Bocuse d’or Europe

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Trondheim, Norway's culinary capital, to host the next Bocuse d'Or Europe in Spring 2024

While Norwegian chef Filip August Bendi has just reached the second step of the podium of the Bocuse d’Or 2023, we know the next destination of the Bocuse d’Or Europe... which is none other than the city of Trondheim, in Norway.
The significance is all the greater as Norway is a country with an exceptional gastronomic heritage and an incredible diversity of products: meat, fish, seafood, cheese. This 2024 edition of the Bocuse d’Or Europe will be the great return of this continental selection to Norwegian lands, 16 years after the first Bocuse d’Or Europe which took place in Stavanger in 2008.
Turin in 2018, Tallinn in 2020, Budapest in 2022, the Bocuse d’Or continues to highlight Europe’s gastronomic heritage. It is therefore quite natural that the city of Trondheim, nicknamed «Home of Nordic Flavours» and capital of the Trøndelag region has been chosen to host the next European selection of the Bocuse d’Or in spring 2024.

Our Norwegian friends have contributed a great deal to the development and reputation of the competition, and their chefs and supporters are proof of this. We are very happy that the next European selection will take place in Trondheim, Norway. The DNA of the Bocuse d’Or is to highlight the different culinary riches of the world and it is therefore only natural that it moves to a different European city for each edition.”

Jérôme Bocuse, President of the Bocuse d’Or


Podium 2022

Brian Mark

Soelleroed Kro (Holte, Denmark)


Stand Restaurant (Budapest, Hungary)

Filip August

Thon Hotel Bristol (Oslo, Norway)


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