It’s been a busy week for Michelin Guide Belgium and Switzerland who released their 2014 guides, just this week!

This year’s Michelin Guide Switzerland 2014, released yesterday 19 November 2014, is a record-breaker, featuring 110 starred restaurants – two three-star restaurants, 19 two-star and 89 one stars – 30% more (according to the press release issued by Michelin) than four years ago! 

While there were no new three stars awarded, this year’s guide features a new two-star restaurant – Park-hotel Vitzna-Restaurant Focus – headed up by chef Nenad Mlinarevic. The current lists of two and three starred restaurants are as follows: 

Three stars

Schauenstein

Restaurant de l’Hotel de Ville

Two stars

Cheval Blanc

Stucki

Le Floris

Domaine de Châteauvieux

Bumanns Chesa Pirani

Homann’s restaurant

Ecco on snow

Georges Wenger

Focus

Lampart’s

Adelboden

Ecco

Le Cerf

Anne-Sophie Pic

Le Pont de Brent

Didier de Courten

Ricco’s Kunststuben

Wirtschaft zum Wiesengrund

The Restaurant

Joining the 2014 edition of Michelin Guide Switzerland is 15 new one-star restaurants including restaurants Bayview, IL Lago and Le Flacon – all of which are in Geneva – and restaurants Mesa and Le Pavillion in Zurich. The current list of one-star restaurants in Switzerland is as follows:

NB – new stars are highlighted in red

One star

Usagiyama

Gasthaus Zum Gupf

Meridiano

Schöngrün

Emmenhof

Chesery

LEONARD’S

Sommet

Gourmetstübli

Mille privé – Urs Messerli

Moospinte

Sonne

Du Cerf

Löwen

Osteria Tre

Bel Etage

Matisse

Schatzmann

Park-Hotel Sonnenhof – Marée

Le Pérolles/P.A. Ayer

Des Trois Tours

Auberge de la Croix Blanche

Bayview

Il Lago

Le Chat Botté

Rasoi by Vineet

Vertig’O

Le Focon

Auberge du Lion d’Or

Le Cigalon

La Vetta

VivandaAmrein’s Seehofstübli

L’Autezza

Walserhof Walserstube

Cà d’Oro

Da Vittorio

Talvo By Dalsass

Rössli – Jägerstübli

Adler

Annex

Au Bocca

Seerestaurant Belvédère

Äbtestube

Schlüssel – Nidbergstube

Segreto

Die Fischerzunft

Wirtshaus Zur Säge

Traube

Zum Alten Stephan – Zaugg’s Zunftstube

Attisholz – le feu

Funkes Obstgarten – Gourmetstübli

Markus Gass zum Adler

*Nocturne

Taverne zum Schäfli

Locanda Barbarossa

Seven

Locanda Orico

Arté

Conca Bella

La Table d’Edgard

Le Trianon

L’Ermitage, Montreux

Le Petit Manoir

Denis Martin

Le Restaurant

Les Saisons

Le Montagne

Auberge de la Veveyse

L’Ermitage, Vufflens-le-Château

Hostellerie du Pas

Waldhotel Fletchhorn

La Table d’Adrien

Auberge de Vouvry

After Seven

Capri

Heimberg

Sternen

Gasthof Hirschen – La Passion

Sihlhalde

Sternen-Badstube

IL Casale

Pearl

CLOUDS

mesa

Münterhof

Pavillion

Rigiblick – Spice

Sein 

Also released yesterday on 19 November 2013, Michelin Guide Belgium 2014 celebrates two new two-star restaurants: Bon-Bon and Bartholomeus.

Just as the Michelin Guide Switzerland’s latest list of three-star restaurants remains unchanged from last year, Michelin Guide Belgium’s current top-rated restaurants has stayed the same, featuring Geert van Hecke's De Karmeliet in Bruges, Gert de Mangeleer's Hertog Jan in Bruges and Peter Goossens' Hof van Cleve in Kruishoutem.

Download the full list here