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.
New year, same inspectors.
But it could be worse.
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Who doesn't love great scallion pancakes?
*Books trip to San Francisco to visit flour + water.*
No one likes cold butter.
Schwa knows how to party.
Is Hakkasan worth the high price tag?
Pea panna cotta? We're intrigued.
Go to Cotenna for a special experience.
Can kindness makeup for service mishaps?
The team @RoosterHarlem were so charming we almost forgave them for bringing the appetizers and entrées all at the same time. Almost.— Michelin Guide (@MichelinGuideNY) January 17, 2018
The importance of acoustics in New York City dining rooms.
Looks like a visit to Mr. Taka is needed.
Living a double life is hard.
Who else likes Spam?
Glad to see that the inspectors have a healthy sense of humor.
“We also offer all-you-can-eat sushi.” Thank you. My immune system and I will see ourselves out.— Michelin Guide (@MichelinGuideCH) January 19, 2018
Image courtesy of Daria Nepriakhina/Flickr.