That’s right. The MICHELIN Guide is bringing the heat to the 3 0 5 this year!
When: May 11
Where: LoanDepot Park in Miami
Locally, the guide caused a stir in late 2021 when it announced its inaugural Florida arrival. Ultimately, the exciting ceremony held last summer in Orlando, Florida, forever changed our state’s culinary landscape.
In the press release, the MICHELIN Guide states, “Chefs and restaurant teams will learn in real time whether their establishments have received culinary distinctions such as MICHELIN Stars, Bib Gourmands or other professional award distinctions. The event is by invitation only.”
Eight new restaurants for the Miami Guide were teased in February. Today, Orlando and Tampa received 11 total MICHELIN additions. Will they receive a star? Two stars? Or place as Bib Gourmands? We still have five more weeks to go before we find out.
Not familiar with how the MICHELIN Guide works? Here is a little cheat sheet to help!
The Michelin Guide states, “Restaurants may receive zero to 3 stars for the quality of their food based on five criteria: quality of the ingredients used, mastery of flavour and cooking techniques, the personality of the chef in his cuisine, value for money and consistency between visits.”
One star: A very good restaurant in its category.
Two stars: Excellent cooking, worth a detour.
Three stars: Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey.
“Restaurant inspectors do not look at interior decor, table setting, or service quality in awarding stars – these are instead indicated by the number of ‘covers’ it receives, represented by the fork and spoon symbol.”
1- Quite comfortable
3- Very comfortable
4- Top class comfort
5- Luxury in the traditional style
Who do you think deserves a star or two? Send me your predictions! email@example.com
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