Prestigious international restaurant guide Gault & Millau will soon be available in Croatia.
“Luxury lies not in price, but in quality” is the motto behind the Gault & Millau brand and their famous chef’s hats are marks of prestigious restaurants.
Gault & Millau will be the first independent international restaurant guide available in Croatia.
Founded in 1962 by Christian Millau, who passed away recently, and Henri Gault, the brand soon became one of the top global references for restaurants and hotels. The two gastro critics started publishing a series of gastro articles on the restaurant offer in Paris almost 60 years, thus creating the famous guide, which is now present in more than 20 countries worldwide.
Gault & Millau is one of the three most influential international guides in the world of gastronomy, and it’s famous for its chef’s hats that they use to rate restaurants. The rating system is the same for all countries, and restaurants that do not meet the Gault & Millau standards are also included in the guide, but without one to five hats, which is their rating system.
Guided by their wish to be directly involved in the Croatian restaurant scene, Gault & Millau will be rating Croatian restaurants, wines and gastro products on a yearly basis, presenting them to the Croatian and international public.
The publishers will cooperate with the Ministry of Tourism in promoting Croatia as a top wine & gourmet destination. Tourism Minister Gari Cappelli, Secretary of State for Tourism Tonči Glavina and head of Global PR Service at the Croatian National Tourism Board Natalia Jerković met with Gault & Millau CEO, Côme de Chérisey and the company’s director for Croatia, Ingrid Badurina Danielsson to discuss current activities by Gault & Millau.
The Croatian edition of the guidebook will be launched in summer 2018, together with the mobile app and website, in cooperation with Laniva, Gault & Millau’s exclusive partner in Croatia.
Gault & Millau is unique because it discovers new talents on the ever changing contemporary gourmet scene. The company’s value lies in its independence and international networking. Expert and anonymous inspectors from Gault & Millau apply the same methodology and criteria all over the world and rate restaurants of all price ranges, which will be the case in Croatia as well.