What does “good” even really mean? Here, we invite our MICHELIN inspectors to share their thoughts on food, and what good food means to them.
The MICHELIN Guide to Vietnam lists 16 pho restaurants across Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. But which city can claim to serve the most authentic, appetising, and archetypal version of Vietnam’s cherished noodle soup dish?
The unique culture and traditions of the Hakka people have birthed a distinct cuisine that has become a highlight of Taiwan’s food landscape.
From feeding the underprivileged to supporting healthcare workers and vulnerable youth, these MICHELIN restaurant chefs have used their culinary skills and community of chef peers to make a difference in their communities.
Traditional banquet cuisine is an intrinsic part of Taiwanese cuisine culture. From past to present, this way of eating celebrates the cultural characteristics and local ingredients of regional Taiwan across different eras. Banquet cuisine is a showcase of the chef's skills, local customs and the soul of Taiwanese hospitality and generosity.
More inclusive beverage menus, nanotechnology-powered ingredients and back-to-basics cooking, these are some of the developments we will see in the coming year, say Asia’s leading restaurant chefs.
Oh, what a year — nay, what an era — it’s been. As Asia finally turns a corner in the three-year-long pandemic, MICHELIN Star restaurant chefs around the region to get their reflections on the year just past and their wishes for the one ahead.
Out and about every day in search of the world's best restaurants, they are the hidden face of the MICHELIN Guide. One of the Inspectors gives us the lowdown on this unique job.
The MICHELIN Guide Inspectors have been the mainstay of the publication since 1933 and are part of its very DNA: without them, there would be no restaurant selection. Here, we uncover the mysteries of the profession that arouses fascination and intrigue…
One humble dish, but with an infinite permutation of tastes and types — dry noodles are simple in composition but hold a symphony of flavors in each element. Explore the best signature dry noodle dishes by establishments listed in the MICHELIN Guide Taipei and Taichung.
The flavor of Taiwan is in the rich culture behind every ingredient; it is in the unique tapestry of the cuisine woven through space and time. Moving into the future, continuous dialogue and deep exploration will drive the evolution of Taiwanese cuisine and propel it onto the global stage.
We interviewed the chefs who won stars in MICHELIN Guide Nara 2022, asking them who they’d like to share this feeling with in their moment of triumph. We also asked them to share an episode of their lives with that person.
5 MICHELIN Green Stars awarded in Nara
Earth Day: How MICHELIN Green Star Restaurants In Asia Are Doing Their Part With Sustainable Practices
In honour of Earth Day, we celebrate MICHELIN Green Star restaurants in the region that are going the extra mile for our planet.
Take a guided tour of a neighborhood you thought you were familiar with, have a feast, or several, at MICHELIN-recommended restaurants right in your hotel, then take a masterclass with one of their chefs. More unique vacation experiences like these are emerging from the pandemic — have you tried them?