“The woman took a seat at one of the tables in the center of the room. She wore a light-blue dress with a high neckline, little makeup, and no jewelry. There was nothing remarkable about her appearance, and her demeanor was quiet and unassuming, as if designed to deflect attention—a trait indispensable for her profession.” John Colapinto in The New Yorker: Lunch with M. Undercover with a Michelin inspector.

+ Used Car Dealership in Tottori Recognized by the Michelin Guide for its Ramen. (What the pho?)