What sounds like a dream job is on the market. Michelin, the guidebook that offers coveted stars to some of the world’s best restaurants, is hiring new inspectors in North America.
But the job isn’t for the casual food fan. The posting requires candidates to have “10+ years’ of experience in hotel, restaurant or other relevant industry,” plus “Extensive international knowledge of ingredients, culinary techniques, cuisines, and culinary fundamentals.” Inspectors are required to eat at least 275 restaurant meals a year and are often asked to travel up to three weeks out of the month.
Source: Tasting Table / Images: @michelininspectors Instagram