As you may have already noticed, our site has a fresh new look, complete with improved features and functionalities. In an effort to help you on your MICHELIN Guide dining quest, here are some new features you should know about.
Explore the world of the MICHELIN Guide.
The MICHELIN Guide spans across the Americas, Europe and the Asia Pacific, and selects the best restaurants and hotels in the 32 countries and regions it covers. Even if you're unable to collect the physical copies of the worldwide guide books, you can still go onto our site and choose your intended destination using the “hub selector” function, allowing you to explore all restaurants included in the selection worldwide.
Find restaurants listed in the guide that match your preferences.
Want to know the MICHELIN-starred restaurants in a certain area? Filter by “distinction” on the restaurant page to check out the starred establishments, Bib Gourmand and MICHELIN-recommended Plate restaurants to eat at.
Or if you’re in the mood for French, Japanese or Cantonese food, make use of the filters to search for your favorite restaurant or cuisine type. You can even filter by price point or comfort level of the restaurant to fit your needs and preferences. What’s even better is that you can also filter by “online reservation” for restaurants where you can make reservations directly from our website.
Browse Michelin-recommended eats near you with our Map Search.
When you’re out with friends but have nowhere in mind to dine, head to the restaurant page and click on “Search here” to see what tickles your fancy—anywhere you are.
Keep abreast of the hottest food news with the MICHELIN Guide Magazine.
With the MICHELIN Guide Magazine, the latest news of the f&b industry is right at your fingertips—feed yourself with information ranging from the latest restaurant openings to travel and wellness stories.
Watch the MICHELIN Guide closely in News & Views for updates on guide launches around the world, be inspired by features on internationally renowned chefs like Joël Robuchon, Alain Passard and Daniel Boulud, and check out dining spots in town with our editors in Dining Out.
If you prefer to showcase your culinary talent in the comfort of your home, be inspired by recipes shared by MICHELIN-recommended restaurants in Dining In. Traveling abroad but don't know where to go? We bring you recommendations in all corners of the world.
Engage in Michelin-related events.
Aside from our annual guide launch events, the MICHELIN Guide travels across the country and beyond with its MICHELIN on the Road and MICHELIN All-Stars dining series. To keep up with the latest, be sure to visit our events page where you can find out if your favorite chef is coming to a city near you.
Search restaurants and related stories with a few key words.
Save the effort of navigating through the pages, and simply key in a search term for your favorite chefs, cuisines or restaurants. The website’s updated search function lets you find a MICHELIN-listed restaurant in your region and read all its related stories with just a few clicks.