Michelin Ratings come to Los Angeles

Michelin Ratings come to Los Angeles

richele
Nov 13, 2007
Though we're sort of stepping on our big sister's toes over at The Kitchen, It's a big week for Los Angeles with the first ever Michelin Rating guide coming to the city of angels. The Michelin Guide ratings 1-3 stars have long been used in Europe where you ain't nothin' with out your stars. Whether or not you like you are a full blown foodie, or just like to treat yourself to a nice meal once in a while The Michelin Guide could lead you to a new place you've never been or reinforced a desire to go to a place you've long heard of. Sadly, we didn't get any three stars, but sometimes it's good to aspire to something greater. What the stars mean: One star: "A very good restaurant in its category" Two stars: "Excellent cooking and worth a detour" Three stars: "Exceptional cuisine and worth the journey" LOS ANGELES Two-star restaurants Mélisse, Santa Monica Spago, Beverly Hills Urasawa, Beverly Hills One-star restaurants Asanebo, Studio City Cut, Beverly Hills Joe's, Venice La Botte, Santa Monica Matsuhisa, Beverly Hills Mori Sushi, West Los Angeles Ortolan, Los Angeles Patina, Los Angeles Providence, Los Angeles Ritz-Carlton Huntington Dining Room, Pasadena Saddle Peak Lodge, Calabasas Sona, West Hollywood Trattoria Tre Venezie, Pasadena Valentino, Santa Monica Water Grill, Los Angeles Via Eater LA
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