COUNTRY STARS: Where are the highest-rated Michelin star restaurants
When it comes to choosing a destination to visit on holiday, local cuisine and restaurants are one of the most important things to consider for food-loving travellers. But where are the best countries to visit based on their quality of restaurants?
The study by money.co.uk analysed Tripadvisor reviews and set menu costs for three-starred Michelin restaurants to reveal the highest-rated Michelin star restaurants in the world.
The highest-rated Michelin starred restaurants in the WorldThe Michelin star restaurant ranking in first place being highest-rated is the Frantzén in Stockholm, Sweden. Run by head chef Björn Frantzén, the Frantzén restaurant has the best Tripadvisor ratings, with 98.25% of ratings describing the restaurant as ‘excellent’ or ‘very good’ and a total number of 171 reviews.
Taking second place is the King’s Joy Restaurant in Beijing, China, with 96.81% of reviews being positive. The restaurant run by Gary Yin has a total of 1381 reviews on Tripadvisor and also ranks in first place as the best value Michelin star restaurant.
Régis et Jacques Marcon takes third place, with 96.5% of its reviews being either ‘excellent’ or ‘very good’. The restaurant run by Régis and Jacques Marcon receives 1103 reviews on Tripadvisor.
Further study findings:
• The best value Michelin star restaurant is the King’s Joy in Beijing, China. The restaurant has an overall value score of 9.96 out of 10.
• In first place again, this time for the cheapest Michelin star restaurant is the King’s Joy. The restaurant run by Gary Yin has a set menu price of £83 making it the cheapest in the rankings.
You can view the full research by clicking HERE
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First published at Travel Industry Today