Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2017 – 80 Starred Restaurants, 61 In Hong Kong and 19 In Macau

Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2017 - 80 Starred Restaurants, 61 In Hong Kong and 19 In Macau
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Michelin has unveiled the latest 2017 edition of its Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau, recognising 9 newly starred restaurants in Hong Kong and 3 in Macau.

There are six 3-star restaurants in Hong Kong. No change from the year before. So predictable, yah?

The guide features a total of 238 restaurants, including 80 starred restaurants – 61 in Hong Kong and 19 Macau – along with 75 Bib Gourmand-rated eateries.

Leading the line-up of new two-starred restaurants in Hong Kong is Kashiwaya in Central, which went straight to two star status exactly a year after its Nov 2015 opening.

The Japanese kaiseki restaurant is the first overseas outpost of Japanese chef Hideaki Matsuo, who also owns three-Michelin-starred Kashiwaya in Osaka.


NEW 2-star Michelin restaurant Ta Vie has Japanese influences, and is located at Hong Kong Central.

Also making its debut in the two-star category is innovative restaurant Ta Vie helmed by Japanese chef Hideaki Sato, who fuses Japanese and French techniques to bring the best out of Asian produce.

The restaurant was elevated from its one star ranking in the 2016 edition. (Had a meal there – quite exceptional.)

I also noticed that the 1-Star Category description has been changed from “A very good restaurant in its category” to “High quality cooking, worth a stop!” Hmmm….

Hong Kong Michelin Starred Restaurants 2017


Famous signature “Xiao Long Bao” from Bo Innovation.

Three Michelin Stars (Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey)
8½ Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA (Italian)
Bo Innovation (Innovative)
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon (French Contemporary)
Lung King Heen (Cantonese)
– Sushi Shikon (Sushi)
– Tang Court (Cantonese)


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

Two Michelin Stars (Excellent cuisine, worth a detour)
Amber (French Contemporary)
Caprice (French)
– Duddell’s (Cantonese)
– Forum (Cantonese)
– Kashiwaya (Japanese) NEW Entry
– Ming Court (Cantonese)
– Pierre (French Contemporary)
Ryu Gin (Japanese)
– Shang Palace (Cantonese)
– Summer Palace (Cantonese)
Sun Tung Lok Tsim Sha Tsui (Cantonese)
– Ta Vie (Innovative) NEW Entry
Tin Lung Heen (Cantonese)
– Yan Toh Heen (Cantonese)


Kam’s Roast Goose at Wan Chai which will open an outlet in Singapore.


Ho Hung Kee – One star Michelin wanton noodle restaurant

One Michelin Star (High quality cooking, worth a stop!)
– Ah Yat Harbour View Restaurant
– Akrame
– Beefbar NEW Entry
– CIAK – In The Kitchen
– Epure NEW Entry
– Fu Ho Restaurant Tsim Sha Tsui
– Golden Valley
– Guo Fu Lou
Ho Hung Kee
– Jardin de Jade
Kam’s Roast Goose
– Lei Garden Kwun Tong
– Lei Garden Mong Kok
– Lei Garden North Point
– Loaf On
– Man Wah
– Mandarin Grill + Bar
– MIC Kitchen
– ON Dining
– Pang’s Kitchen
– Peking Garden
– Qi Wan Chai
– Sai Kung Sing Kee
– Seasons by Olivier E.
– Serge et le Phoque
– Spring Moon NEW Entry
– Sushi Tokami NEW Entry
– Sushi Wadatsumi
– Tate Dining Room & Bar
– Tim Ho Wan North Point
Tim Ho Wan Sham Shui Po
– Tosca
– VEA NEW Entry
– Wagyu Kaiseki Den
– Wagyu Takumi
– Yat Lok
– Yat Tung Heen Jordon NEW Entry
– Yè Shanghai (TST)
– Zhejiang Heen

Hong Kong Michelin Bib Gourmand 2017
– Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling
– Ancient Moon
– Ba Yi
– Bombay Dreams
– Brass Spoon NEW Entry
– Café Hunan (Western district)
– Chan Kan Kee Chiu Chow (Sheung Wan)
– Chili Club
– Chuen Cheung Kui (Mong Kok)
– CIAK – All Day Italian NEW Entry
– Congee and Noodle Shop
– Din Tai Fung (Causeway Bay)
– Din Tai Fung (Silvercord)
– Dragon Inn
– Fu Sing (Causeway Bay)
– Fu Sing (Wan Chai)
– Fung Shing (Mong Kok)
– Good Hope Noodle (Fa Yuen Street)
– Ho To Tai
– Kau Kee
– Kung Tak Lam (Causeway Bay)
– Kwan Kee Bamboo Noodles (Cheung Sha Wan)
– Lan Yuen Chee Koon
– Lin Heung Kui
– Liu Yuan Pavilion NEW Entry
– Lucky Indonesia
– Mask of Sichuen & Beijing
– May’s Sawaddee Thailand
– Megan’s Kitchen
– New Shanghai
– Nishiki
– Po Kee
– Putien (Causeway Bay)
– Qĭao Cuisine
– Ramen Jo (Causeway Bay)
– Restoran Indonesia 1968
– Sabah (Wan Chai)
– Sang Kee
– Ser Wong Fun
– She Wong Yee
– Shek Kee Kitchen
– Shugetsu Ramen (Central)
– Shugetsu Ramen (Quarry Bay)
– Sing Kee NEW Entry
– Sister Wah (Tin Hau)
– Siu Shun Village Cuisine (Kowloon Bay)
– Snow Garden
– Sun Yuen Hing Kee
– Tai Wing Wah
– Tai Woo (Causeway Bay)
– Takeya
– Tasty (IFC)
– Thai Chiu (Sham Shui Po)
– Tim Ho Wan (Tai Kwok Tsui)
– Tsim Chai Kee (Wellington Street)
– Tulsi (North Point)
– Wang Fu (Central)
– Wing Lai Yuen
– Wing Wah
– Wonton Master
– Yau Yuen Siu Tsui
– Yue Kee
– Yun Yan

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