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By Jan Henric Buettner

New Awards for WEISSENHAUS

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Dear Companists and supporters,

As if the "Courtier" Michelin Star, which was awarded in record time, wasn't enough (for more information click here), we have even more reason to celebrate now:

The Fine Dining restaurant Courtier has been awarded 16 Gault&Millau points and 2 toques and our beach restaurant Bootshaus received 14 points and one toque. Points are awarded in accordance with the French school grading system ranging from 0 to 20 points. The maximum score of 20 points is, however, only a theoretical score and is never awarded as, according to Gault&Millau "only God can judge perfection".

 

 

Awards such as the Gault&Millau points and the Michelin Star are naturally enormous marketing catalysts as they generate press reports, inclusion in travel and restaurant guides etc.

This honor is not a reason for us to relax but moreover a further incentive to continuously develop WEISSENHAUS together with all of you!

 

Best regards from WEISSENHAUS,

Jan Henric Buettner



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