The MICHELIN Guide has developed an international barometer to facilitate analysis of the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on Michelin Starred restaurants.
With the inclusion of more rising stars, the 2021 edition of the MICHELIN Guide Shanghai celebrates the vibrancy of local culinary scene
While both are quintessentially Taiwanese noodles, ta-a-mi and tshik-a-mi are two distinct dishes with unique broths and side ingredients, enjoyed in very different ways.
Executive chef Maxime Gilbert of two-MICHELIN-starred Écriture has taught himself the technique to repair every plate in his restaurant by hand.
The 12th edition of the guide to Kyoto Osaka recognises 265 establishments listed in Kyoto and 222 establishments in Osaka, as well as a brand new selection for the Okayama region. The Green Star makes its debut as a new emblem highlighting Sustainable Gastronomy.
The new Okayama selection celebrates 204 establishments including 2 Two-Star restaurants, 18 One-Star restaurants, 28 Bib Gourmand restaurants, 193 recommended restaurants plus 11 ryokans and hotels. The Green Star makes its debut as a new emblem highlighting Sustainable Gastronomy.
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.