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Michelin Announces 2020 Stars for Spain and Portugal

Spanish restaurant Cenador de Amós has three stars in the new guide to the Southern European countries

A white plate with a small piece of brown meat and some unidentifiable vegetables
A pigeon-and-broccoli dish from Cenador de Amós, which has three stars in the new guide.
Cenador de Amós/Official

Michelin’s latest dining guide brings the French tire company to Spain and Portugal, where 30 new restaurants receive stars, for a total of 241 starred restaurants. In the 2020 guide to the Southern European countries, there are 23 new restaurants with one star, six new two-star restaurants, and one restaurant with three stars, Michelin’s highest rank.

Cenador de Amós, which Michelin describes as “a charming mansion-palace lying in the Catabrian village of Villaverde de Pontones,” was promoted to three-star status. Naturally, the Spanish restaurant serves multiple tasting menus. It joins 10 other three-star restaurants in Spain. (There are no three-star restaurants in Portugal.)

Five of the new two-star restaurants are in Spain: Angle in Barcelona; Noor in Cordova; El Poblet in Valencia; and Skina and Bardal in Malaga. Casa de Chá da Boa Nova, located in Leca da Palmeira near Porto, Portugal, is the only new two-star restaurant from that country. In all, Portugal has seven two-star restaurants to Spain’s 29.

Among the restaurants with one Michelin star for the first time, 19 are from Spain, including Eater essential Gofio in Madrid. Epur, one of Lisbon’s essential restaurants, also appears in the guide with a star for the first time, along with three other Portuguese restaurants.

Check out the list of new restaurants below, and click through for the full Michelin guides to Spain and Portugal.


Cenador de Amos, Cantabria, Spain



Angle, Barcelona

Bardal, Málaga

El Poblet, Valencia

Noor, Córdoba

Skina, Marbella


Casa de Chá da Boa Nova, Porto

One-Star Restaurants


Aurt, Barcelona

Cinc Sentits, Barcelona

Deliranto, Salou, Tarragona

Dama Juana, Jaén

Gofio by Cícero Canary, Madrid

99 KŌ sushi bar, Madrid

Es Tragón, Ibiza

Iván Cerdeño, Toledo

La aquarela, Gran Canaria

La Biblioteca, Pamplona

La Salita, Valencia

Los Guayres, Gran Canaria

Magoga, Murcia, Cartagena

Mantúa, Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz

Ola Martín Berasategui, Bilbao

Retama, Ciudad Real

Taller, Valladolid

Tula , Javea, Alicante

Voro, Mallorca


Epur, Lisboa

Fifty Seconds, Lisboa

Mesa de Lemos, Viseu

Vistas, Faro

MICHELIN Guide Spain & Portugal 2020 Selection [Michelin]

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