When hearing the word “Michelin”, you might imagine the most glamorous venue with sophisticated tiny portions and waiters, who must have attended the army. Or, if you are anything like me, you may think of the Disney animated movie Ratatouille and Ego’s displeased pursed lips when he tastes the food. Whatever it might be, “Michelin” asks for a fair association with status, quality, and excellence – similarly to Oscars and Grammy. In 2020, two Czech restaurants were included in the Michelin guide of star-holders – Field for the third year and La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise for about the 10th year. Michelin Red Guide comes out every year listing restaurants which must leave an unforgettable impression, awarding up to 3 starsRead more.