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Here Is The Complete List Of The Michelin Guide Singapore 2023 Awardees

27th June 2023

Michelin Guide Singapore winners 2023

The Michelin Guide Singapore 2023 awards are back. Held at the PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay, the gala recognises the eateries and restaurants in Singapore that serve up some of the best fare in the country.


Michelin inspectors globally critique the eateries according to five standard criteria: the use of high-quality ingredients, mastery of cooking techniques, the personality of the chef conveyed through dishes, value for money, as well as consistency over time and across the menu.

The one-star awardees were the first to be announced at the event, of which there are 46, including 5 new entrants. These establishments are considered “very good in their category”, with consistently high standards:

  1. 28 Wilkie
  2. Alma
  3. Art di Daniele Sperindio
  4. Beni
  5. Born*
  6. Braci
  7. Buona Terra
  8. Burnt Ends
  9. Candlenut
  10. Chef Kang’s
  11. Cure
  12. CUT
  13. Esora
  14. Euphoria
  15. Hamamoto
  16. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
  17. Iggy’s
  18. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine (Orchard)
  19. Jag
  20. La Dame de Pic
  21. Labyrinth
  22. Lei Garden
  23. Lerouy
  24. Ma Cuisine
  25. Maguerite
  26. Meta
  27. Nae:um
  28. Nouri
  29. Oshino
  30. Poise*
  31. Putien (Kitchener Road)
  32. Rêve
  33. Rhubarb
  34. Seroja*
  35. Shinji by Kanesaka
  36. Shisen Hanten
  37. Sommer
  38. Summer Palace
  39. Summer Pavilion
  40. Sushi Ichi
  41. Sushi Kimura
  42. Sushi Sakuta*
  43. Table65
  44. Terra
  45. Whitegrass
  46. Willow*

This year, there’s only one hawker stall, Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, on the list.


Here are the restaurants that have been awarded two stars. They are said to serve excellent cuisine in a unique way, with dishes that are “worth a detour”:

  1. Cloudstreet
  2. Jaan by Kirk Westaway
  3. Saint Pierre
  4. Shoukouwa
  5. Thevar
  6. Waku Ghin

Rounding off the awards ceremony are this year’s three-Michelin-star restaurants: these present exceptional cuisine with dishes executed to perfection. They’re destinations “worth a special journey” to:

  1. Les Amis
  2. Odette
  3. Zén


Other than the coveted stars, this year’s gala saw the Young Chef Award go to Chef Kevin Wong of Seroja, the Service Award to Desmond Wong of Shoukouwa, the Sommelier Award to Makoto Iwabuchi of Sushi Sakuta. The first ever Green Star in Singapore, which is Michelin’s sustainability award, went to Chef Kevin Wong of Seroja, who picked up a total of three awards this year.

* = new entrants

While you’re here, check out the full Michelin Bib Gourmand 2023 list that was announced earlier in June.

Here Is The Full List Of Michelin Bib Gourmand Winners In Singapore For 2023

Photos taken by Enze Kay and edited by Melvin Mak.
This was a media invitation to the Michelin Guide 2023 Awards.

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