It’s here.

The globally renowned Michelin Guide has arrived in Canada.

Mayor John Tory announced Tuesday the dining guide, known around the world for its star-rating system, will be landing in Toronto.

Tory was joined by Café Boulud’s chef Daniel Boulud and MasterChef Canada judge and R&D co-owner Alvin Leung. Both already have Michelin-starred restaurants in other countries.

que started out as a free travel guide for French tire company’s customers more than a century ago, the Michelin guides have since become a Holy Grail for chefs. Canada will be joining more than 30 countries that have a Michelin presence.

Although Canada didn’t have a Michelin guide until now, most diners have at least heard of the prestigious rating system that starts with one star and tops out at three.

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