Our expert knows where you can enjoy affordable, Michelin-starred food.
let’s do lunch!
The rule for keeping down the costs is not to go in the evening. A three-course meal at the Auguste in Paris only costs 37 euros at lunchtime, as opposed to 154 euros for dinner and wine.
Two courses, three stars
You’ll have to pay a little more at Jean Georges in New York: 58 dollars for a two-course lunch. But it’s still a good investment, as the famous gourmet restaurant boasts three Michelin stars.
As cheap as fast food
Lunch at Shinjuku Kappo Nakajima in Tokyo starts at 800 yen (roughly 6 euros). So it’s no wonder that the queues for this Michelin-starred eatery are always long. On the menu: fish, miso soup, rice and green tea.