Who Made the List? Michelin 2018

Who Made the List? Michelin 2018

The 10th and newest edition of The Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau has just been revealed. Find the full list here

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Foodie  Foodie Your Guide to Good Taste  on 30 Nov '17


The 10th edition of The Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau has just been announced. Our hearty congratulations to all the restaurants who have been awarded, both those new to the stars and those who have succeeded in retaining them.

A total of 57 one-star restaurants made the list this year, with eight newly awarded a star. Long overdue to gain a star is Arcane, with enigmatic chef Shane Osborn at the helm, our last year’s winner of the Foodie Forks Food Hero award. Tate Dining Room & Bar was considered a new addition this year despite gaining a star at last year's awards because the restaurant had moved to a new location. The Pulse’s The Ocean made the list along with new restaurant Ying Jee Club helmed by Chef Siu Hin-chi, previously of T’ang Court and Duddell’s, which may account for Duddell’s loss of a star from two to one. Sixteen two-star restaurants made the list, with no new arrivals, and similarly eight three stars were awarded, with no new additions to either category, making for a relatively subdued year.

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2018 Michelin-starred restaurants in Hong Kong

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

  • 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana
  • Bo Innovation
  • L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
  • Lung King Heen
  • Sushi Shikon
  • T’ang Court


2 Michelin stars (excellent cuisine, worth a detour)

  • Amber
  • Caprice
  • Forum
  • Kashiwaya
  • Pierre
  • Shang Palace
  • Sun Tung Lok (TST)
  • Ta Vie
  • Tenku RyuGin
  • Tin Lung Heen
  • Yan Toh Heen


1 Michelin star (high-quality cooking, worth a stop)

  • Ah Yat Harbour View
  • Akrame
  • Arcane – NEW
  • Beefbar
  • Celebrity Cuisine
  • Duddell’s
  • ÉPURE
  • Fu Ho (TST)
  • Guo Fu Lou
  • Ho Hung Kee
  • IM Teppanyaki & Wine
  • Jardin de Jade
  • Kaiseki Den by Saotome
  • Kam’s Roast Goose
  • Lei Garden (Kwun Tong, Mongkok, North Point)
  • Loaf On
  • Mandarin Grill + Bar
  • Man Wah
  • MIC Kitchen
  • Ming Court
  • ON Dining Kitchen & Lounge
  • Pang’s Kitchen
  • Peking Garden (Central)
  • Qi – House of Sichuan (Wanchai)
  • Rech by Alain Ducasse – NEW
  • Sai Kung Sing Kee
  • Serge et le phoque
  • Spring Moon
  • Summer Palace
  • Sushi Tokami
  • Sushi Wadatsumi
  • Takumi by Daisuke Mori
  • Tate Dining Room & Bar
  • The Ocean – NEW
  • Tim Ho Wan (Sham Shui Po)
  • Tosca
  • VEA Restaurant & Lounge
  • Yat Lok
  • Yat Tung Heen (Jordan)
  • Yee Tung Heen – NEW
  • Yè Shanghai (TST)
  • Ying Jee Club – NEW
  • Zhejiang Heen


2018 Michelin-starred restaurants in Macau

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

  • The Eight
  • Robuchon au Dôme


2 Michelin stars (excellent cuisine, worth a detour)

  • Feng Wei Ju
  • Golden Flower
  • Jade Dragon
  • Mizumi
  • The Tasting Room


1 Michelin star (high-quality cooking, 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


Changes for Hong Kong from 2017

New 1 Michelin star

  • Arcane
  • Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine
  • Kaiseki Den by Saotome
  • Rech by Alain Ducasse
  • Tate Dining Room & Bar (new owing to relocation)
  • The Ocean
  • Yee Tung Heen
  • Ying Jee Club


New 2 Michelin stars

  • none


New 3 Michelin stars

  • none


Who lost a star?

  • Duddell’s (2 star to 1 star)
  • Ming Court (2 star to 1 star)
  • Summer Palace (2 star to 1 star)
  • CIAK – In The Kitchen
  • Golden Valley
  • Sai Kung Sing Kee
  • Seasons
  • Tim Ho Wan (North Point)
  • Wagyu Kaiseki Den
  • Wagyu Takumi


Changes for Macau from 2017

New 1 Michelin star

  • none


New 2 Michelin stars

  • none


New 3 Michelin stars

  • none


Who lost a star?

  • Terrazza


Last month, Michelin released their Bib Gourmand selection for 2018, which is a category that signifies an affordable three-course meal worthy of recognition that does not exceed $400 per person (compared to $300 last year). You can find that list here.



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