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While we wait (with extreme excitement!) for Chicago's Michelin Red Guide, I think it'd be fun to have the Chicago foodies make our own predictions first.
Here's my 2 cents:
My husband and I are contemplating taking a slightly last-minute vacation to France and we'd be in Paris the last week in June. Would all the top restaurants already be booked at this poin...
Hey - I am on somewhat of an unusual quest. Essentially I am looking to book dinner for a small group of friends and colleagues (4-6 people) at a fantastically good restaurant.
So I am curious ...
We plan to celebrate our 13th wedding anniversary for 5 days in Paris, and plan to dine at least one lunch and one dinner at a 1 -3 Michelin stars rated restaurants. We have narrowed down our choic...
For those who haven't already seen them, the UK Michelin Stars were announced today. Here's the full list:
I am taking my wife to Paris in late January for her 30th b'day. We are foodies from New Orleans, and she loves fine dining.
I'd like to give her one night in an absolute world-class Parisian re...
Great staff. Great atmosphere. Great food.
The staff is warm, the restaurant is convivial and personal, the food is the tops in its category. The majority of people who like California cuisine s...
Spending a weekend in Paris. I have booked Le Cinq for lunch on Saturday, but I'm looking for suggestions for Sunday lunch.
I'd like a michelin starred restaurant, that hopefully has a set...
Just released is the new michelin guide for New York.
Daniel has finally won it's third star.
I'm a foodie who is going to be visiting my hometown Phoenix in October. As a bonding experience, my father has agreed to take me to ANY restaurant in the city. I have never been to a Michelin star...
I contacted most if not all of the three Michelin star restaurants in Paris, and here are their schedules for July and August 2009:
L'Arpège, Guy Savoy, Le Cinq, and Bristol are all open
As a Vegas resident I have already gotten used to the idea that Michelin Stars represent depth of wine list above all other things. Tonight's meal for three underscored this with a certainty.
Listed Below (3 rosettes, 2 rosettes,1 rosette ... I left off Bib Gourmand and other notable restaurants)
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We've moved a thread on this topic to the Food Media and News board at http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/566243
Wanted to go to la botte before the guide comes out and the star's in and it gets harder to get in.
Service as always was impeccable. From the greetings - not sure if stefano really remembered m...
Does any know of a Michelin star (or better) restaurant north of Boston?
I noticed most postings on this board by fellow chowhounders have been centred on Japanese cuisine, be it sushi, Kaiseki, contemporary Japanese etc. With my memory still relatively fresh from my la...
We had a really wonderful evening here on the 2nd night of our' fab. Cal. foodie vaca.'
We also learned that evening that the owners (the talented Bay Bread consortium) have sold Cortez to a loya...
One of the most pleasurable feeling pertaining to fine dining was being able to pick out those under-rated star establishments that are on the verge of 'multiple-stardom'. In a way, it is an achiev...
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