We've already given you a glimpse of how the inspection process works, but now we want to peel back the curtain a little more to give you additional insight into what's going through the minds of our famously anonymous inspectors. The easiest way to do that? Following one of their Twitter accounts (Chicago, New York or San Francisco) or staying up to date with their latest Instagram posts. And yes, these are real inspectors sharing their personal thoughts.
All we can think to say is "gimme" to this plate from Bird Dog.
Menu envy at Topolobampo.
Our inspectors got into the Cinco de Mayo spirit sharing some of their favorite Mexican dishes from across the country.
A visual #fiesta of some recent #mexicanfood faves to celebrate #cincodemayo @pachangapatterson #chipsandguac @esquinanyc #tortillasoup @oso_harlem #tacos #bibgourmand @topolochicago #aguachilenegro #onestar @empellon #frozen #avocadomousse @oyameldc #tresleches #bibgourmand @copitacomida #coconutflan #michelinguideny #michelinguidesf #michelinguidechi #michelinguidedc
Go to Jam the next time you're looking for breakfast in Chicago.
The brunch bunch.
A beautiful ceviche dish from China Chilcano.
Those are our kind of people.
It appears our inspectors are also part-time comedians.
Ambiance can play a big role in a meal's enjoyment.
If this doesn't make you want to run to Noon-O-Kabab, then we don't know what will.
Check out the other beverage pairing the next time you visit Coi.
We have one thing to say—yum.
Burn . . .
How can you spend millions on linen, furniture and custom suits, but then skimp on training your staff to be as polished as the room? #FoodForThought— Michelin Guide (@MichelinGuideNY) May 18, 2018
Our mouths are drooling at this beef rib from Hometown Bar-B-Que.