Aiming To Recognize Gastronomic Talent, The Michelin Guide Ventures To Dubai For Exciting Cuisine This Summer
Food is a gift that God has bestowed upon us on this planet. It makes us feel alive, and nothing gives the soul more joy than eating! Aside from the delightful flavor that makes us feel good, food connects people from different cultures and sparks discussions about heritage and diversity. Food is very important to us in the Middle East, as we appreciate the different cuisines that make us unique. Many countries in the region have been attempting to attract many restaurants in order to provide a diversified choice of cuisines to their citizens and visitors, as well as to embrace their diverse cultures. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is well-known around the world for its exquisite restaurants, which serve delicious cuisines from around the globe. This is in an effort to unite the country’s varied demographics and transcend cultural divides.
Thereby, The Michelin Guide will release a Dubai edition in June 2022. But wait a minute, what exactly is The Michelin Guide? Since 1904, the French tire company Michelin has released a series of guide books. A select few places receive up to three Michelin stars for quality, according to the Guide. The addition or removal of a star can have a significant impact on a restaurant’s success. As a result, the quality of food served in Dubai city restaurants will be graded on a scale of zero to three stars based on five factors. Those factors include the quality of the ingredients, the mastery of cooking, the harmony of flavors, the personality of the chef, and the consistency both over time and across the entire menu.
During the press conference of the event, Gwendal Poullennec, international director of the Michelin Guides claimed:
We are delighted to announce that Dubai will be joining the Michelin Guide family. Our team of inspectors is already in the field, to prepare the first selection of restaurants, which will be revealed in June.Gwendal Poullennec via Khaleej Times
Imagine the strain in the kitchen as depicted in the film Burnt, when the chef is sweating and everyone is hurrying to serve their best meals and impress the inspectors!