What do people think of Singapore's and Shanghai's Michelin Guides?

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    I'm glad Michelin expands their guides around the world and Singapore/Shanghai seem very suitable to have their own guides, plus there was a "buzz" that Michelin could publish a Dubai guide in the future too. We find their guides very helpful and they inspire us to search out new destinations around the world, try new hotels and new restaurants alike.

    Cheers & Safe Travels. :)
     
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    I am wondering if Michelin knows 'Asian' (sic) cuisine ? as well as European
     
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    I think so, especially in the longer term.

    Cheers & Safe Travels. :)
     
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    Curious about this post as you don't seem to seek out local ethnic food and have a preference for Italian IIRC.
    When in Singapore and if interested in local cuisine, then suggest you look into the Mankansutra guide www.makansutra.com

    If you are the type of traveler that is interested in European cuisine when traveling to Asia, then stick with Michelin.
     
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