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Michelin: Why no food content?

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Michelin: Why no food content?

david sprague | Nov 20, 2005 02:27 PM

This may well have been covered in posts below, but I saw no evidence that it has. Never really examined the Michelin guides to France, so I was wondering if they, like the New York edition, completely avoid examination of food. Perusing the NY version, i've read plenty about what rooms look like -- usually only marginally accurate -- plenty about the outside activities of proprietors (like how to order luger steaks online) but virtually no insight about what's actually served.

if this is really what the Michelin guide is supposed to be about, why does anyone take it any more seriously than, say, the Astoria Gazette? At least that publication offers a bit of exposition regarding the menu...

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