Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2019 – 7 Three-Star Restaurants, Including Caprice, Bo Innovation, Lung King Heen

Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2019 - 7 Three-Star Restaurants, Including Caprice, Bo Innovation, Lung King Heen
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[Hong Kong] While the Hong Kong Michelin Guide results have almost been more or less predictable in the recent years, there is one new additional 3-starred restaurant, with Caprice at Four Seasons Hotel making its way back to the top.

Jade Dragon 譽瓏軒 from City of Dreams, Macau was also awarded the coveted 3 stars.

There are 7 Three-star Michelin restaurants in Hong Kong for the 2019 Michelin Guide Hong Kong.
The other 6 are 8½ Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA, Bo Innovation, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Lung King Heen, Sushi Shikon, and Tang Court.

Ecriture which serves up Japanese-inspired French cuisine, and Sushi Saito both debut with a spectacular 2-star rating; while Ying Jee Club moves up from 1 star the previous year.


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

Hong Kong Michelin Starred Restaurants 2019


Roast pork from 3-Michelin starred Tang Court.

Three Michelin Stars (Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey)
8½ Otto e Mezzo BOMBANA (Italian)
Bo Innovation (Innovative)
Caprice (French)
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)
– Ecriture (NEW Entry)
– Forum (Cantonese)
– Kashiwaya (Japanese)
– Pierre (French Contemporary)
Sun Tung Lok at Tsim Sha Tsui (Cantonese)
– Sushi Saito (NEW Entry)
– Ta Vie (Innovative)
Tenku RyuGin (Japanese)
Tin Lung Heen (Cantonese)
– Yan Toh Heen (Cantonese)
– Ying Jee Club (Up from 1 star)


Kam’s Roast Goose at Wan Chai.


Ho Hung Kee – One star Michelin wanton noodle restaurant

One Michelin Star (High quality cooking, worth a stop!)
– Ah Yat Harbour View Restaurant
– Arbor (NEW Entry)
– Arcane
– Beefbar
– Belon (NEW Entry))
– Celebrity Cuisine
– Duddell’s (Cantonese)
– Epure
– Fu Ho Restaurant (Tsim Sha Tsui)
– Guo Fu Lou
Ho Hung Kee
– IM Teppanyaki & Wine
– Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine
– Jardin de Jade
– Kaiseki Den by Saotome
Kam’s Roast Goose
– Lei Garden (Kwun Tong)
– Lei Garden (Mong Kok)
– Loaf On
– Man Wah
– Mandarin Grill + Bar
– Ming Court
– New Punjab Club (NEW Entry)
– Octavium (NEW Entry)
– Pang’s Kitchen
– Qi (Wan Chai)
– Rech
– Shang Palace
– Spring Moon
– Summer Palace
– Sushi Tokami
– Sushi Wadatsumi
– Takumi by Daisuke Mori
– Tate Dining Room & Bar
– The Ocean
Tim Ho Wan (Sham Shui Po)
– Tosca
– VEA
– Xin Rong Ji (NEW Entry)
– Yat Lok
– Yat Tung Heen (Jordan)
– Ye Shanghai (Tsim Sha Tsui)
– Yee Tung Heen
– Zhejiang Heen


Wanton noodle shop Mak Man Kee 麥文記麵家 gets a Michelin Bib Gourmand nod.

Hong Kong Michelin Bib Gourmand 2019
– Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling – Prince Edward (Dumplings)
– Ancient Moon – North Point (Singaporean and Malaysian cuisine)
– Ba Yi – Western District (Xinjiang food)
– Bombay Dreams – Central (Indian)
– Brass Spoon – Wan Chai (Vietnamese)
– Café Hunan – Western District (Hunanese)
– Chan Kan Kee Chiu Chow – Sheung Wan (Chiu Chow)
– Chiuchow Delicacies – North Point (Chiu Chow)
– Chuen Cheung Kui – Mong Kok (Hakkanese)
– CIAK – All Day Italian – Tai Koo Shing (Italian)
– Congee and Noodle Shop – Quarry Bay (Noodles and congee)
– Din Tai Fung – Causeway Bay (Shanghainese)
– Din Tai Fung – Silvercord (Shanghainese)
– Dragon Inn – Tuen Mun (Seafood)
– Eng Kee Noodle Shop – Western District (Noodles)
– Fu Sing – Causeway Bay (Cantonese)
– Fu Sing – Wan Chai (Cantonese)
– Fung Shing – Mong Kok (Shun Tak)
– Glorious Cuisine – Sham Shui Po (Cantonese)
Good Hope Noodle – Fa Yuen Street Mong Kok (Noodles and congee)
– Ho To Tai – Yuen Long (Noodles)
Ju Xing Home – Prince Edward (Cantonese)
Kai Kai – Jordan (Desserts)
Kau Kee – Central (Noodles)
– Kwan Kee Bamboo Noodles – Cheung Sha Wan (Noodles)
– Kwan Kee Clay Pot Rice – Queen’s Road West (Cantonese)
– Lan Yuen Chee Koon – Prince Edward (Cantonese)
– Lau Sum Kee – Sam Shui Po (Noodles)
– Le Souk – Central (Middle Eastern)
– Lin Heung Kui – Sheung Wan (Cantonese)
– Liu Yuan Pavilion – Wan Chai (Shanghainese)
– Lucky Indonesia – Kwun Tong (Indonesian)
Mak Man Kee – Jordan (Noodles)
– Megan’s Kitchen – Wan Chai (Cantonese)
– New Shanghai – Wan Chai (Shanghainese)
– Nishiki – Tsim Sha Tsui (Japanese)
– Po Kee – Western District (Cantonese Roast Meats)
– Putien – Causeway Bay (Fujian)
– Ramen Jo – Causeway Bay (Ramen)
– Sabah – Wan Chai (Malaysian)
– Samsen – Wan Chai (Thai)
– Sang Kee – Wan Chai (Cantonese)
– She Wong Yee – Causeway Bay (Cantonese)
– Shek Kee Kitchen – Tin Hau (Cantonese)
– Sheung Hei Dim Sum – Western District (Dim Sum)
– Sheung Hei Claypot Rice – Western District (Cantonese)
– Shugetsu Ramen – Central (Ramen)
– Shugetsu Ramen – Quarry Bay (Ramen)
– Sing Kee – Central (Cantonese)
– Sister Wah – Tin Hau (Noodles)
– Siu Shun Village Cuisine – Kowloon Bay (Shun Tak)
– Snow Garden – Causeway Bay (Shanghainese)
– Sun Yuen Hing Kee – Sheung Wan (Cantonese)
– Tai Wing Wah – Yuen Long (Cantonese)
– Tai Woo – Causeway Bay (Cantonese)
– Tak Kee – Western District (Chiu Chow)
– Takeya – Hung Hom (Japanese)
Tasty – Central IFC (Noodles and congee)
– Thai Chiu – Sham Shui Po (Thai)
– Tim Ho Wan – North Point (Dim Sum)
– Tim Ho Wan – Tai Kwok Tsui (Dim Sum)
– Trusty Congee King – Wan Chai (Noodles and congee)
Trusty Gourmet – Wan Chai (Cantonese)
Tsim Chai Kee – Wellington Street (Noodles)
– Wang Fu – Central (Dumplings)
– What To Eat – Central (Taiwanese)
– Wing Lai Yuen – Hung Hom (Chinese)
– Yixin – Wan Chai (Cantonese)
– Yue Kee – Shum Tseng (Cantonese)
– Yuet Lai Shun – Mon Kok (Cantonese)

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