The third edition of The White Guide Nordic was launched today, in Stockholm. More than 300 journalists and restaurateurs took part in the event. The new guide covers the 325 best restaurants in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, the Faroe Islands and Greenland the organisers reported.
Sigitas of Sweet Root at the best Lithuanian dessert competition
© Organizatorių nuotr.

New this year is that it also contains reviews of the 60 best restaurants in the Baltic countries Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, thus covering a large part of northern Europe with its many both unique and interconnected cuisines.

Sweet Root, the restaurant in Vilnius received a best restaurant reward in Master Class among Lithuania’s restaurants and was voted the fourth best restaurant in the Baltic states!

“The Baltic countries have their own proud culinary traditions, their own regional climate conditions and biotopes, but the practice of using various techniques to exploit and preserve what the brief growing season provides is as deeply rooted as in the Nordics, indeed even more deeply. If the Baltic region’s cuisines continue to develop the way they are doing now and cultivate their distinctiveness, more people will discover that Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are worth a journey, “ says Editor-in-Chief for the Baltic part of the guide, Anna Michelson Bodemark, said to the guide.

Read more about the White Guide Nordics index 2017

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