A window on Gourmet dining around the world
The Michelin Guide continued to widen its reach and by 1911, the guide covered the whole of Europe.
In 2006, the collection crossed the Atlantic, awarding stars to 39 restaurants in New York. In 2007 and 2008, the guide moved on to San Francisco, Los Angeles and Las Vegas, and in 2011 it was turn of Chicago to have its own Michelin guide.
In November 2007, the guide took its first step in Asia: in recognition of the excellence of Japanese cuisine, stars rained down on Tokyo, which was gripped by culinary fever! A guide to Kyoto, Kobe, Osaka and Nara followed, with Yokohama and Shonan then joining Tokyo.
Hong Kong and Macau arrived in 2009, putting the Red Guide firmly on the map in the Far East. In 2016 the expansion continued, with the publication of guides to Singapore, Seoul and Shanghai. Today, the collection covers 28 titles in 26 countries, with over 30 million copies sold in a century.