Michael Tusk Quince Awarded Three Michelin Stars
The Michelin Red Guide bestowed Michael Tusk’s Quince in San Francisco, US with the coveted three-star rating.
San Francisco cements its status as one of the leading gastronomic destinations in the US, as the 2017 Michelin edition of the Red Guide bestowed Michael Tusk’s Quince with the coveted three-star rating.
Tusk’s dining establishment incorporates Italian cuisine (Tusk was trained as a chef in Europe) with local Northern California produce. One of its signature offerings is a tortelli dish re-interpreted with a mix of sweetcorn, nasturtium and fava bean. Tusk’s dishes are rich and flavorful without losing sophistication – one example is his risotto with Dungeness crab and dill flowers. Quince is also a member of the Relais & Châteaux network.
“We have closely watched Chef Michael Tusk for several years now. In his cuisine, every dish, even the simplest, is exceptional,” comments Michael Ellis, International Director of the Michelin Guide. “It is his fine, precise techniques, that now makes Quince a unique experience for the customer: an experience that is worth the trip.”
Quince joins the prestigious club of three-star restaurants already in San Francisco: Benu, The French Laundry, Manresa, Saison and The Restaurant at Meadwood.
For its 2017 edition, the Michelin Guide San Francisco awards a new two-star rating to David Barzelay’s restaurant, Lazy Bear.
There are seven new additions to the one-star category.
The Michelin Guide San Francisco 2017 is available from bookstores or via the Michelin Restaurants application.