Anyone been through this accolade that care to share what inspectors are looking for in terms of service & food?
According to their website Bib Gourmand is described as "good cuisine at a reasonable price in a variety of comfort categories.
Defined as “Inspectors’ Favorites for Good Value,” Bib Gourmand
restaurants offer two courses and a glass of wine or dessert for $35 (approx £30) or
less (tax and gratuity not included), and are often of most value to a
city’s residents, who regularly dine in neighborhood restaurants." It also has the under €29 (approx £25) category.
You can get an idea of what establishment hold Bibs here >
I hope that helps answer your question.