Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2016 – Six Restaurants Awarded 3 Michelin Stars

Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2016 – Six Restaurants Awarded 3 Michelin Stars

Every year the Hong Kong Michelin Guide gets published, there are always some kind of controversies. Other than the typical “Why is this restaurant in, and why is this out?” type of questions, this is the first time Hong Kong ‘street food’ is added to the Michelin edition. (Read: 9 Best Restaurants In Hong Kong)

Street food. 23 on the list. That includes Butchers Club popular for their Double Happiness Burgers and Duck Fat Fries and ‘Fat Boy’ 第三代肥仔小食店 selling pig intestines on sticks. Now with the Michelin-honours.

No major surprises for the 3-star category, except the addition of T’ang Court at Langham, which will share the limelight with Lung King Keen as the only Chinese restaurants in the world with 3 Michelin stars (Sun Tung Lok used to have three-stars too long, long ago.)

If you are curious, dim sum makers Tim Ho Wan has retained their one-star in 2 of their branches, but lost from the Tai Kok Tsui Olympian City outlet.

Hong Kong Michelin Starred Restaurants 2016

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
– Tang Court (new)

Tenku Ryu Gin is the Hong Kong outlet to the famed Japanese restaurant RyuGin.

Two Michelin Stars (Excellent cuisine, worth a detour)
– Amber
– Caprice
– Celebrity Cuisine
– Duddell’s
– Ming Court
– Pierre
– Shang Palace
– Summer Palace
– Sun Tung Lok Chinese Cuisine
– Tenku Ryu Gin
– Tin Lung Heen
– Wagyu Takumi
– Yan Toh Heen
– Forum (new)
– Ming Court (new)

Ho Hung Kee – One star Michelin wanton noodle restaurant

One Michelin Star (A very good restaurant in its category)
– Ah Yat Harbour View Restaurant
– Akrame
– CIAK – In The Kitchen
– Fook Lam Moon
– Fu Ho Restaurant
– Golden Leaf
– Golden Valley
– Guo Fu Lou
– Ho Hung Kee
– Jardin de Jade
– Kam’s Roast Goose
– Kazuo Okada
– Lei Garden (Central, Kowloon Bay, Mong Kok, North Point, Sha Tin, Wan Chai
– Loaf On
– Man Wah
– Mandarin Grill + Bar
– MIC Kitchen
– ON Dining (new)
– Pang’s Kitchen
– Peking Garden (new)
– Seasons by Olivier E.
– Serge et le phoque (new)
– Sing Kee Seafood Restaurant
– Spoon by Alain Ducasse
– Ta Vie (new)
– Tate Dining Room & Bar
– The Boss
– THE STEAK HOUSE winebar + grill
– Tim Ho Wan, the Dim-Sum Specialists (North Point, Sham Shui Po)
– Tosca
– Yat Lok Restaurant
– Yu Lei
– Yè Shanghai (TST)
– Wagyu Kaiseki Den
– Zhejiang Heen

Butchers Club Hong Kong is a burger chain which specializes in dry-aged beef patties.

Michelin Hong Kong Street Food Section
– Block 18 Doggie’s Noodle (27A Ning Po Street, Jordan, Fried Pork Fat Noodles)
– Butchers Club (2 Landale Street, Wan Chai, Burgers)
– Canaan Thai Snack (72 Java Road, North Point, Thai Cuisine)
– Cheung Hing Kee (13 Chuen Lung Street, Tsuen Wan, Shanghainese Pork Buns)
– Chin Sik (49 Shiu Wo Street, Tsuen Wan, Cart Noodles)
– Fat Boy (3 Hau Fook Street, Tsim Sha Tsui, Octopus and Duck’s Stomach)
– Hop Yik Tai (121 Lam Street, Sham Shui Po, Rice Rolls)
– Joyful Dessert House (74 Hak Po Street, Mong Kok, Western Desserts)
– Kai Kai (121-123 Parkes Street, Jordan, Cantonese Desserts)
– Kei Tsui (135 Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok, Cantonese Pastries)
– Kelly’s Cape Bop (57 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Korean Fried Chicken)
– Keung Kee (382 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Glutinous rice with Chinese sausage)
– Kung Wo Tofu (118 Pei Ho Street, Sham Shui Po, Tofu Pudding and Soya Milk)
– Kwan Kee Store (115-117 Fuk Wa Street, Chinese Rice Puddings)
– Lan Ying (92-84 Fuk Lo Tsun Road, Satay, Nasi Goreng)
– Lei Keung Kee (492 King’s Road, Egglets)
– Mak Kee (21-23 Fort Street, Dumplings)
– Mammy Pancake (8-12 Carnarvon Road, Waffles)
– Soupreme (20 Beech Street, Tai Kok Tsui, Soups)
– Three Potatoes (30-32A Nullah Road, Baked Potatoes)
– Wah Yuan (38 Shung Ling Street, Cantonese Desserts)
– Wing On (24 Tai Ho Road, Cart Noodles)
– Ying Kee (10 Hong Keung Street, Wonton Noodles)

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  1. Thanks for putting this together Daniel. I’m going to HK tomorrow and this is amazingly useful!

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