The MICHELIN Guide 4+

The best restaurants & hotels

Tablet Inc

Designed for iPad

    • Free



The MICHELIN Guide app puts the world’s best restaurants and hotels right in your pocket.

The MICHELIN Guide app is a milestone. It marks the first time in history that the entire global guide — every restaurant in every location — is all together, all in one place. The app also includes the new and improved MICHELIN Guide hotel selection. Now you can instantly book the world’s most unique and exciting hotels, each one chosen for their extraordinary style, service, and personality.

The MICHELIN Guide app makes it easier than ever to plan your next adventure or enhance your current one. Use it to quickly find and reserve restaurants and hotels near you or in a future destination; create and share lists of all your favorite places; or trial our “Plus” membership and receive free VIP upgrades and amenities at participating hotels.

Need concierge-level care? Our expert travel specialists are waiting just a click away, available to assist with any aspect of your trip. They’re real people, ready to help you go places.

So get going. Find great restaurants in each MICHELIN Guide city. Book amazing hotels wherever you find yourself. Download the app today. 

Here’s everything you can do on the MICHELIN Guide app:

• Search all MICHELIN Guide restaurants near you or by location
• Create and share lists of your favorite hotels and restaurants
• Filter by restaurants that offer takeaway or online reservations
• Get a table via Resy, Open Table, TheFork, and others (where available)
• Instantly book thousands of incredible hotels in over 130 countries
• Sign up for Plus and get VIP privileges at over a thousand hotels
• Filter hotels by amenity, style, sustainability, Plus privileges, and more
• Quickly discover restaurants and hotels near you or in a future destination

• Get dedicated expert assistance before, during, and after your trip

Stay in amazing places. Eat unforgettable meals. Take the MICHELIN Guide app wherever you go.

What’s New

Version 9.6.1

Further adjustments to the map behavior

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
5.6K Ratings

5.6K Ratings

Taylor Knapp ,

More photos, please!

This app is an excellent way to find some of the best restaurants and restaurant experiences out there. I love food pictures and being able to see what some of the offerings are at each place, as well as getting a sense for the ambience. If there is a reasonable way to get more pictures of each location that would be the cherry on top of an already great app.

ellibobelli ,

Could be so much better!

It’s the easiest way to find Michelin-recognized restaurants, but it’s barely better than a list. Stuff to add / improve: - Provide links to restaurant reservation systems. - Fix the Google Maps feature. Currently, when I click to open Google Maps, I get directions instead of a location. And the directions require a starting location (extra typing) so many clicks to find the restaurant on the map. - Allow users to add comments and pictures. - General app clunkiness / GUI issues. Search feature is lame - you can’t search by a region, only by city. Can’t sort results. Etcetera. ——— Note to commenters who complain they can’t find there fav restaurants. Michelin only covers certain areas and expanding to everywhere is EXPENSIVE as you have to pay for every meal an inspector eats. And they have to eat several times at each restaurant. This ain’t the James Beard awards which award by committee of people whose members only eat at a very small fraction of the restaurants.

Developer Response ,

Eliibobelli thanks for the feedback. A few answers for you:

• Online reservations links exist when they are provided by the restaurant. We feature more than 12 different providers worldwide. If a restaurant does not have a link present then it has not been provided by them.
• The map icon for each restaurant uses Apple maps as the default and is integrated within the app's native iOS functionality - 1 tap away. The directions icon, which you are using, allows users to choose between Google & Apple. You are tapping the directions icon which is why you are seeing that.
• Public comments and pictures from diners have not been a part of the Michelin offering historically as it is a curation but that may change in the future. The main concern here is that there is no verification that the diner has actually been to the restaurant. The hotels however only feature reviews from verified stays.
• Regions and countries are best searched currently by using the map but that will be supported in future releases.
• The Michelin Guide coverage is continually increasing, especially in the US, but we follow a rigid process that takes time. As you note, the consistency factor is an important part of the process. This does however result in areas where there is no selection.

fhhytrf ,


The Michelin app could use some more consumer friendly features. Nothing sticks. You can be researching a location for Michelin Starred restaurants in Rome and suddenly you are taken to local restaurants in New York. Leave the site for a minute and you’re taking elsewhere. Also, the app seems to be focused on restaurants all over the world which is good but I’m not interested in the new Michelin star restaurant in Dubai or Hong Kong. If I’m traveling to those countries, then I will search for the restaurants in that country. Maybe there should be a section for the newest additions but don’t push it towards someone who is searching for restaurants in other locations.

Developer Response ,

fhhytrf -
Your experience sounds a bit odd. Can you please contact us through the Profile > Feedback > App Feedback option in the app and we can explore what is happening with you.

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