Nearly 100 years ago, a tire company launched a travel guide that would forever change the restaurant industry’s ambitions.
Introduced in 1931, the Michelin guide’s original intent was to get motorists to explore France (and use more tires). Restaurants were scored on a zero to three star rating. Today, the Michelin star is one of the most coveted awards in the restaurant industry.
How do you get a Michelin star? By providing consistent, high quality food with a world-class experience.
As an educator, I often find myself looking for sources of inspiration from elsewhere. Here’s how you can use principles from award-winning restaurants to elevate the course experience.