Tasting menu consists of 3-10 courses. It can include several appetizers, main courses, and desserts. Almost always it is offered by a restaurant listed on the Michelin guide. As there are more courses, the portions are smaller. The dishes on the tasting menu are often predetermined and cannot be changed. However, sometimes it is possible to choose from two or three options for a particular dish (meat, fish, vegetarian). The tasting menu can also be “blind”, where the guest does not know in advance what they will receive. The selection of dishes then depends solely on the chef. Tasting menu is often offered with wine pairing.