I will be traveling for a month throughout France by car, accompanied by my Michelin Red Guide. Only a fraction of my meals will be planned out and, as such, I will probably flip through my Michelin every single day in search of the next meal.
If I roll into a town with eight listed restaurants, one of which has been awarded a Bib Gourmand, that one restaurant will seem like the obvious first choice. Is that smart? I might have this sort of decision to make ten or fifteen times.