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Ghidul Michelin

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Michelin a publicat prima editie a a cestui ghid in 1900. Ghidul era menit sa vina in ajutorul automobilistilor care calatoreau in Franta. Continea informatii despre locurile de cazare, service-uri auto, furnizori de combustibil si desigur locuri unde se poate lua masa De la prima lansare si pana in 1920 acest ghid se distribuia in mod gratuit, dar apoi fratii Michelin au decis sa ceara bani pentru cumpararea acestui ghid - din dorinta, spuneau ei, de a castiga credibilitate. Notarea restaurantelor cu stele se face de la inceputul anilor '30. Initial ghidul avea culoare albastra, dar din 1931 si pana in prezent acesta are culoare rosie. La inceput ghidul era doar pentru Franta, dar apoi treptat au fost redactate astfel de carti si pentru alte tari europene. Anul trecut ghidul Michelin a fost editat pentru 11 tari europene, dar si in tari din Asia ori America. Ghiduri Michelin se publica separat si pentru marile orase cum ar fi Paris, Londra, Tokyo, New York, Las Vegas si altele. Orasul care are cele mai multe stele Michelin acordate restaurantelor este Tokyo. Restaurantele din capitala Japoneza totalizand peste 200 de stele. Tara cu cele mai multe restaurante de trei stele Michelin ramane insa Franta – avand 26 din totalul celor 81 de restaurante cu trei stele Michelin din lume. Aceasta distinctie acordandu-se extrem de rar.

Cum se acorda stelele si ce inseamna ele?

Semnificatia acordata stelelor este urmatoarea : Obiecticele marcate cu trei stele inseamna „merita sa calatoresti pana la ele”, cele cu doua stele - „merita sa ocolesti pentru a ajunge la ele", iar cele cu o stea sunt considerate „interesante". In ghid mai sunt mentionate si alte restaurante care nu au nicio stea, insa simpla mentionare in acest ghid reprezinta deja o distinctie cu care restaurantele se mandresc foarte tare. Mai exista si…...

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