Longing for a gourmet experience in a foreign land ? Michelin the which awards the Michelin stars for restaurants and hotels is now arranging tours for folks interested in culinary journeys. Their website says :
Michelin Food & Travel experiences are wholly customizable itineraries that cater to your individual wants and needs, and we deliver them with the highest level of service. Our goal is to make you feel like our only traveller from the time you pick up the phone until you return home, satiated and satisfied. We introduce you to some of the world's most celebrated gourmands; the Michelin starred chef has proven him or herself through years of training and practice, discovering new ingredients and simple trial and error. We will bring you up close and personal with these chefs, to learn what makes them tick, and perhaps secure a trade secret here and there.
According to the Independent ( a UK paper) : The initial program has launched in France, although destinations in Italy, England and wider Europe and Asia are expected to be added shortly.
I want to have DC culinary tour for folks visiting DC with one new locale every day? What restaurants would you suggest for out of towners?