at the two-star level.
Zurich's Mesa lost both of its stars after a chef change, while Denis Martin in Vevey lost one star. Basel restaurant Stucki earned a second star, as did chef Rolf Fliegauf's Ecco on Snow in Saint Moritz, making the latter his second two-star restaurant. Switzerland now has a total of 18 two-star restaurants. Nine restaurants obtained their first stars, giving Switzerland 80 one-star restaurants now — which, as Bloomberg notes, brings it to 100 stars total for the first time.