Roeser-based Italian restaurant Fani has landed its first Michelin star, two years after opening
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Roeser-based Italian restaurant Fani has landed its first Michelin star, two years after opening.
Chef Roberto Fani’s restaurant was named at the presentation of the Luxembourg-Belgium Michelin Guide in Ghent, Belgium, on Monday.
The chef was said to be “very happy” and congratulated his team on hearing the news.
Fani restaurant opened two years ago. The chef had previously worked at the opening of the Divino restaurant. Last year he was awarded the title “Mediterranean restaurant of the year” by Gault & Millau.
The award brings the tally of Michelin-starred restaurants in Luxembourg to 12, ensuring the grand duchy has the highest concentration of starred restaurants per capita in the world.
Mosconi is the only restaurant to have two Michelin stars; the remaining 11 one-star restaurants are La Distillerie, Favaro, Léa Linster, Gaichel, Patin d’Or, Clairefontaine, La Cristallerie, My Langue Sourit, Fani, Toit pour toi and Guillou Campagne.