Michelin Has Chosen October 06 2014
Michelin, the European tire maker who publishes the world's most recognized guide for dining out, unveiled its 2015 list of New York's best restaurants. The notoriously anonymous inspectors made their decision.
The oldest and best-known hotel and restaurant reference guide rates the culinary establishments in the following way:
One star "a very good restaurant in its category"
Two stars "excellent cuisine, worth a detour"
Three stars "exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey"
Restaurants that reached the highest ranking, three Stars
Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare (Map)
A meal today goes for $225 per person before wine, tax or tip, and that hardly seems enough. In the pursuit of perfection, there is nothing Chef Ramirez won't do. (GQ)
Eleven Madison Park (Map)
We love the beauty of it all: the Art Deco room, the windows overlooking the park, the exquisite food, the impeccable service, and the surrounding scene of classy New Yorkers. (ThePurplePassport.Com)
Perfect fine dining. Polished, yet relaxed. Jean George changed American cuisine with his use of acid and spice. -Seth Caro, Top Chef Just Desserts
Le Bernardin (Map)
You cannot get a mediocre meal, or even a mediocre dish, in Eric Ripert’s shrine to seafood—No one understands fish and fish cookery better. (GourmetLive)
“Better sushi than in Tokyo…pricy, but good.” – Anthony Bourdain. (Travel Channel)
Per Se (Map)
The menus are unique daily, so if you're fortunate enough to experience Per Se on multiple occasions, you'll never have quite the same meal twice. Oh and that view of Central Park doesn't hurt either. (Gothamist)