[MACAU] If you haven’t considered Macau for a foodie culinary trip, perhaps it is time to.
The 2017 Michelin Guide features a total of 19 starred restaurants from Macau, where the top honours continue to go to Robuchon au Dôme and The Eight. (Read: Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2017)
Chinese eatery Feng Wei Ju and Japanese restaurant Mizumi, climbed up one rung to the two-star category.
The former specialises in Chuan-Xiang cuisine, a spice-heavy cuisine from the regions of Sichuan and Hunan and one of the eight major cuisines of China, while the latter is helmed by three renowned Japanese chefs and flies in fresh produce from Japan daily.
Three new one-starred restaurants include Lai Heen, Pearl Dragon and Ying.
Three Michelin Stars (Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey)
Robuchon au Dôme (French Contemporary)
The Eight (Chinese)
Jade Dragon 譽瓏軒 is one of the world’s best Chinese restaurant.
Two Michelin Stars (Excellent cuisine, worth a detour)
Feng Wei Ju (Hunanese and Sichuan) NEW Entry
Golden Flower (Chinese)
Jade Dragon (Cantonese)
Mizumi (Japanese) NEW Entry
The Tasting Room (French Contemporary)
One Michelin Star (High quality cooking, worth a stop)
Lai Heen (Cantonese) NEW Entry
8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo (Italian)
Pearl Dragon (Cantonese) NEW Entry
The Golden Peacock (Indian)
The Kitchen (Steakhouse)
Tim’s Kitchen (Cantonese)
Wing Lei (Cantonese)
Ying (Cantonese) NEW Entry
Zi Yat Heen (Cantonese)
Chan Seng Kei
Din Tai Fung (COD)
Hou Kong Chi Kei
IFT Educational Restaurant
Lou Kei (Fai Chi Kei)
Luk Kei Noodle
Tou Tou Koi
Xin – NEW Entry
Other Related Entries
Hong Kong Michelin Guide 2017
Seoul Michelin Guide 2017
Singapore Michelin Guide 2016
29 Singapore Michelin Starred Restaurants & Stalls
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