[Hong Kong] Little surprises in this year’s Michelin Guide for Hong Kong, but many will rejoice for there is a whopping 11 new one-star restaurants.

There are 7 three-star restaurants comprising of the usual suspects. Cantonese restaurant Forum known for its Ah Yat braised abalone moved from two to three; while Sushi Shikon is considered a “new entry” after its relocation to the Landmark Mandarin Oriental.

Bo Innovation by Chef Alvin Leung lost a star though – from three to two.

French restaurant Arbor went up to two stars after earning its first star in 2019.

Thai restaurant Aaharn from Chef David Thompson of Nahm fame; and Louise by Julien Royer (Odette) are new restaurants which received one star.

Cantonese restaurant Fook Lam Moon well-liked by the rich and famous regains a star after losing it in 2017.

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

Two Michelin Stars (excellent cuisine, worth a detour)
Amber
– Arbor
Bo Innovation
– Ecritue
– Kashiwaya
– Pierre
Sun Tung Lok
– Sushi Saito
– Ta Vie
Tenku RyuGin
Tin Lung Heen
– Ying Jee Club

One Michelin Star (high-quality cooking, worth a stop)
– Aaharn
– Ah Yat Harbour View (Tsim Sha Tsui)
– Arcane
– Beefbar
– Belon
– Celebrity Cuisine
– Duddell’s
– Épure
Fook Lam Moon (Wanchai)
– Fu Ho
– Gaddi’s
– Guo Fu Lou
Ho Hung Kee (Causeway Bay)
– Im Teppanyaki & Wine
– Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine
– Jardin de Jade (Wan Chai)
– Kaiseki Den by Saotome
Kam’s Roast Goose
– Lei Garden (Kwun Tong)
– Lei Garden (Mong Kok)
– L’Envol
– Liu Yuan Pavilion
– Loaf On
– Louise
– Man Wah
– Mandarin Grill + Bar
– Ming Court
– New Punjab Club
– Octavium
– Pang’s Kitchen
– Petrus
– Rech
– Roganic
– Rùn
– Ryota Kappou Modern
– Shang Palace
– Spring Moon
– Summer Palace
– Sushi Wadatsumi
– Takumi by Daisuke Mori
– Tate
Tim Ho Wan (Sham Shui Po)
– Tosca di Angelo
– VEA
– Xin Rong Ji
– Yan Toh Heen
– Yat Lok
– Yat Tung Heen (Jordan)
– Yè Shanghai (Tsim Sha Tsui)
– Zest by Konishi
– Zhejiang Heen

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