Who Made the List? Michelin 2019

Who Made the List? Michelin 2019

The 11th edition of The Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau has just been revealed, with two new three-star winners. Find the full list here

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Foodie  Foodie  on 12 Dec '18


It’s that time of year again, and coinciding with the excitement of the festive season comes the announcement of the starry recipients of the latest edition of The Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau.

At the top of the Michelin mountain this year are two new three-star eateries Caprice, helmed by Chef Guillaume Galliot (long overdue in our not-so-humble opinion) and, over in Macau, fine-dining Chinese wonder Jade Dragon at City of Dreams – which both gained one star from last year.

There are also four new two-star restaurants including newly opened French-Japanese ÉCRITURE at H Queen’s, the HK outpost of Tokyo’s legendary Sushi Saito and Alain Ducasse at Morpheus in Macau. Cantonese restaurant Ying Jee Club in Central gained another star.

The six new one-star spots include another H Queen’s French-Japanese newcomer that we highly rate, Arbor, Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine, Chef Umberto Bombana’s new Italian sensation, Octavium, and Shanghainese new kid on the block Xin Rong Ji. Black Sheep Restaurants boast two one-star winners: neo-Parisian bistro BELON and – and a surprise to some, but not to Foodie – tandoori grill house New Punjab Club, which also swooped up a Best New Restaurant award at this year’s Foodie Forks. We’re thrilled to see Indian cuisine being lauded in Hong Kong.

Losing a star was Chef Akrame Benallal’s eponymous restaurant, Akrame, in Wanchai, along with the North Point branch of Lei Garden, MIC Kitchen by Bo Innovation’s Alvin Leung, Chef Philippe Orrico’s ON Dining Kitchen & Lounge, the Central branch of Peking Garden and Sing Kee Seafood Restaurant in Sai Kung. Shang Palace at Kowloon Shangri–La dropped from two stars to one.

At the end of the Michelin spectrum come the 80 Bib Gourmand restaurants, a category that signifies an affordable three-course meal worthy of recognition that does not exceed HK$400/MOP400 per person. You can find the full list here.


2019 Michelin-starred restaurants in Hong Kong

3 Michelin stars (exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey)

8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana

Bo Innovation

Caprice

L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon


Lung King Heen


Sushi Shikon


T’ang Court


• 2 Michelin stars (excellent cuisine, worth a detour)

Amber


ÉCRITURE


Forum


Kashiwaya


Pierre


Sun Tung Lok


Sushi Saito


Ta Vie


Tenku RyuGin


Tin Lung Heen


Yan Toh Heen


Ying Jee Club


• 1 Michelin star (very good restaurant, worth a stop)

Ah Yat Harbour View (TST)


Arbor


Arcane


Beefbar


BELON


Celebrity Cuisine


Duddell’s


ÉPURE


Fu Ho (TST)


Guo Fu Lou


Ho Hung Kee


Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine


IM Teppanyaki & Wine


Jardin de Jade (Wanchai)


Kaiseki Den by Saotome


Kam’s Roast Goose


Lei Garden (Kwun Tong, Mongkok)


Loaf On


Mandarin Grill + Bar


Man Wah


Ming Court


New Punjab Club


Octavium


Pang’s Kitchen


Qi – House of Sichuan (Wanchai)


Rech by Alain Ducasse


Shang Palace


Spring Moon


Summer Palace


Sushi Tokami


Sushi Wadatsumi


Takumi by Daisuke Mori


Tate Dining Room & Bar


The Ocean


Tim Ho Wan (Sham Shui Po)


Tosca


VEA Restaurant & Lounge


Xin Rong Ji


Yat Lok


Yat Tung Heen (Jordan)


Yee Tung Heen


Yè Shanghai (TST)


Zhejiang Heen


2019 Michelin-starred restaurants in Macau

3 Michelin stars (exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey)

Jade Dragon


Robuchon au Dôme


The Eight


2 Michelin stars (excellent cuisine, worth a detour)

Alain Ducasse at Morpheus


Feng Wei Ju


Golden Flower


Mizumi


The Tasting Room


1 Michelin star (very good restaurant, worth a stop)

8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana

King

Lai Heen


Pearl Dragon


Shinji by Kanesaka


The Golden Peacock


The Kitchen


Tim’s Kitchen


Wing Lei


Ying


Zi Yat Heen


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