• Only 10 guests can eat at this Michelin-starred restaurant per night, where a meal costs $600 and the dining room is transformed by high-tech lights, sounds, and scents throughout the evening

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

    A restaurant in China only accepts 10 guests per night and offers a multi-sensory, high-tech dining experience through a combination of lighting, projections, sounds, scents, and of course, food.
    The 20-course meal at Ultraviolet in Shanghai will cost you between about $600 and $860.
    It's notoriously difficult to get a reservation at the restaurant, which has three Michelin stars .
    An avant-garde restaurant in Shanghai offers an immersive, multi-sensory experience to only 10 diners per night.
    Ultraviolet, opened in 2012 by French chef Paul Pairet, claims to be the first experimental...
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  • This is the difference between one, two, and three Michelin-starred restaurants

    This is the difference between one, two, and three Michelin-starred restaurants

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

    Being awarded three Michelin stars is the highest accolade a restaurant can receive.
    The Michelin Guide is famously secretive about how it decides which restaurants deserve stars and how many.
    Essentially, it comes down to whether the food is good enough to warrant going out of your way to pay the restaurant a visit.
    For a restaurateur, there is no greater accolade than being awarded a prestigious Michelin star.
    Well, except for being awarded two or, the top award, three.
    The Michelin Guide is, in the eyes of many, a fine dining bible. However, when it was launched by tire company Michelin...
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