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Michelin Ratings

October 6, 2013

Michelin, the French Culinary Guide has included sixty-seven New York City restaurants on its 2014 edition. This is the most since the Guide first published its New York City edition in 2005. Michelin uses five criteria to judge a restaurant; preparation and flavors, product quality, value for the money, consistency over time and across the menu, and how the chef’s personality is revealed through the food.

The seven three-star restaurants that were on last year’s list retained their stars:

Brooklyn
Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare – 200 Schermerhorn Street

Manhattan
Daniel – 60 East 65th Street
Eleven Madison Park – 11 Madison Avenue
Jean-Georges – 1 Central Park West
Le Bernardin – 155 West 51st Street
Masa -10 Columbus Circle – The Shops at Columbus Circle
Per Se – 10 Columbus Circle – The Shops at Columbus Circle

The following restaurants earned a first star:

Aska – 90 Wythe Avenue Brooklyn
Babbo – 110 Waverly Place – West Village
Carbone – 181 Thompson Street – West Village
Caviar Russe – 538 Madison Avenue – 54th Street – Midtown
Ichimura at brushstroke – 30 Hudson Street – Tribeca
Le Restaurant at All Good Things – 102 Franklin Street – Tribeca
Lincoln – 142 West 65th Street – Between Broadway and Amsterdam – Upper West Side
The Musket Room – 265 Elizabeth Street – Between Prince and Houston Street – Nolita
Telepan – 72 West 69th Street Between CPW and Columbus – Upper West Side

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