The Michelin Guide’s selection worldwide
- Two new titles in 2018: Taipei and Guangzhou
The MICHELIN Guide is such an icon of global popular culture that our food and restaurants page has 350,000 fans in China, even though there is no dedicated Guide on the country.
Many countries and regions hope to feature in their own edition, and we help them learn to promote their culinary heritage. How? After a series of diagnostic and consulting trips, we offer them the opportunity to have a select set of outstanding restaurants featured on the Guide's website.
With paper Guides, smartphone and tablet apps, websites and social media, Michelin has the right resource for any situation.
- 40 million seats reserved in 2017 on BookaTable by Michelin
Our selection of the best spots is also available online with the MICHELIN app, which can be used to book a table in just a few clicks. We have become Europe's top online reservations provider, thanks to our 2015 partnership with British website BookaTable. This service is also designed for restaurateurs, who enjoy access to a table management system that can boost their seating capacity.
The Fooding Guide
Since 2000, the Fooding Guide has helped readers find great new restaurants and trendy bars with its whimsical approach to gastronomy. That approach is the perfect complement to the Michelin Guide, a realization that led the Group to invest in it.
Robert Parker Wine Advocate
Since 1978, American Robert Parker has helped wine lovers find the best vintages. Over the years, his guide, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, has become the international standard for wine criticism, with a rating system scored from 50 to 100. By acquiring a stake in the Robert Parker guide, Michelin is strengthening its position on the fine foods market, particularly in North American and Asia.