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Dubai is the first Middle Eastern city to join the “Michelin Guide” for restaurants

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Dubai has become the first city in the Middle East to join the world-famous “Michelin Guide” for restaurants, which provides recommendations for diners in various cities around the world. Each restaurant gets a star rating that starts with zero and ends with 5 stars..

And according to what was published by the news agency “Bloomberg”, quoting a statement issued by the “Michelin Guide” administration, the administration is expected to issue a guide containing reviews of Dubai restaurants, during this month..

“We want to showcase the best of Dubai’s food, not only to reflect the sophistication that the city has always been known for, but also to reflect the wide range of cuisines that the city is rich in,” said Gwendal Polnik, International Director for the Michelin Guide. Its geographical location and history.

In return, Issam Kazim, CEO of Dubai Corporation for Tourism and Commerce Marketing, said: “While Dubai includes thousands of restaurants serving a variety of cuisines, ranging in categories from fine dining to street food, as well as a large number of talented senior chefs, it will bring “A Michelin guide to the emirate offers a different perspective and new information on the diversity, creativity and multiculturalism that characterize the culinary arts of Dubai.

It is worth noting that the “Michelin Guide” is currently available at 36 international destinations in addition to Dubai.

The guide uses five criteria to classify restaurants in each city where it is located, which are: the quality of the ingredients that each restaurant uses in the dishes it serves, culinary ingenuity, consistency of taste, the chef’s ability to express his personality in the kitchen, and the stability of the list of dishes over time..



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