The Michelin Bib Gourmand status marks good-quality restaurants that offer affordable dishes. The Bohemian Spirit restaurant in New York, which offers Czech specialties, is now on the list of more than 100 restaurants where, according to Michelin inspectors, people can eat well and not spend their fortune. The list of restaurants that received Bib Gourmand status was published before the overall rating was declassified. The accompanying Michelin guide will be released next week.
In New York, there are currently 55 restaurants with one Michelin star, 14 restaurants with two stars and five restaurants with the highest possible three-star rating. International cuisines are appreciated in New York as there is plenty of Japanese, Mexican, French, Italian and Korean restaurants with Michelin star.
However, local specialties are often offered on menus at high prices above 100 USD. Bohemian Spirit restaurant offers low prices compared to other New York restaurants. For instance, appetizers, soups, and desserts cost about 9 USD each, while veal fillet with potato salad costs 24 USD. This year, four Prague restaurants also received the Bib Gourmand symbol in the Czech Republic.