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Michelin Guide 2017 Includes Imperial Treasure, Garibaldi, And Cheek By Jowl

29th June 2017

Michelin Guide 2017 includes 11 newly awarded restaurants

Michelin 2017 - odette
Odette received two stars in this year’s Michelin Guide.

The bulk of this year’s list of Bib Gourmand restaurants is made up of the same spots as last year’s inaugural list, so we were expecting the Michelin Guide 2017 to be same same but different compared to the Michelin Guide 2016 too.

Well, in the list that just came out, 11 new names were awarded one Michelin star, and two restaurants – Forest 森 and Terra – dropped out of this year’s guide. The rest are pretty much the same as last year’s, with Waku Ghin getting two stars instead of one this time. 

Here are all the restaurants that were awarded tonight, with the newcomers in bold.

Restaurants with one Michelin star

  1. Alma by Juan Amador, modern European
  2. Beni, modern French
  3. Braci, Italian
  4. Candlenut, Peranakan
  5. Cheek By Jowl, modern Australian
  6. Chef Kang’s Kitchen, Chinese (Cantonese)
  7. Corner House, contemporary
  8. Crystal Jade Golden Palace, Chinese
  9. Cut, Steakhouse
  10. Garibaldi, Italian
  11. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, street food
  12. Iggy’s, modern European
  13. Jaan, modern French
  14. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine, Chinese (Teochew)
  15. Labyrinth, modern Singaporean
  16. Lei Garden, Chinese
  17. Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle, street food
  18. Meta, French-Asian
  19. Osia, modern Australian
  20. Putien (Kitchener Road), Chinese (Fujian)
  21. Rhubarb, French
  22. Saint Pierre, modern French
  23. Shinji by Kanesaka (Carlton Hotel), Japanese
  24. Shinji by Kanesaka (St. Regis), Japanese
  25. Summer Palace, Chinese (Cantonese)
  26. Summer Pavilion, Chinese (Cantonese)
  27. Sushi Ichi, Japanese
  28. The Kitchen at Bacchanalia, contemporary
  29. The Song of India, Indian
  30. Whitegrass, modern Australian

Restaurants with two Michelin stars

  1. L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, modern French
  2. Les Amis, French
  3. Odette, modern French
  4. Restaurant Andre, contemporary
  5. Shisen Hanten, Chinese (Sichuan)
  6. Shoukouwa, Japanese
  7. Waku Ghin (received one star in the Michelin Guide 2016). Japanese

Restaurant with three Michelin stars

  1. Joel Robuchon, modern French

Surprisingly, Burnt Ends and Tippling Club, which are both on the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017 list, are still not featured. There are unfortunately no new hawker names either. Let us know if you agree with the list and if you think a certain restaurant or hawker stall should have been mentioned!


Featured image adapted from Instagram user @smoque.sg‘s post.

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