The Singapore Michelin Guide 2017 has been announced, coming hot on the heels after the Bib Gourmand results were revealed a week earlier.

This is the 2nd edition of the Michelin Guide in Singapore.

For the 2017 Singapore Michelin Guide, notable points are:
Joël Robuchon Restaurant at Resorts World Sentosa retains its 3 Stars, making it the only 3-Star Michelin Restaurant from Singapore.

– Hawker stalls Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles at Crawford Lane and Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle at Chinatown Food Complex – the first street food stalls in the world recognised by the Michelin Guide, retain their stars. There are no new hawker stall entries this year.

Waku Ghin at Marina Bay Sands gains a star to two.

– There are 11 NEW 1-Michelin Star entries, including Chef Kang’s Kitchen – a boutique Cantonese restaurant that can sit only 40 pax maximum; and Meta Restaurant by Korean Chef Chef Sun Kim.

– The 2 restaurants out from the guide from last year are Forest at Resorts World Sentosa and Terra Tokyo-Italian at Tras Street.

When preparing the selection, Michelin inspectors reviewed all types of cuisines and considered only the quality of the food.

All establishments are selected according to the same five criteria used by Michelin inspectors around the world. They are:
1) quality of the ingredients used
2) mastery of cooking techniques and flavors
3) projection of the chef’s personality in his cuisine
4) value for money
5) consistency – both over time and across the entire menu.
Other factors, such as place, décor, service and facilities offered, are supposedly not considered.

The Singapore Michelin Guide 2017 results are…

3 Michelin stars: Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey
Joël Robuchon Restaurant (Resorts World Sentosa)

2 Michelin stars: Excellent cooking, worth a detour
Restaurant Andre (Bukit Pasoh Road, Closing 14th Feb 2018)
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon (Resorts World Sentosa)
Les Amis (Shaw Centre)
Odette (National Gallery Singapore)
Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro (Mandarin Orchard Singapore)
Shoukouwa (One Fullerton)
Waku Ghin (Marina Bay Sands)

1 Michelin Star: A very good restaurant in its category

Alma by Juan Amador (Goodwood Park Hotel)
Beni (Mandarin Gallery, Orchard)
Braci (Boat Quay) NEW ENTRY
Candlenut (Dempsey, moved from New Bridge Road)
Cheek By Jowl (11 Boon Tat Street) NEW ENTRY
Chef Kang’s (25 Mackenzie Road) NEW ENTRY
Corner House (Botanic Gardens)
Crystal Jade Golden Palace (Paragon Orchard)
CUT (Marina Bay Sands)
Garibaldi (36 Purvis Street) NEW ENTRY
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles (Crawford Lane)
Iggy’s (581 Orchard Road, Hilton Singapore) NEW ENTRY
Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine (ION Orchard) NEW ENTRY
JAAN (Swissotel the Stamford)
Labyrinth (Esplanade) NEW ENTRY
Lei Garden (CHIJMES)
Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle (Chinatown Food Complex, Smith Street)
Meta Restaurant (9 Keong Saik Road) NEW ENTRY
OSIA (Resorts World Sentosa)
Putien Restaurant (Kitchener Road)
Rhubarb Le Restaurant (Duxton Hill)
Saint Pierre (One Fullerton)
Shinji by Kanesaka (Carlton Hotel)
Shinji by Kanesaka (St Regis Hotel)
Summer Palace (Regent Singapore) NEW ENTRY
Summer Pavilion (Ritz-Carlton, The Millenia Singapore)
Sushi Ichi (Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel)
The Kitchen At Bacchanalia (HongKong Street)
The Song of India (Scotts Road)

Other Related Entries
Michelin Singapore – Restaurant Reviews
29 Singapore Michelin Starred Restaurants & Stalls 2016
Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore 2017
9 Best Restaurants In Singapore 2017

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  1. I dont agree that Hawkers should be Michelin star, whoever done this has SPOILED the hawker market.
    It makes good food unnecessarily expensive and create overly high expectations.


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