I ‘ve never actually seen one of the famous Michelin guides (to fine restaurants and other similar topics) “ but I know Gordon Ramsay talks them up lots when he ‘s doing his restaurant makeovers and they ‘ve got a big reputation in Europe. You can check out their Wikipedia description HERE.
Now they are coming to the iPhone it seems “ with two apps freshly released over the last few days: MICHELIN Guide Restaurants (France) and MICHELIN Guide Restaurants (Europe).
Judging by those app names, there will be more to come in this series “ perhaps depending on whether anyone can afford, or feel happy paying for, these first two “ which are priced at $9.99 (for the France guide) and $18.99 for the ‘Europe ‘ app.
At those prices I ‘d want the app to whip me up a quick sampler of the fine meals it covers and keep the wine glass full along the way. So I don ‘t think these will be my intro to fine dining.
If you ‘re a huge Michelin fan and feel happier than me about the pricing of these apps, you can find them in the App Store now
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