Michelin Halal Eateries
The Michelin Guides are a series of guidebooks published by the French tyre company Michelin.
Restaurants that receive Michelin stars are considered to be among the best in the world, and receiving even one Michelin star can significantly boost a restaurant's reputation and business. The rigorous process for awarding Michelin stars involves anonymous inspections by trained Michelin inspectors who visit restaurants multiple times and evaluate every aspect of the dining experience. The criteria for receiving Michelin stars are strict, and only a small percentage of restaurants worldwide are awarded one, two, or three stars.
Overall, the Michelin Guide is respected because it has a long history of impartiality, integrity, and excellence. Its reputation as a guide to the finest dining experiences has helped it become one of the most influential and widely respected culinary authorities in the world.
The guide awards up to 3 Michelin stars for excellence to a select few establishments.
Awarded to establishments that symbolise excellence in sustainable gastronomy.
Awarded to establishments that offer exceptionally good food at moderate prices.
Awarded to establishments that simply serve good food.