The Michelin guide was published in France in 1900 to help drivers know which restaurants to choose the best restaurant. The current three-star system was later adopted in 1931. According to the Guardian's guide summary, "One star means a very good restaurant, Two stars mean cuisine worthy of a detour, Three stars mean a kitchen exceptional which is worth a special trip. Each of these starred restaurants in France will be worth the next time you seek a culinary experience in Europe. What does it take to win a Michelin star in France? We are about to know it!