MICHELIN 2 STARRED

A "Michelin Star" is a hallmark of fine dining quality at restaurants around the world. The Michelin tire company launched its first guidebook to encourage road tripping in France in 1900 and began sending out anonymous restaurant reviewers to try restaurants in 1926. Michelin awards 1 to 3 stars on the basis of those anonymous reviews. A 2 Star restaurant is a restaurant worth a detour, indicating excellent cuisine and skillfully and carefully crafted dishes of outstanding quality.

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Akrame
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Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée
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Amber
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Aponiente
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Atelier Crenn
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D.O.M.
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Dinner by Heston Blumenthal
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Hotel Le Chabichou
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L’Oasis
La Mere Brazier
Jacques Scallops
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Ledbury
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Mirazur
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Momofuku Ko
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Mugaritz
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Narisawa
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Sat Bains
Restaurant Tim Raue
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Restaurante Vila Joya
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Ristorante la Madia
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Steirereck
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Taillevent
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The Tasting Room