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In 2009, The New Yorker said, “Michelin has gone to extraordinary lengths to maintain the anonymity of its inspectors. Many of the company’s top executives have never met an inspector; inspectors themselves are advised not to disclose their line of work, even to their parents (who might be tempted to boast about it); and, in all the years that it has been putting out the guide, Michelin has refused to allow its inspectors to speak to journalists. The inspectors write reports that are distilled, in annual “stars meetings” at the guide’s various national offices, into the ranking of three stars, two stars, or one star—or no stars. (Establishments that Michelin deems unworthy of a visit are not included in the guide.)
You will enjoy gourmet adventure in luxurious style (with business class and top hotels). They will stay in the magnificent facilities of five-star hotels including: Trump International (New York); Conrad (Tokyo): Hotel De Paris (Monte Carlo) and Claridges (London).
A donation of £1,500 ($2388.30 US Dollar) will be made to charity The Prince’s Trust, that helps change young lives, once the trip is purchased.
The cost includes organization of: travel, accommodation and restaurant reservations; and costs of flights; hotel rooms and meals at the Michelin restaurants. The meal costs have been estimated at an average of £250 ($400 US Dollar) / head including house wine. You will pay the restaurants directly and the meal cost will obviously depend upon what has been ordered. So, who’s in?