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Listed Below (3 rosettes, 2 rosettes,1 rosette ... I left off Bib Gourmand and other notable restaurants)
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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...
What a great article in the NYT.
It further illustrates Micheli...
Being European I am in love with Michelin stars (although I understand there is serious doubt if it really works in US.
In last week of February I am visiting NYC (staying in midtown). I am lo...
Dear fellow Chowhounders,
I'll be visiting San Fran with my significant other at the end of March. We're both in our mid-20s. We'll be staying at the CLIFT in the financial district.
Please, can someone recommend a nice Paris restaurant with 1-3 Michelin Stars without dress code? I will travel in decent clothing, but not in suit and tie.
Something like Taillevent, ...
I received this press release today... thought it would interest some of you. Who says the food here isn't worthy?
MORE MICHELIN STARS FOR LONDON FOOD SCENE
London’s reputation as one of the ...
Was pleased to see that Chez TJ in Mountain View received it's 1st Michelin star today. We had a wonderful dinner there a couple of weeks ago, and I was especially impressed with the foie gras serv...
I've read many posts on this topic on this and other boards and have also read many reviews of the various restaurants and I am still undecided about this! I'll be in Paris for 10 days in May and a...
I read in the paper that 12 restaurants got Michelin stars, Robichon got 3, Picasso 2. What others?
Am I the only one who believes that Per Se is in a class above Jean Georges? Do you think Jean Georges deserves 3 Michelin stars? Personally, I believe the answer is no. Let the debates begin!
I was the first to tell Hiro-san at Urasawa-yesterday! He was thrilled!
Mélisse, Santa Monica
Spago, Beverly Hills
Urasawa, Beverly Hills
One of our fellow Chowhound on the Japan board posted that the current fav., of foodies in Tokyo - Ryugin in Ropponghi is a Michelin Two Stars. However, I thought the guide won't be out till Novemb...
Peter Luger's and Saul keep theirs. Dressler gets added to the club. Grocery gets stiffed for the 3rd straight year. :-)
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