Rediscover the city as hotels rebound with holiday packages and experiences this year-end.
From rarely seen dim sum to the old-time charms of Xiguan mansions and consistent delivery by shrewd kitchen teams across the city — these are what impressed our MICHELIN inspectors most about the 12 MICHELIN-starred restaurants in Guangzhou.
Alchemist, RE-NAA and Under are some of the restaurants newly recognised with stars in the MICHELIN Guide Nordic Countries 2020. Here's what our inspectors had to say about them.
Four restaurants — Kadowaki, Ginza Shinohara, Inua and Prisma — entered the top 2- and 3-starred tiers of the MICHELIN Guide Tokyo 2020 for the first time. Here's what our inspectors were impressed by.
From stunning views across the Thai capital, to menus that offer “folksy” local ingredients and slivers of nostalgia, these are what most impressed the MICHELIN inspectors in Thailand from this year’s new star selections.
Taiwanese traditional markets have a unique charm that gives you a sense of the vibrant local lifestyle.
The pastry chef of the two-MICHELIN-starred French restaurant counts the City Of Light as her favourite hunting ground for all things sweet.
This stall in bustling Huaxi Street Night Market in Taipei is one of the new Bib Gourmand entrants to the MICHELIN Guide Taipei 2019, a distinction given for a quality meal at no more than NT$1,000.
Headed to Fukuoka? Here’s where to go for a taste of the Hakata regional specialty of offal cuisine.
The renowned pastry chef, who has worked in many MICHELIN-starred restaurants around the world, shares his favourite desserts and dining spots in his home city.
Good food does not have to be expensive. The MICHELIN Guide Bib Gourmand Restaurants was created to allow everyone to eat well without spending more than NT$1,000 in Taipei.