You get what you pay for

Many of us approach dining at a Michelin-starred restaurant as almost a religious sabbatical.   Our best trousers and dresses, shoes shined, hair recently coiffed, we cross the hallowed threshold into a world of inconceivable bliss.  And, the next thing you know, the entire month’s paycheck is accounted for.

Well, it’s time to wake up.  It turns that out modern Michelin chefs are very much plugged into what the market desires.

The Michelin guide awards restaurants stars for fine dining. But that doesn’t mean it has to cost a fortune to eat fine food. Top Dollar has identified the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant in every country (based on a 3-course-meal) and the cheapest 100 overall. Here’s where to eat out if you don’t fancy bourguignon tonight.

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