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Franck Rosen: TV chef loses a Michelin star


TV chef Franck Rosen loses a Michelin star

The Michelin guide omit Franck Rosen’s restaurant due to lack of quality. The restaurant is now only one of the coveted stars.


TV chef Franck Rosen has to give up a Michelin star.

IMAGO / Sven Simon

  • TV Chef Frank Rosen, 56, has run a successful restaurant for more than 30 years.

  • Now the Michelin star has been removed from Restaurant Rosin.

  • The reason given by the Michelin Guide is the lack of quality compared to previous years.

star chef Frank Rosen thanks to the various cooking shows And he became known as a restaurant laboratory in the “Rosenes restaurants”. The 56-year-old is also the founder of his own gourmet restaurant ‘Restaurant Rosin’. The German founded Dorsten Restaurant in 1991 when he was just 24 years old.

In 2003, the quality of the restaurant was awarded a Michelin star for the first time. Eight years later, Rosen could look forward to a second star. But that’s over now. In the new Gourmet Guide ranking, the restaurant is again listed with only one star. “Quality is no longer at the level of previous years,” according to the Michelin Guide.

Rosin in the new season “Grill den Henssler”

It was only recently announced that the chef has cut back on his TV show. After ten seasons of the cooking show, “The Taste,” Rosin is leaving. He had a prominent role in the new season of “Grill den Henssler”. He measures himself in a one-on-one duel with the 50-year-old.

Rosin’s not alone with the gradient: Restaurant Guide has dropped around 28 stars in Germany. However, about 34 restaurants managed to celebrate their first prize. According to the Michelin Guide, the new star chef is Jan Hartwig (40). His restaurant “Jan” in nearby Munich immediately earned three stars.

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