Michelin Guide L.A. Given The Gold(en) Raspberry

Before we leave the Michelin Guides for good (or at least for another year), we thought you might like Jonathon Gold’s not-so-kind take on the Los Angeles Guide and how wrong-headed he thinks some of the ratings are.

The difference between Los Angeles and Vegas is that L.A. has ten million people, has been a thriving metropolis for 150 years, and only twenty-one starred establishments, whereas Vegas has two million people, a culinary scene for less than ten years, and seventeen of the little gems. We’re happy just to have the attention, and L.A. (food writers) want to fuss and fume over such things.

Here is his article, thanks to Lesley Balla and all the good folks at www.eaterla.com.