We've already given you a glimpse of how the inspection process works, but now we want to peel back the curtain a little more to give you additional insight into what's going through the minds of our famously anonymous inspectors. The easiest way to do that? Following one of their Twitter accounts (Chicago, New York or San Francisco) or staying up to date with their latest Instagram posts. And yes, these are real inspectors sharing their personal thoughts.
The inspectors are ready for spring, too.
People can't help but to eavesdrop.
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Our mouths are watering at the Imperial rolls form Falansai.
Sometimes the stomach wants what it wants.
Great design and food and Travelle.
It's hard to go wrong with a nice bowl of tomato soup.
A sense of etiquette remains at Daniel.
Perfect pasta at Café Altro Paradiso.
This tempura bento box from Okane looks like the perfect lunch.
This had to be a joke, right?
A diner walks into a Mexican resto & says, “No onions, garlic, tomatoes pls.” Servers – what do you do? #overheardinnewyorkrestaurants— Michelin Guide (@MichelinGuideNY) March 1, 2018
The hot sauce at Kabul is a must.
This rabbit dish from Casa Mono looks divine.
The French fries at Bavette's Bar & Boeuf are worth the calories.
But some things aren't meant to be fried.
Mmmm . . . pie.