It's time to peel back the curtain a bit to give you some 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 California) or staying up to date with their latest Instagram posts. And yes, these are real inspectors sharing their personal thoughts.
If you're a lover of duck à l'orange, then you might want to check out Addison in San Diego.
I, too, love spying on first dates. Do you?
Sitting next to an awkward first date. The guy has been talking about his #BrusselsSprouts for the last five minutes. Taking a poll: should I send over another order?— Michelin Guide (@MichelinGuideCH) June 18, 2019
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Eggs on eggs on eggs at Sushi Ginza Onodera in Los Angeles.
Hospitality is key to guest satisfaction.
What are your thoughts on restaurants that don't allow photos?
It seems like Big Jones is the place to go if you're looking for masterful Southern cuisine.
Chef @PaulFehribach of @bigjoneschicago is a master of #Southern cuisine, and further south too. Craving chicken and dumplings on a recent visit, I was surprised to see creative variations w/ Latin flavors in hen & hominy reminiscent of pozole #Andersonville— Michelin Guide (@MichelinGuideCH) June 11, 2019
This fish dish at the newly-minted one-MICHELIN-starred Rustic Canyon looks like the perfect summer plate.
A The Flintstones and Mad Men mash-up sounds like a television show I'd be into.
Feeling like a cross between Fred Flintstone and Don Draper as I dig into a perfectly bloody steak, mammoth size bone marrow and ice cold martinis at #MinettaTavern— Michelin Guide (@MichelinGuideNY) June 21, 2019
Have you had shabu shabu before?
Sounds like my kind of first date.