Next stop: Food paradise.
Hong Kong has long been referred to as the dining capital of Asia - and for good reason. The territory offers a wide array of delicious offerings that run the gamut from casual street fare to fine-dining creations by renowned local and foreign celebrity chefs. Naturally, they were our inspectors' second port-of-call in Asia for the Michelin Guide's early Asian foray.
Developed and operated by global publishing company Robert Parker Wine Advocate, the Michelin Guide Hong Kong and Macau web portal will showcase the best of the two territories’s food offerings via three interconnected channels:
- An annually updated Michelin Guide Hong Kong and Macau print guidebook and fully searchable online database containing ratings and recommendations that are solely, independently and anonymously produced by the Michelin Guide’s team of restaurant dining inspectors
- A series of exclusive culinary events fronting local and global dining establishments featured in the Michelin Guide, and highly sought after wine pairings handpicked by the Robert Parker Wine Advocate's team of esteemed wine critics
- A gourmet lifestyle editorial section that is updated daily with informative, interactive content that supports the Michelin Guide Hong Kong and Macau