Acclaimed New York-based French chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten will be opening a new culinary establishment at London’s Connaught hotel next spring.
The Spanish chef is set to open the doors to StreetXO in London at the end of the month.
The Michelin Guide Kyoto Osaka 2017 makes some surprising inclusions, including Cajun and Pakistani cuisines, bringing the total cuisines in the book to 32.
The latest celebrity business venture comes from Scarlett Johansson, who is opening a gourmet popcorn shop at the Marais district of Paris.
For 2017, the event will be moving to Melbourne, Australia as part of its international outreach.
In a country famous for its elaborate tea traditions, the Japanese are increasingly turning to coffee as a quick-fix to help ease the daily grind.
The Michelin Guide heads to Washington DC for the first time to bestow the coveted star rating on the American capital.
There is a low, growing buzz in the food world that is taking notice of the large culinary talent coming out of Iceland, whose population numbers 332,000.
The legacy of chef Benoît Violier survives intact as the Michelin Guide awards his restaurant its old three-star rating.
Fat Duck by Heston Blumenthal wins three Michelin stars after a year long hiatus.
For the third consecutive year, Chef Virgilio Martinez’s Central restaurant, Lima, Peru is honored as Latin America’s Best Restaurant.
This stunning two-story restaurant served in a former life as England’s first purpose-built gym and helped host London’s first National Olympic Games in 1866.
Another 21 properties and restaurants will be able to hang the coveted fleur de lys symbol, designating membership to the group.
The northern Italian city Turin will be hosting the slow food fair this weekend.
A Shanghai restaurant has closed down just a day after being awarded a coveted star in the Michelin guide’s first mainland Chinese edition.
Those looking to pick up a pro-level skill or two during Fête de la Gastronomie can head to Taillevent for a few culinary lessons.
Unlike other Asian editions where the inclusion of street food causes controversy, this Shanghai edition of the Michelin Guide stays focused on restaurants.
Chef Christian Le Squer, who added a third Michelin star for Le Cinq at the Four Seasons George V in Paris, has been voted chef of the year by his peers.
A Singapore food hawker who was awarded one Michelin star in July is seeking an international expansion deal he hopes can bring him at least $1.47 million.
The Michelin Guide will kick off an updated series of star-showered editions from September 21, with its first guide to the finest dining options in Shanghai.