The Mitchell Lin Guide

Re-reviews of Singapore's Michelin-rated restaurants
by JUNK
ExperimentsJune 21, 2018

In 2016, the Michelin Guide came to Singapore. But… why?

Why do we need a French tyre company to tell us whether our food is good or not? Can we really trust Michelin to be the judge of the best restaurants in our country? To knowledgeably assess the varying levels of shiokness that make up our well-beloved food scene? Why can’t we trust our own tastebuds? Our own standards? So we thought…

What if we re-review Michelin-rated food establishments?

Presenting – The Mitchell Lin Guide. With the help of some average Singaporeans, we anonymously re-reviewed a selection of Singapore’s Michelin-rated dining establishments.

First we ate, then we debated, and finally, we rated.

While the results of the Mitchell Lin rating system are not meant to be “definitive”, they are meant to offer a second opinion on all those Michelin-starred restaurants people won’t stop talking about. This time, 100% local, and 100% honest. And so we say…

 
 
Technology partner: Huawei

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