Hong Kong and Macau are the 26th edition of the Michelin Red Guide Series, while China is the 23rd country covered by the Michelin Red Guide.
The first edition of the Michelin Red Guide Hong Kong and Macau 2009 included the best restaurants and hotels in Hong Kong and Macau in terms of price and comfort. In Hong Kong, there were 202 restaurants, including 169 restaurants and 33 restaurants. Hotel; Macau has 49, including 33 restaurants and 16 hotels.
This guide is published bilingually in both English and Traditional Chinese. Two 3 star restaurants, 8 two-star restaurants and 18 one-star restaurants were awarded.
Michelin's evaluation of the restaurant's star rating reflects "food in the dish." Restaurants that can earn one or more stars are not only one of the best restaurants in their country or city, but also one of the best in the world.
One star represents a very good restaurant in the same category;
Two stars represent outstanding dishes and are worth detouring;
Three stars represent outstanding dishes and are worth a special trip.
Like the Michelin Red Guide covering the other 22 countries, the awarding of stars in the Michelin Red Guide Hong Kong Macau 2009 is based on the same five criteria, including the quality of raw materials, the skill level and taste of food preparation. The chefâ€™s level of innovation, value for money, and consistency in cooking standards ensure that the selection is consistent and consistent. These standards apply to all kinds of dishes, including Chinese food (noodles, dim sum, Cantonese cuisine, etc.).
The Michelin Red Guide is famous for its authoritative star rating, but restaurants that earn stars only account for 10% of all restaurants. The Michelin Red Guide is able to achieve outstanding sales of over 12 million copies sold in about 100 countries around the world, thanks to its diverse choices and its insistence on introducing readers to restaurants that provide a quality dining experience at a reasonable price. . The best of these restaurants will also receive the title of Big Value Restaurant (Bib Gourmand). The "Michelin Red Guide to Hong Kong Macau 2009" contains a total of 26 value-added restaurants (24 in Hong Kong and 2 in Macau). The three-course menu they offer is under HK$300.
Being able to be included in the Michelin Red Guide itself has already represented high quality because only the best restaurants or hotels at different price points and comfort levels will be selected.
The "Michelin Red Guide Hong Kong Macau 2009" introduces about 30 different types of dishes, nearly half of which are Chinese foods (eg, noodles, dim sum, Cantonese cuisine, etc.), which also reflects the diversity of types of restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau. Features.
In the â€œMichelin Red Guide Hong Kong Macau 2009â€, each restaurant introduced will be presented in a full-page space, with two pictures, while the hotel uses two full pages and four pictures. Some of these hotels are called â€œMetropolises in the City,â€ because there are various types of restaurants, various shops, and guest services. This guide has also added an icon to serve authentic gourmet restaurants.
The Michelin Red Guide has become an international benchmark in the food and beverage industry due to the implementation of independent, objective and standardized selection processes throughout the world. The selection process was carried out by an anonymous â€œfood detectiveâ€ who were experienced professionals in the hotel management industry and were Michelin employees. When they are evaluating restaurants and hotels, they must pay their bills in full. They have come to Hong Kong and Macau since the end of last year to conduct a completely independent review. They visited many restaurants in the two places anonymously and stayed in different hotels to assess the quality and consistency of their food and services. The â€œFood Detectiveâ€ pre-selected about 1,200 restaurants and hotels. After more than one year of anonymous visits and tastings, the restaurant finally selected 202 restaurants and hotels in Hong Kong and 49 restaurants and hotels in Macau.
The Michelin Red Guide for the English and Traditional Chinese bilingual editions of the "Michelin Red Guide to Hong Kong and Macao 2009" volume will be publicly available on December 5 in Hong Kong and Macau and throughout Southeast Asia at a price of HK$168. There are also 3,000 limited edition packages that will also be on sale at a price of HK$280.
The Director of the Michelin Red Guide, Jean-Luc Naret, will be on December 5 from 2:30 to 3:30 in Central HMV, and at 6:00 PM in the Metropolis of Kowloon. On December 6th, from 2:30 to 3:30 in the afternoon, Kelly & Walsh at Pacific Place in Admiralty held a signing sale for the "Michelin Red Guide Hong Kong Macau 2009".
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