Michelin Travel Publications rolled out the results for New York City's 2013 Michelin Guide today, and a record-setting 66 area restaurants earned one or more of the guide's highest honor - the Michelin star.
The Michelin Guide, or Le Guide Michelin, originated in France in 1900 and has since offered its notes, recommendations and ratings on restaurants and hotels in select cities around the globe. It published its first New York City edition in 2005.
The guide's recommendations are put together by a team of "famously anonymous" inspectors, who all must undergo strict training and sign confidentiality agreements before they can file reports on their assigned establishments.
The ratings for the guide are as follows:
Three stars – “Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey. One always eats here extremely well, sometimes superbly. Distinctive dishes are precisely executed, using superlative ingredients.”
Two stars – “Excellent cuisine, worth a detour. Skillfully and carefully crafted dishes of outstanding quality.”
One star – “A very good restaurant in its category. A place offering cuisine prepared to a consistently high standard.”
Here is the full list:
Three Michelin stars
Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare
Eleven Madison Park
Two Michelin stars
Gordon Ramsay at The London
One Michelin star
A Voce Columbus
A Voce Madison
Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen
Gotham Bar and Grill
Picholine (currently closed)
River Café (The)
Sushi of Gar
Torrisi Italian Specialties
How many have you dined in and did your favorite make the list? Share your memories and gripes in the comments below.
Previously – "World's 50 Best Restaurants" in 2012
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I have been to Per Se and had one of the best dinning experiences . The menu and portions were wonderful as well as our waiter ,Andrew . However , Del Posto was quite the opposite . The menu was confusing and the food not so good . I question this rating and ask why not Mas ?!
I have been to Per Se and thought it to be one of the best dining experiences that I have had . The menu and portions were wonderful as was our waiter Andrew. However , my experience at Del Posta was quite the opposite .. The menu was confusing and the food not so good . I am surprised with this rating and wondering why not Mas ?!
You left out the best restaurants of all with the best chefs." Home and Mom's cooking!
I've been to Aquavit- when Marcus Samuelsen (SP?)worked there- loved it. What's missing from the list for me is Le Cirque in NYC, and Brennan's in New Orleans. Two of the best dining experience I've had in my whole life.
They left McDonalds off the list.
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I went to spotted pig which has a one star.
Why is a tire company rating restaurants?
To promote traveling.
Its all ambience and service (and price increases) after that 1st star. Good job if you can get it......
Not even one star for ScalinI Fidele ? A few others are also missing while some listed think not worthy of any star.
Go to my resturant:
McDonalds,in Timesquare.You'll love our food!!!!!
(its made of human poop.You poop out the poop-food,and we recyle!)
This article is boring! How about next time we get to see pictures of the restaurants as well a menu card or description of the type of food?
I went to the 3 star restaurant websites. Looks like overpriced food for the yuppies. None of it really looked that good except for Masa and their mexican cuisine.
I've been to Daniel twice. It most definitely fulfilled every expectation on both nights. A two hour or so dinner that was amazing, with incredible staff. Definitely worthy of a top honour. Yes it is expensive, but it is quite different from practically every other "nice" restaurant I've been to.
How 'bout you take a page from Geroy and, if you're that interested, do your own fargging research?
Yes ... and then if they had photos and menu cards for each of these restaurants (look at the 1 stars), you would say: "This list is too long! Focus on the information and then I can do my own research!!"
Some of the Michelin restaurants have have menus that change after a very short period of time so posting the menus won't really be helpful.
I read the list twice and Gray's Papaya is nowhere to be found. It must have 4, or possibly 5, Michelin stars (at least).
They forgot Corner Bistro. For the burger!
Any rating system that misses the hands-down best tasting, most creative, most balanced, most cost-effective food in the city – the Nighthawk Cinema in Williamsburg – is simply defective. I won't be paying any attention to Michelin rankings, anywhere, any more given an error of this magnitude.
I have been to 15 of those restaurants listed and 10 or so fulfilled my expectations and higher. Great food, delicious ingredients. Some are expensive but well worth it.
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