Three stars from Michelin mean only one thing: for the sake of this restaurant you should go on a European journey. Where exactly? Now we will tell you.
In the high restaurant business there can be no compromise. Location, service and interior must meet the highest expectations of visitors. With all this, of course, the kitchen – above all. It is she who should finally pick up the person so that he leaves the table with a sweet sensation of gastronomic delight. Continue reading
The Michelin Guide is the most popular and influential world restaurant rating that has existed in its current form since 1926. Three stars mean the magnificent work of the chef and the highest level of cuisine, the delight of which deserves a separate journey to the owner. In this article we will guide you through the best restaurants in Europe, whose cuisine is deservedly considered a work of art. Continue reading
Restaurants with Michelin stars can be counted on the fingers. After all, even get one of the three – a great honor and a lot of work. Critics of Michelin are visiting places in secret and evaluate literally every little thing. This is not only the quality of the cuisine, but also the level of service, atmosphere, comfort and even the atmosphere reigning in the establishment itself. Continue reading
In 2012, sales of fast-food eateries in France amounted to 34 billion euros, according to industry consulting company Gira Conseil. As a result, fast food occupied 54% of the total catering market, having bypassed traditional restaurants for the first time. For comparison, in 2011, fast food restaurants accounted for only 40% of the market, and since 2004 this figure has grown by 74%. Continue reading
1. Try something new
Coaches claim that for personal development, you need to do something you have never done at least once a week. Gastronomy in this respect is a wide field of action, there is always something that has not eaten yet. The restaurant [tri:] has something to surprise even experienced vegetarians. Life without meat most often means Vedic traditions, but in this case the view of the kitchen is wider. Continue reading