The MICHELIN Guide website has a fresh new look and improved features and functionalities. Here are some features that you probably didn’t know of, but would help you in your MICHELIN Guide exploration journey.
1. Be connected to the world of MICHELIN Guide
The MICHELIN Guide spans across Asia Pacific, America and Europe, and selects the best restaurants and hotels in the 32 countries and regions it covers. Even if you are unable to collect the physical copies of the worldwide guide books, you can still go on the website and choose your intended destination using the “hub selector” function. This allows you to explore all the restaurants included in the MICHELIN Guides worldwide.
2. Find restaurants listed in the guide that match your preferences
Want to know which are the MICHELIN-starred restaurants in your destination? Filter by “distinction” on the restaurant page to check out the MICHELIN-starred establishments, Bib Gourmand and MICHELIN-recommended Plate restaurants to eat.
Or if you’re in the mood for French, Japanese or Cantonese cuisine, make use of the filters to search for your favourite restaurant or cuisine type. You can even filter by price point, comfort level, and whether the restaurant has private dining rooms, valet parking and a great view, to fit your needs and preferences.
Similarly, you can also browse the hotel guide and make use of filters such as price, classification, services and facilities to find one that suits your preference best.
3. Browse Michelin-recommended eats near you with Map Search
When you’re out with friends but have nowhere in mind to dine at, head on to the restaurant page and click on “Search here” on the map to see what tickles your fancy — anywhere you are.
4. Keep abreast of the hottest food news with the MICHELIN Guide Magazine
Keep the world of food right at your fingertips. With the MICHELIN Guide Magazine, feed yourself with information ranging from lifestyle to travel and wellness stories.
Watch the MICHELIN Guide closely in News & Views for updates on guide launches around the world, be inspired by personality features of internationally renowned chefs like Dominique Crenn and Daniel Boulud in People, 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-starred restaurants in Dining In. Travelling out but don't know where to go? We bring you recommendations, from Bib Gourmand to MICHELIN-starred restaurants, from all corners of the world. Not forgetting how food maintains our wellbeing, keep yourself updated and head on to Wellness to learn more about the health scene.
Reading our pieces on-the-go and want to know how much time is needed for each piece? We’ve estimated the time for each story, down to the minute.
Check back daily for updates from our editors or sign up for our newsletter to be notified on our monthly newsletters.
5. Engage in Michelin-related events
You would have heard of the annual MICHELIN Guide gala event where we celebrate the vibrant dining scene with chefs, industry insiders, and all food lovers. The event page is where you can find more information about this yearly milestone.
Aside from guide launches, Michelin also organises events with chefs from MICHELIN-starred restaurants around the world. See “upcoming” for latest events that you can look forward to, and “past events” tab to learn more about some of the dining events such as GastroMonth. Don’t forget to sign up for our newsletter to be notified on the latest happenings!
6. 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 favourite 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.