On Monday morning, the Michelin guide unveiled its 2014 list of stars for France, which includes 27 three-star gastronomic temples. But where can these be found? As has been done in past years, today Eater takes a look at the Michelin three-star restaurants of France, from Paris to Marseille and everything in between.
Listed in alphabetical order, these establishments include restaurants that have been passed through families for generations (Auberge de L'Ill, Maison Troisgros, Maison Lameloise) as well as eponymous restaurants from France's culinary legends (Bras, Paul Bocuse, Pierre Gagnaire, Guy Savoy). Speaking of legends, Alain Ducasse appears here twice (his previous Parisian three-star Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée is closed for a remodel and is not listed) with Le Louis XV and Le Meurice. Meanwhile, Anne-Sophie Pic remains the only woman with three Michelin stars in France at Maison Pic, and Arnaud Lallement joins the circle of celebrated three-star chefs with the (leaked) addition of L'Assiette Champenoise. Here now, the Michelin three-star restaurants of France: