Inspiration: best-of guides
Today, in the ancient city of Toledo, Michelin unveiled the restaurant selection of the MICHELIN Guide Spain and Portugal 2023. This edition, brimful of new surprises, includes 2 restaurants which receive the highest Three MICHELIN Star distinction, while 3 others rise to the Two Star category and 34 earn One MICHELIN Star. Moreover, the MICHELIN inspectors added 38 new Bib Gourmand restaurants to the selection, as well as 14 MICHELIN Green Stars.
Serbia boasts a long culinary tradition that is based on the use of top-quality ingredients full of flavor. Thanks to its favorable climate, fertile soil and many rivers and streams, the country has developed extensive agricultural production, including the raising of livestock and cultivation of crops such as maize, wheat, sunflowers, sugar beet, soya, potatoes, apples, plums and grapes.
422 restaurants, including 2 new Two Starred establishments, spotlighted in the MICHELIN Guide Tokyo 2023
Myojaku and SÉZANNE receive Two MICHELIN Stars, and 16 new restaurants are distinguished One MICHELIN Star, while the Bib Gourmand celebrates 38 new restaurants which have been rated as best value-for-money by MICHELIN inspectors.
Abu Dhabi’s restaurants make their debut in the MICHELIN Guide with 42 listings covering 16 cuisine types. Three restaurants receive one MICHELIN Star and 4 restaurants are awarded a Bib Gourmand.
37 restaurants from San Diego to Sonoma are joining the MICHELIN Guide California, serving cuisines spanning Californian to Burmese.
Two Chefs, Two Michelin Stars, Four Hands: A Menu cooked by Szilárd Tóth and Adam Handling