It's not long now until the unveiling of this year's make or break Michelin stars in Britain and Ireland.
The latest edition of the world famous guide is out to buy on the 26 January and as of midnight tonight this year's ratings go live on the Michelin website.
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Tomorrow there will be for the first time a dedicated London Guide published alongside the traditional Britain and Ireland book.
Although it's thought no new three-star ratings will be given away in 2007, restaurants tipped for greatness include David and Helen Everitt-Matthias' Le Champignon Sauvage in Cheltenham, which should become the country's fourth three-Michelin-starred restaurant at some point in the future.
The Vineyard at Stockcross under executive chef John Campbell's culinary direction, as well as London's Greenhouse and Gordon Ramsay's Pétrus under Marcus Wareing, are all fancied to receive their second stars.
Newcomers to be awarded their first star in this year's ratings will most likely include Chris Galvin's Galvin at Windows at London's Hilton on Park Lane hotel and celebrated French chef Joël Robuchon's first London restaurant L'Atelier in the West End.
Another addition to Michelin's hall of fame could be Anthony Demetre and Will Smith's amazingly successful Soho venture Arbutus, which has been wowing the critics since opening last May.
By Chris Druce and Kerstin Kühn