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49 Best Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore You Have To Try [2023]

Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore

Best Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Best Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore

The Michelin star rating system is a measure of the quality of restaurant cooking. All Michelin starred restaurants are rated by anonymous food critics, who visit them anonymously and pay their own bill to ensure impartiality. Michelin stars are awarded for excellence in cuisine and presentation, but not for ambience or service. The michelin star rating system was originally created in 1900 by French brothers Édouard and André Michelin as part of an automotive guidebook.

The Michelin Guide Singapore 2021 has made a major announcement, Singapore now has three 3 Michelin-starred restaurants.

This year’s list was made public through a virtual livestream, which took place on Wednesday (Sep 1), rather than a physical celebration. The previous physical event for the guide’s release was Capella Singapore in 2019, where 44 restaurants were awarded Michelin stars.

After a trying year for restaurateurs, the announcement of this year’s Michelin Guide Singapore has arrived.

This year, a total of 49 eateries were awarded stars. Four new restaurants debuted in the one-star category: Art, Cloudstreet, Oshino, and Sommer.

Three new restaurants were given one star as they debuted, while five were upgraded from Michelin Plate. Basque Kitchen by Aitor closed, Whitegrass and Lerouy opened, and Cure, Esora, Thevar, and more restaurants were promoted.

Many of the island’s top fine dining establishments, such as Les Amis, Odette, Shisen Hanten, and Shoukouwa, have retained their ratings while Restaurant Zen and JAAN by Kirk Westaway were able to add another star to their names.

Check out the official list of 49 Michelin starred restaurants in Singapore 2021 to help you find your next awesome dining experience! We hope you enjoy this list!

3-Michelin stars: Exceptional cuisine that is worth a special journey

1. Les Amis

Les Amis - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Les Amis – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Les Amis)
Key ServicesFine Dining, French Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.lesamis.com.sg/
Address1 Scotts Road, #01 – 16 Shaw Centre, Singapore 228208
Phone(65) 6733 2225
Emaillesamis@lesamis.com.sg
Operating HoursLunch 12.00pm, Monday to Sunday, Last seating at 1.30pm, Last order at 1.45pm, Dinner 7.00pm, Monday to Sunday, Last seating at 8.30pm, Last order at 8.45pm, Closed on certain holidays

The French restaurant Les Amis is a culinary feast and the pinnacle of luxury and fine dining concept in Singapore’s center. Since 1994, the restaurant has had an influence on Singapore’s exquisite dining scene, bringing a Japanese-influenced spin to classic French cuisine.

It’s no surprise that this restaurant has been well regarded for over two decades, with an elegant ambience and cuisine from renowned Chef Sebastien Lepinoy. The popularity of the restaurant has grown dramatically since its inception as an independent fine-dining establishment in Singapore, and so has the facility itself.

The unique tasting menu and large wine list, as well as the pleasant hosts, sensual ambience, and tempting pricing all entice and attract any guest looking for a one-of-a-kind experience. Chef Lepinoy’s cuisine reflects his technical abilities and French gastronomic expertise by showcasing freshly prepared meals with local ingredients from France.

This restaurant has established itself as a showpiece in Singapore, appealing to guests from near and far for a truly one of a kind luxury dining experience with its exquisite cuisine, charming ambience, and helpful hosts.

2. Odette

Odette - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Odette – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Odette)
Key ServicesFine Dining, French Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.odetterestaurant.com/
AddressNational Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road #01-04 Singapore 178957
Phone+65 6385 0498
Emailenquiry@odetterestaurant.com
Operating HoursLunch: 12.00pm to 1.15pm (last seating), Dinner: 6.30pm to 8.15pm (last seating), Monday to Saturday Closed on Sunday & Public Holidays

In just five years, the Odette restaurant in Singapore’s National Gallery has received a number of accolades. Michelin Stars from zero to three. Unfortunately, costs appeared to keep up with the honors.

Odette restaurant, which opened in 2015, is an excellent representation of French cuisine and a fine example of Japanese-French fusion. With beautiful presentation and flavor combinations that delighted your taste buds at every moment you ate here while eating, the food here combines the best of both cultures.

Chef Julien Royer has made it his goal to develop meals that are more familiar to us while yet being inventive and elegant. This is a method that has received wide acclaim from both the public and critics alike, with a menu that includes delectable dishes such as Foie Gras Terrine with Kumquat Marmalade or Tandoori Suckling Piglet presented in a unique style.

The restaurant’s cuisine varies with the seasons and availability of fresh ingredients. It has a lovely ambience in which to enjoy your meal while listening to relaxing music. The service is excellent here, with the staff being polite and helpful when required.

The cuisine at this restaurant will wow even those who are seasoned in the culinary arts. Odette will pique your interest at every step of your meal, even before it arrives at your table!

The food is excellent, fresh, and well seasoned at all times to ensure that every mouthful leaves a long-lasting impression on both the tongue and the mind.

If you want a wonderful dining experience when you go out, Odette is the spot to go. It will make you yearn for more food and atmosphere!

3. Zen

Zen - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Zen – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Zen)
Key ServicesFine Dining, French Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.restaurantzen.com/
Address41 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Singapore 089855
Phone+65 6534 8880
Emailreservations@restaurantzen.com
Operating HoursDinner: Wednesday to Saturday, 7pm-10:30pm, Lunch: Friday and Saturday, 12pm-5pm

Zen restaurant, located in Singapore’s historic district, is one of the most well-regarded French restaurants on this island nation.

In fact, it has been awarded a Michelin star for its exquisite cuisine and stunning interiors since 2010! This award-winning restaurant is run by Chef Josselin Jeanjean who brings together all sorts of ingredients from different cultures and traditions to produce dishes that will delight both the tongue and senses.

The restaurant is particularly popular with those looking for an atmospheric spot in which they can enjoy a meal while surrounded by stunning art pieces, comfortable furniture, and relaxing music. The cuisine here has been described as deep, rich, exotic , and delicious! Zen’s menu changes with the seasons and available ingredients to ensure that each meal is a unique experience for diners.

The restaurant primarily uses organic produce from around the world, with sustainable seafood being sourced from Europe, Africa, South America, Australia & New Zealand , while locally-grown vegetables are used when in season. It also offers a wide range of beverages for you to choose from, including a selection of fine wines and champagnes.

To ensure that you have the best possible experience when dining here, Zen operates with an open kitchen to allow diners to see exactly how their meal is prepared! This allows them to fully appreciate each dish as it arrives at your table. Both chef and restaurant are known for their warm and friendly personalities, ensuring that you feel right at home when eating here.

The service is impeccable with staff members who are polite, courteous , and very helpful . This restaurant has an excellent ambience in which to enjoy your meal while surrounded by beautiful art pieces on the walls. On top of this all is Zen’s exquisite cuisine, which is full of flavor and will leave you wanting more!

With all this in mind, it’s no surprise why Zen has received so much praise for both their food and service. Come by to see what the hype is about today!

2-Michelin stars: Excellent cooking that is worth a detour

4. Jaan by Kirk Westaway

JAAN by Kirk Westaway - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
JAAN by Kirk Westaway – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: JAAN by Kirk Westaway)
Key ServicesFine Dining, French Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.jaan.com.sg/
Address2 Stamford Road Swissôtel, Level 70 The Stamford, Singapore 178882
Phone+65 6874 1488
Emailjaan.bookings@swissotel.com
Operating HoursLunch: 11:45am to 2:30pm (Monday to Saturday), Dinner: 6:30pm to 10:30pm (Monday to Saturday), Reservations are strongly advised

Jaan by Kirk Westaway is a fine dining establishment in Singapore that has been awarded Michelin stars for its exquisite cuisine and stunning interiors.

This restaurant is well-known for French cuisine that changes with the season, but Chef Kirk’s creations offer an English comfort based on his British background.

Diners will not experience a major change in the cuisine when Chef Kirk takes over. Instead, they’ll have a nuanced yet distinct understanding of what regular guests loved about JAAN, while concentrating on the artisanal quality that has made it so popular.

JAAN is a 40-seater derived from the Sanskirt term for “bowl,” with a clean and classic design that features a huge Murano crystal and free-form silver chandelier above head.

Despite all the dainty and refinement French fine dining is renowned for, Chef Kirk Westaway manages to make an impression in his cuisine at JAAN. Texture play significantly more with rustic tastes while jelling all elements into a coherent work of art. Is it worth your time to visit? Definitely!

5. Saint Pierre

Saint Pierre - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Saint Pierre – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Saint Pierre)
Key ServicesFine Dining, French Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.saintpierre.com.sg/home/
Address1 Fullerton Road, #02-02B, One Fullerton, Singapore 049213
Phone+65 6438 0887
Emailinfo@saintpierre.com.sg
Operating HoursWednesday to Saturday: Lunch: 11:30am – 3:00pm [Last Seating: 1:30pm], Tuesday to Saturday: Dinner: 6:00pm – 11:00pm [Last Seating: 8:00pm], Closed on Sunday and Monday

Virtual dinner party experiences are being curated by the St. Pierre restaurant in Singapore, which got a head start on alternative solutions when restaurants weren’t permitted to receive guests inside.

St. Pierre’s lavish, high-end bento boxes with a variety of goodies were served (they are still given) to various locations, and while guests were “mingling” via Zoom, Stroobant popped in for a “chat” from time to time to discuss the food and allow customers’ interaction with a Michelin-starred chef.

During the hiatus, Saint Pierre’s chefs focused on improving their abilities and creating dishes, and the new menu gives every indication that the time was well spent.

What makes a meal at Saint Pierre so remarkable is the feeling of complexity in its simplicity. Each dish has only one name – thankfully, we are no longer subjected to four lines of description for each cuisine item that insists on origin and describes a farmer named Juan who hand-reared and bottle-fed a Wagyu cow for a year – and a couple of other words relating to the composition.

That is all you need to know, because the rest is about trust, and anyone who has eaten Stroobant’s food has complete confidence in him to use only top-quality ingredients and then transform them into a delectable culinary creation.

6. Shisen Hanten

Shisen Hanten - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Shisen Hanten – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Shisen Hanten)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Japanese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.shisenhanten.com.sg/
AddressLevel 35, Orchard Wing Mandarin Orchard Singapore 333 Orchard Road Singapore 238867
Phone6831 6262 / 6831 6266
Emailshisenhanten.orchard@meritushotels.com
Operating HoursMonday to Friday: Lunch: 12:00pm – 3:00pm (last order: 2.30pm), Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: First Seating: 11:00am – 12:45pm (last order: 12:30pm), Second Seating: 1:00pm – 2:45pm (last order: 2:30pm), Dinner Daily: 6:00pm – 10:00pm (last order 9:45pm)

Shisen Hanten is Japan’s most popular chain of Szechwan eateries. It has 14 restaurants in six cities across Japan and debuted in Singapore in 2014 at the 35th floor of Mandarin Orchard Singapore.

Szechwan cuisine began in 1958, when Chinese immigrant Chen Kenmin, known as the “Father of Szechwan Cuisine,” opened Japan’s first Szechwan restaurant.

Kenichi’s family has been running a restaurant in Japan since the 1980s. His eldest son, Chen Kenichi, better known as “Szechuan Sage” and an Iron Chef, continued the family business and expanded it throughout Japan. His best-known recipes emphasized the seven primary tastes that give Szechwan cuisine its unique pungence.

Third-generation Chen Kentaro, the amiable Executive Chef of Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro, now leads the pack. He is a rising star in Japan’s culinary world, bringing to Singapore his grandfather’s goal of elevating Szechuan cuisine appreciation through their signature dishes.

Shisen Hanten Five Signature Appetizers, a set of five savory dishes ($24), and Chen’s Mapo Doufu ($26), which is stir-fried tofu in hot Szechuan pepper-flavor meat sauce, are Kentaro’s specialties. The stewed fish fillet in super spicy szechwan chilli, Chille Spicy Noodle Soup ($22), Sweet and Sour Fried Kurobuta Pork inBlack Vinegar ($38), and Sautéed Szechuan Chilli Peppers and Chicken ($32), and Lobster.

7. Shoukouwa

Shoukouwa - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Shoukouwa – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Shoukouwa)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Japanese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.shoukouwa.com.sg/
Address1 Fullerton Road #02-02A One Fullerton Singapore 049213
Phone+65 6423 9939
Operating Hours11:30am – 3pm, 6 – 11pm (Tuesday – Saturday), 6 – 11pm (Sunday), Closed Mon

One Fullerton’s sushi restaurant, which is run by the founder of Hong Kong’s three-star Michelin Sushi Shikon and the Emmanuel Stroobant restaurant group (which runs Saint Pierre), is a collaboration.

Given that Michelin inspectors will need to visit a restaurant several times (we hear three), they had only a brief time period in which to do their evaluation.

Kanesaka declared that Shoukouwa was superior to Shinji, Singapore’s best sushi restaurant, in his book Sushi Koshu. Hashida Sushi, Ki-Sho, Shiraishi, AOKI, and Sushi Mitsuya were all absent from the scene.

Expect prices to be rather high. Shoukouwa felt that there was a higher degree of variety and excitement in terms of providing, when compared to Shinji by Kanesaka.

8. Waku Ghin

Waku Ghin - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Waku Ghin – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: marinabaysands)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Japanese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttps://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/waku-ghin
AddressLevel 2 Dining, L2-03 The Shoppes at, 2 Bayfront Ave, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018956
Phone+65 6688 8507
Emailmarinabaysands.com
Operating HoursBar/Bar Dining: Daily from 5pm, Chef’s Table: Daily from 5.30pm

One thing is for sure: Waku Ghin sits easily among Singapore’s Michelin-starred restaurants in terms of fine dining. Tetsuya Wakuda, the restaurant’s chef and owner, is a renowned figure in the region, having trained such Michelin-starred talents as Sam Aisbett (Whitegrass) and Rishi Naleendra (Cheek by Jowl) have honed their culinary skills under his tutelage, before moving on to helm their own establishments here.

The traditional design of Waku Ghin is reflected in its classicism; the interiors avoid any gimmicks, with no bare-bones floors or hidden doors. Instead, the restaurant maintains a tried-and-true design of chi-chi flooring, slick marble worktops, and intimate dining rooms with a bespoke grill that is an essential element of the whole experience. But we’re not here to admire the décor. This chef/owner has a good reputation in the culinary industry.

Waku Ghin doesn’t use the smoke-and- mirrors trap that some high-end restaurants fall into. There’s no need to put out effort trying to wow an Instagram savvy diner at Waku Ghin, because solid ingredients and a genuine love of the farm-to-table approach form the basis of an excellent dinner. Take a few photographs, though. It’s an incredible experience that will be remembered for a long time.

1-Michelin star: A very good restaurant

9. 28 Wilkie

28 Wilkie - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
28 Wilkie – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: 28 Wilkie)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Italian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttps://28wilkie.com/
Address28 Wilkie Rd, #01-01, Singapore 228051
Phone+65 97762828
Emailreservation@28wilkie.com
Operating HoursTuesday – Saturday: 5:30pm to 10:30pm (Last order 9:30pm), Sunday and Monday: Closed

28 Wilkie is located in a rather quiet stretch of Wilkie Road, but it’s not hard to find. The vibe is relaxed and the interior simple—all clean lines, white walls with black accents on the banquettes and bar counter. And while 28 Wilkie may be hidden from plain sight, its food has been quietly making waves among diners who have discovered its charms.

It is the city’s first caviar bar, and it serves five varieties of black gold from its own farm, as well as tasting flights or individually—with an interesting wine list to match.

However, the cuisine, which is a modern interpretation on Italian food from the kitchen team, is also a compelling incentive to go. His mother’s Piedmont tajarin pasta with lobster, Sicilian pesto, and lemon is his grandmother’s recipe.

One Michelin-starred restaurant that you should definitely check out is 28 Wilkie!

10. Alma

Alma - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Alma – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Alma)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Modern European Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttp://alma.sg/
AddressGoodwood Park Hotel 22 Scotts Road Singapore 228221
Phone+65 6735 9937
Operating Hours12pm – 2:30pm (Wednesday-Friday), 6pm – 10:30pm (Monday – Saturday), Closed Sunday

The Goodwood Park Hotel in Singapore is home to Juan Amador, the German chef who founded his own eatery known as Alma. Spanish for “soul,” Alma restaurant is a Modern European restaurant with Asian influences inspired by Iberia.

Alma was the first recipient of the Michelin stars in Singapore, receiving one in 2016. It still has one star today, which is remarkable in a city with so many fantastic restaurants. Alma is well worth a trip away from downtown Singapore, located some distance away from the city center.

Alma’s cuisine has everything from classic European tastes to more contemporary inventive cooking with hints of molecular gastronomy.

11. Art

Art - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Art – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Art)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Italian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttps://www.artrestaurant.sg/
Address1 St Andrew’s Road, 06-02 National Gallery, Singapore 178957
Phone+65 6866 1977
Emailbook@artrestaurant.sg
Operating HoursTuesdays to Sundays: 12 pm to 2 pm, 6 pm to 10 pm

Art Restaurant, in Singapore’s National Gallery, is a contemporary Italian fine dining restaurant run by Chef Beppe De Vito. It was previously known as Aura and had two levels before undergoing a rebranding.

On the 5th floor, Art Restaurant features an “ever-changing exploration of Italian culinary tradition” with ingredients taking “the lead in the creative process.” Art Restaurant’s cuisine is like a trip to an art gallery – a journey of discovery.

A luxurious and elegant restaurant is the Art Restaurant in the National Gallery Singapore. The use of many mirrors adds intrigue and drama to the room. It provides a variety of table arrangements that can seat a couple or a small group of friends or colleagues.

The Art restaurant’s cuisine varies from time to time. The menu was on one page and rather basic. Degustation menus, which allow chefs to surprise you, are available. The cost range is between $78 and $188. There are only four mains and a few snacks and desserts on the à la carte menu.

12. Basque Kitchen by Aitor

Basque Kitchen by Aitor - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Basque Kitchen by Aitor – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Basque Kitchen by Aitor)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Italian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttps://basquekitchenbyaitor.com/
Address3 Fullerton Rd, #02-01/02/03 THE FULLERTON WATERBOAT HOUSE, Singapore 049215
Phone+65 6224 2232
Emailinfo@basquekitchenbyaitor.com
Operating HoursTuesdays to Saturdays: Lunch – 12pm to 2.30pm (Last order at 2pm), Dinner – 6.30pm to 11pm (Last order at 8:15pm

Chef Aitor, who runs the restaurant’s Basque Kitchen by Aitor, is said to have family ties in the Basque region. He had studied at some of the world’s most renowned eateries, including Mugaritz in Spain, The Fat Duck in London, and Iggy’s in Singapore.

Basque Kitchen by Aitor ‘s cuisine is modern European with Basque and Singaporean influences. The food in this one-starred Michelin resturant are amazing which proved that it’s possible for a restaurant to be excellent on every level – even if they haven’t spent decades building up their reputation.

Basque Kitchen by Aitor has a dining area that can only accommodate 25 people. The dim lighting and dark wood furniture create a warm atmosphere that encourages you to stay longer at the table, savoring every bite of your meal.

13. Beni

Beni - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Beni – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Beni)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Japanese-French Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttp://www.beni-sg.com/httpdocs/index.html
Address333A Orchard Road, #02-37 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897
Phone+65 9159 3177 |+65 6235 2285
Emailenquiry@beni-sg.com
Operating HoursMonday – Saturday: 12:00 noon – 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Kenji Yamanaka, a Japanese chef who commands multi-Michelin-starred restaurants in France (Georges Blanc Parc & Spa) and Japan (L’Osier), now serves French fine dining cuisine with Japanese ingredients. Ozaki A5 Wagyu Beef from Miyazaki prefecture is one of them.

Beni is a French fine-dining restaurant with Japanese and European influences that serves oriental cuisine. The menu varies depending on the seasonally available ingredients, but signature dishes include melt-in-your-mouth Akaushi beef steak and delectable lobster cooked in sake lees.

Beni’s decor is characterized by simplicity, with gray concrete walls and glass windows. Mandarin Gallery Singapore has a restaurant on the third floor, opposite Beni Juice Bar & Gourmet Market.

14. Braci

Braci - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Braci – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Braci)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Italian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttps://www.braci.sg/
Address52 Boat Quay, #05-01/ #06-01, Singapore 049841
Phone+65 6866 1933
Emailbook@braci.sg
Operating HoursMonday to Saturday: DINNER  1st seating: 6pm, 2nd seating: 8.30pm, Tuesday to Saturday: LUNCH, Noon to 2pm (last order 1pm)

Braci is run by the ilLido Group, which also manages restaurants such as Amo at Hong Kong Street and Aura at National Gallery. Because it occupies the top two stories of a narrow shophouse and requires access via a lift to level 5, the restaurant isn’t visible from street level. Braci is an extremely cozy 20-seater open-kitchen concept that makes you feel like you are a houseguest. It has a warm atmosphere, to say the least, where you can easily see Marina Bay Sands from your vantage point.

Braci is derived from the Italian term for ‘embers,’ therefore much of the cuisine in the kitchen is influenced by wood. You will be able to see the chefs cooking over a shichirin grill in the open kitchen, which has a huge Josper oven. The meal menu for dinner is a brief one-pager where you can pick from the Degustation Menus (four-courses starting at $100 per person) if you prefer to leave it in the hands of the chef.

15. Buona Terra

Buona Terra - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Buona Terra – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Buona Terra)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Italian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttps://www.buonaterra.com.sg/
Address29 Scotts Road, Singapore 228224
Phone(+65) 6733 0209 / (+65) 9456 3147
Emailbuonaterra@chateautcc.com
Operating HoursLunch 12pm – 3:00pm (Monday – Friday), Dinner 6:00pm – 10:30pm (Monday – Saturday), Sunday Closed

Chef Denis Lucchi runs Buona Terra, a fine-dining Italian restaurant with one Michelin star. The location of Buona Terra, which is housed in a colonial building along Scotts Road right next to Ki-Sho, is an intimate area with basic interior furnishings that nevertheless appears elegant. There is also a single intimate nook at the restaurant’s rear, which has been open for eight years!

Buona Terra’s cuisine is influenced by Northern Italy. The Buona Terra Experience 5-course (from S$178++) dinner menu is advised, with minor modifications to the dishes depending on seasonal availability and availability of daily ingredients.

16. Burnt Ends

Burnt Ends - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Burnt Ends – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Burnt Ends)
Key ServicesItalian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttps://burntends.com.sg/
Address20 Teck Lim Road, Singapore 088391
Phone+65 6224 3933
Emaileat@burntends.com.sg
Operating Hours11:45am – 2pm (Friday – Saturday), 6pm – 12am (Tuesday – Saturday), Closed Sunday, Monday

Burnt Ends, a contemporary Australian-style barbecue restaurant that features counter seats and an open kitchen that may well be considered more casual than fine dining. It’s located at Teck Lim Road (a short walk from Singapore’s Chinatown), next to the Burnt End Hotel.

These machines, ovens, and grills have been modified by Chef David Pynt (backed up by Loh Lip Peng and Andre Chiang) to allow food to be smoked, roasted, or cooked directly over coals at 700 degrees Celsius. When the heat is turned up, the tastes become more evident.

The menu is seasonal, and some offerings then included a Pork Tomahawk, Apple and Bourbon Glaze ($23 per 100g), Rump Cap Burnt Onion and Bone Marrow ($26 per 100g), Alfonsino Red Bream ($70 for 5 people) and King Crab and Garlic ($95).

17. Candlenut

Candlenut - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Candlenut – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: comodempsey.sg)
Key ServicesPeranakan Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.comodempsey.sg/restaurant/candlenut
AddressBlock 17A Dempsey Road Singapore, Singapore 249676
Phone+65 1800 304 2288
Operating HoursLUNCH, MON – SUN: 12:00PM – 3:00PM, (Last seating 2:30PM; last order 3:00PM), DINNER, MON – SUN AND EVE OF PUBLIC HOLIDAYS: 6:00PM – 10:00PM (Last seating 9:30PM; last order 10:00PM)

Candlenut Singapore is the first and only Michelin-starred Peranakan Restaurant in the world. Since 2016, chef Malcolm Lee has moved his restaurant twice, from New Bridge Road to COMO Dempsey (2017) and then to a colonial house on Dempsey Hill.

Mr. Lee’s cuisine is Peranakan in origin, drawing on Chinese ingredients and methods. The cuisine has been dubbed ‘eccentric traditional’ since he applies old recipes to completely different foods.

The restaurant’s chefs have a flair for presentation, with meals ranging from bite-size platters with up to 100 possibilities to the more elaborate 20-course tasting menu. Every one of their valued guests is completely satisfied and permitted to eat whatever food they choose without feeling obligated to try the other choices.

The large ceiling, spacious rooms, bamboo lampshades, and hardwood tables contribute to the overall sense of wholesomeness during the meal, as well as the dishes served by caring and pleasant workers.

18. Chef Kang’s Noodle House

Chef Kang's - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Chef Kang’s – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Chef Kang’s)
Key ServicesCantonese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/chefkangs/
Address11 Lor 3 Toa Payoh, Block C Jackson Square, Singapore 319579
Phone+65 8280 2782
Operating HoursTuesday-Sunday: 11:30am–2pm, 5:45–10pm

When Chef Ang Song Kang, better known as Chef Kang, was promoted to one star in the Singapore Michelin Guide 2021, he became even more well-known and prominent.

While he was already well-known in Singapore’s culinary world, few would anticipate the Michelin inspectors to pay attention to this inconspicuous eatery near Little India. It isn’t fine dining, but it makes dining exquisite.

It’s a one-man show in the kitchen, with Chef Ang cooking each meal and his apprentice busy with other tasks such as chopping vegetables.

The restaurant’s interior is a private dining room with just five tables (formerly four), three of which are in secluded rooms, while one is just beside the kitchen.

Chef prepares a Cantonese dish with the freshest ingredients from the marketplace. He goes to Hong Kong and Guangzhou occasionally to get ideas and stock up on unique items. If you visit on a regular basis, he may create some off-menu dishes to keep you hungry for more.

19. Cloudstreet

Cloudstreet - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Cloudstreet – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Cloudstreet)
Key ServicesModern Australian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants
Websitehttps://cloudstreet.com.sg/
Address84 Amoy St, Singapore 069903
Phone+65 6513 7868
Operating HoursTuesday-Sunday: 11:30am–2pm, 5:45–10pm

Chef Rishi Naleendra, known to Singapore for Modern Australian masterpiece Cheek By Jowl and internationally as the first Sri Lankan chef to earn a Michelin star, draws inspiration from his heritage in order to create meals that soar.

However, it would be a mistake for people to assume that they are eating at a Sri Lankan restaurant. Cloudstreet is like its Amoy Street neighbor Nouri in that it is unique and wonderfully defies categorization.

One of these dishes, or a combination of the two, could serve as Cloudstreet’s calling card, since Naleendra’s Modern Australian cuisine is already well-known for one giant step further with deeply personal Sri Lankan nuances. But taken as a whole, with so many different textures, tastes, hues, and scents, they’re almost overwhelming in their uniqueness; you will become accustomed to seeing food that embraces the past, present, and future while also recognizing all of your connections along the way.

Cloudstreet is home to an Art Deco sanctuary with modern, creative flourishes of smart and odd pleasures. Look in the back corner of the private dining area for a bookshelf filled with culinary tomes, several ancient liqueur bottles, and even an unassuming scroll of old Sri Lankan scripts. Take a closer look at the kitchen staffs’ aprons from local design firm Mizbeth, and you’ll notice discreetly placed patches that resemble comic book panels inked with manga zombies and psycho ninja geishas.

20. Corner House

Corner House - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Corner House – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Corner House)
Key ServicesFine Dining Restaurant, French-Asian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://cornerhouse.com.sg/
Address1 Cluny Rd, E J H Corner House Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore 259569
Phone+65 6469 1000
Emailenquiries@cornerhouse.com.sg
Operating HoursTuesday-Sunday: Lunch: 12 pm – 3 pm (last order 1.30 pm), Dinner: 6.30 pm – 11 pm (last order 8.30 pm), Closed on Mondays

The historic house of Eldred John Henry Corner, who worked as the assistant director of Singapore’s Botanic Gardens from 1929 to 1945, serves as the home for Corner House. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At day, sunlight streams through the rooms; at nightfall, warm lighting fills the area with a pleasant dinner time atmosphere.

The majority of visitors here are on a date for their birthday or anniversary; groups of company executives occasionally gather in one of the house’s secluded areas. Everyone is quiet and well-dressed.

The owners of the restaurant also own a wine distributorship, so the wine list is excellent and wide-ranging, dominated by Old World labels.

A renowned Singaporean chef, Jason Tan, serves cutting-edge, produce-driven cuisine in a collection of eclectic ceramics on his own. Every dish contains many components, which demonstrate the team’s craftsmanship and care for detail.

Corner House has garnered a slew of honors since it opened in late 2014. Aside from the great food, the front-of-house personnel provides excellent service.

This is a special-occasion restaurant, with dishes to match. If you come for lunch, you’ll be able to sample Tan’s cuisine at a lower price.

21. Cure

Cure - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Cure – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Cure)
Key ServicesFine Dining Restaurant, French-Asian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.curesingapore.com/
Address21 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089128
Phone+65 6221 2189
Emailreserve@curesingapore.com
Operating HoursLunch: Thursday – Saturday 12.00PM – 2.00PM, Dinner: Tuesday – Saturday 6.00PM

The Cure’s dining room is classic, intimate, and moody. An open kitchen in the back is framed by glossy teal, which captures the essence of this place perfectly. There’s a lot of slate, dark wood, and black here to give it a strong British vibe.

Andrew Walsh, the chef at Cure, takes his culinary talents from his time working under British chefs such as Jason Atherton. The distinctive finger food served at Walsh’s restaurant is sourdough with whisky-brined preserved cabbage and bacon butter, a homage to traditional Irish cabbage and bacon.

The restaurant manager has a clear view of the dining area, and when the frequently young service team stumbles, he’s ready to assist. The service is generally competent and informed.

While the cuisine at Cure tastes like high-end dining, the modest restaurant maintains a low-key atmosphere; it’s ideal for any event thanks to its lack of a dress code.

22. Cut by Wolfgang Puck

Cut by Wolfgang Puck - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Cut by Wolfgang Puck – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Cut by Wolfgang Puck)
Key ServicesSteak Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/cut.html/
Address2 Bayfront Avenue B1-71 Galleria Level The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands Singapore 018972
Phone+65 6688 8517
Operating HoursMonday to Sunday: 5pm to 10pm

Cut by Wolfgang Puck is a steak restaurant in Singapore that many steak enthusiasts should be familiar with. The company’s first Asian location is located in Marina Bay Sands Singapore, where the renowned steakhouse has been rated One Michelin Star since 2016. The interior of the restaurant is decked out in classic New York style, with a dim atmosphere. The romantic atmosphere, I believe, has a significant impact on most of the dining groups that I observed.

There are a lot of cuts of meat to choose from on the menu. The early dinner menu is served between 5:30 and 7 p.m., referred to as the pre-theatre menu, and it’s quite inexpensive at S$95 for a three-course meal.Bread and rosemary-flavored French butter were served with the meal.

The Austrian Oxtail Bouillon, Chervil, Bone Marrow Dumpling; and the Maryland Blue Crab Cake, Heirloom Tomato Relish, Basil Aioli are just a few appetizers to consider.

Cut provides an outstanding service. It will remind you of New York-style service, in which each employee is encouraged to provide excellent service and makes an effort to remember your names. Food is unquestionably good, and this is one restaurant that you should visit if you want to dine in peace while still enjoying a wonderful meal with attentive staff.

23. Esora

Esora - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Esora – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Esora)
Key ServicesJapanese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://www.restaurant-esora.com/
Address15 Mohamed Sultan Rd, Singapore 238964
Phone+65 6365 1266
Operating HoursWednesday: 6pm-10:30pm, Thursday: 12pm-10:30pm, Friday-Sunday: 5:30pm-10:30pm

The Lo & Behold Group’s Esora, has a 26-seater Japanese restaurant in a heritage shophouse and contemporary kappo cuisine – simply defined as “to cut and cook” – plated by chef Koizumi.

At the beginning of your meal, you’re greeted with a cup of warm dashi stock. Chef Koizumi’s dashi includes katsuboshi (dried, fermented skipjack tuna), bonito, and kombu (edible kelp), which blend well with yuzu zest and sake.

The tea pairing, in which both beverages are tailored to one another’s strengths, is the meal’s true triumph. Tea is elevated to an art form here; it’s brewed to ideal temperatures and served in the thinnest, most delicate stemware and champagne coupes.

The seven- and nine-course seasonal menus are priced at $198 and $258 per person, respectively. A nine-course Chef’s Menu is also available for $308 per person. The tea pairings are priced at $38 and $48 for the seven- and nine-course breakfasts, respectively.

24. Garibaldi

Garibaldi - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Garibaldi – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Garibaldi )
Key ServicesItalian Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.garibaldi.com.sg/?lang=en
Address36 Purvis Street #01-02 Singapore 188613
Phone(65) 6837 1468
Emailgaribaldi@garibaldisingapore.com
Operating HoursLunch: 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm, Dinner: 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm

The Garibaldi restaurant in Singapore has a long history. It first opened its doors in 2003 and quickly earned a place among Singapore’s top Italian restaurants.

Executive Chef Roberto Galetti, who runs the kitchen, creates the cuisine that earned them a Michelin star. Buffet lunches are served alongside classic Italian dishes like pumpkin-stuffed pasta.

Italian cuisine is prepared with only the finest quality ingredients. Many of their goods are also imported from Italy straight from the source.

25. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles

Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Taihwa)
Key ServicesItalian Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttp://www.taihwa.com.sg/
Address466 Crawford Ln, #01-12, Singapore 190466
Operating HoursTuesday-Sunday: 9:30am – 9:00pm, Closed Monday

For good reason, Crawford Lane’s Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle has been dubbed Singapore’s best Bak Chor Mee. Having earned a Michelin Star last year, they have again surprised us by retaining the award in this year’s inaugural guide.

The quality of the noodles and fresh ingredients, as well as the insanely delicious sauce and soup, attest to the reputation of its noodles and fresh ingredients among self-described foodies and fans of BCM. If you’ve tried it for yourself, you’ll see that they’ve definitely earned their One Michelin Star rating.

Certainly, getting something priceless food does not happen overnight. It’s no surprise that consumers must wait up to 1-2 hours for a bowl of this Michelin starred street food. That said, it’s expected that the queues will get even longer this year, so be patient.

The pride of Singapore will fill you with Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle. The chef running the stand puts in a lot of effort into each bowl of noodles, and he has fairly mastered it. His dedication, on the other hand, has served him well in his career’s growth and it’s easy to see why a down-to-earth hawker can compete with the many high-end eateries claiming the same name.

26. Iggy’s

Iggy's - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Iggy’s – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Iggy’s)
Key ServicesFine Dining Gastronomic Culture, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.iggys.com.sg/
Address581 Orchard Road Level 3 Hilton Hotel Singapore 238883
Phone+65 6732 2234
Operating HoursTuesday to Saturday: 12pm to 1:30pm (last seating); 6:30pm to 8:30pm (last seating), Closed on Monday & Sunday

The Hilton Singapore’s One-Michelin starred restaurant is housed in an open kitchen design. It is a 32-seat, intimate room with a wooden communal table in the middle. Corner tables are the finest seats at the house.

Iggy’s offers a mix of Japanese and other ingredients in its cuisine. The Gastronomic Menu for dinner costs S$275++, which is an eight-course journey through culinary delights. The menu for the Citi Prestige reservation was almost identical to the Gastronomic Menu, so it was basically the full dining experience.

Michelin-starred restaurants are well worth trying at least once! You’ll discover that they’re not only about good taste, but also about excellent presentation.

27. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine

Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine)
Key ServicesChinese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.imperialtreasure.com/restaurant/ImperialTreasureFineTeochewCuisine-26
Address7 Wallich Street #02 – 01 & #03 – 01, Guoco Tower, Singapore 078884
Phone+65 6384 2722
Emailfineteochew_tpc@imperialtreasure.com
Operating HoursMonday-Friday: 11:30am-3:00pm, 6:00pm-11:00pm, Saturday: 11:00am-3:00pm, 6:00pm-11:00pm, Sunday&PH: 10:30am-3:00pm, 6:00pm-11:00pm

Teochew cuisine, a one-starred Michelin restaurant provides mild, refined flavors and proper preparation methods, necessitates great skill and care. This is why it demands that the required exotic seafood be imported and that the finest chefs be hired to safeguard this outstanding history.

At Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine, you may enjoy a variety of fresh fish, marinated meats, and delectable desserts. The classic Steamed Pomfret in Teochew Style, which melts in your mouth with a delicate sweetness, is sure to win you over. In terms of taste, fresh octopus is excellent accompanied by a squeeze of lime and some salt. Other popular items include marinated sliced octopus, delicate crystal dumplings, and homemade orh ni (yam paste). It’s unlike any other flavor experience.

28. Jag

Jag - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Jag – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Jag)
Key ServicesNo Menu restaurant, Diner’s dietary preference, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.restaurantjag.com/
Address76 Duxton Road, Singapore 089535
Phone+65 3138 8477
Emailreservations@restaurantjag.com
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 11:30am-3:30pm, 6:00pm-10:30pm

Jeremy Anant Gastronomy is the name of JAG. It’s a logical conclusion to Jeremy and Anant’s personalities and hospitality path.

Restaurant JAG is a 1-star Michelin fine dining establishment with a “No Menu” approach. The meal is designed around the diner’s dietary preferences, using seasonal ingredients throughout the year. Wild-foraged Savoie herbs are featured heavily in the cuisine at JAG. At Restaurant JAG, vegetables from the season take center stage.

The dining area at JAG features only 6 tables and can seat 14 people.

Every event is as distinctive as the customer.

29. Labyrinth

Labyrinth - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Labyrinth – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Labyrinth)
Key ServicesFine Dining, Modern Singaporean Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.restaurantlabyrinth.com/
AddressEsplanade Mall, #02-23, Singapore 039802
Phone+65 6223 4098
Emailreservations@labyrinth.com.sg
Operating HoursTuesday to Friday: 12pm – 2.30pm, 6.30pm – 11pm, Saturday & Sunday: 6pm – 11pm

When you think of genuine Singaporean cuisine, you probably don’t consider it to be fine dining. Restaurant Labyrinth, on the other hand, allows you to see (and taste) for yourself how elegantly and refined Chef-Owner LG Han transforms popular local recipes.

Restaurant Labyrinth’s location at the Esplanade Mall has undergone a makeover, with tables and lighting relocated every service to suit the number of customers.

Diners at Restaurant Labyrinth can enjoy walls covered with family heirlooms as well as paintings that combine contemporary cooking styles with traditional techniques.

The lunch and dinner menus are the same, with only slight changes dependent on seasonality of the fruit. The meals are all set courses, each for a different service of the day. The lunch menu is $68-$78, while the Chef’s Tasting Menu is $138-$178 per person. With minor modifications dependent on seasonal availability, the menus generally remain the same.

30. Lei Garden

Lei Garden - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Lei Garden – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Lei Garden)
Key ServicesCantonese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurant
Websitehttps://leigarden.hk/
Address30 Victoria St, #01-24 Chijmes, Singapore 187996
Phone+65 6339 3822
Emailbooking@leigardengroup.com
Operating HoursTuesday to Friday: 12pm – 2.30pm, 6.30pm – 11pm, Saturday & Sunday: 6pm – 11pm

The Lei Garden Restaurant Group was founded in 1973 by Mr Chan Shu Kit, a Cantonese-style restaurant owner. It began as a traditional Cantonese restaurant and has expanded into a multi-national award-winning restaurant conglomerate with its own farm in Southern China and factory in Hong Kong.

In1981, Lei Garden was given a Michelin star and has since been acknowledged as such. Leige garden restaurant in Singapore is recognized with One Michelin Star in the 2021 edition of the MICHELIN guide Singapore.

Lei Garden’s exquisite dining Cantonese cuisine has been recognized for excellence by the local and international culinary awards.

31. Lerouy

Lerouy - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Lerouy – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Lerouy)
Key ServicesCantonese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://lerouy.com/
Address104 Amoy St, Singapore 069924
Phone+65 6221 3639
Emailcontact@lerouy.com
Operating HoursTuesday – Saturday: Lunch 12pm to 2pm – last order 1.45pm, Dinner 6.30pm to 11pm – last order 8.45pm, Closed on Sundays & Mondays

Chef Christophe Leroy, who oversaw Alma by Juan Amador’s one-star rating in 2016, now runs the establishment at its new location on Amoy Street.

At Leroy, you may dine at one of two seatings: a lunch seating that runs from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., and a dinner service that starts at 6 p.m. and ends at 10 p.m on weekdays (excluding Fridays for dinner).

When you walk in, you’ll encounter industrial chic décor with a soothing efficiency that buzzes around both tables. It’s a completely counter-seat dining experience at Lerouy, so you may enjoy the culinary action up front.

The Grand Dinner was a lavish tour of the contemporary French culinary landscape, expertly guided by its namesake chef. The decor is not overly formal, yet it’s nice because you can see your food being prepared in front of you. If you’re in the mood to pamper yourself, this is definitely worth a shot!

32. Ma Cuisine

Ma Cuisine - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Ma Cuisine – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Ma Cuisine)
Key ServicesFrench Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://macuisinesg.com/
Address38 Craig Rd, Singapore 089676
Phone+65 6224 1838
Emailresv@macuisinesg.com
Operating HoursMonday to Saturday 5pm to 12 am (11.45 pm last order)

Located in two conjoined shophouses, Ma Cuisine in Singapore has branded itself as a gastro-wine bar with one of the most extensive offerings of both new and old world wines in the nation, alongside Asia’s largest port collection. These claims are assuredly backed up by the 3,000 bottles of wine from over 600 labels.

Ma Cuisine is divided into four distinct spaces — a charming alfresco area, a wine cellar, port vault and the main dining area. Raw wood furnishings and the red leather banquettes that line its walls give the restaurant an industrial, but homely vibe. The space is livened up with accessories that hint at the duo’s passion for vino, such as the one-of-a-kind Hubert Le Gall mirror designed to look like champagne bubbles, and tables etched with wine crate labels.

The wine list at Ma Cuisine, curated by sommelier Charmetant, is the lifeblood of the gastro-bar. Those who truly appreciate wine should go to the cellar and search through the gems proudly displayed on honey-coloured shelves, such as a complete selection of Chateau Lafite Rothschilds, and Chateau Y’quem’s finest vintages.

Ma Cuisine’s cuisine programme, on the other hand, is a refreshing take on French cooking that strips it of all pretentiousness. We enjoyed four dishes at the gastro-bar, each accompanied by a wine.

Ma Cuisine excels in two key areas: it serves wine options that are comparable to some of Singapore’s most expensive wine bars without succumbing to the frills and snobbery that plague them.

33. Meta

Meta - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Meta – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Meta)
Key ServicesFrench Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://metarestaurant.sg/
Address1 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089109
Phone+65 6513 0898
Emailreservations@metarestaurant.sg
Operating HoursDinner: Tuesday & Wednesday, 6:30pm to 11:15pm (Last seating at 8:15pm), Dinner: Thursday – Saturday, 6:30pm to 11:15pm (Last seating at 8:15pm), Lunch: Thursday – Saturday,12pm to 3pm (Last seating at 1pm)

Meta — the name is derived from “metamorphosis” and translates to “change” — opens its doors at Keong Saik Road with the objective of preserving its roots and customs while simultaneously offering an innovative dining experience. The restaurant, which fuses Asian flavors into French cuisine’s traditions, exemplifies the notion of mixing Asian tastes into Western practices.

The interior design of the modest restaurant is done in earth tones with a minimal number of colors. The dining environment is attractive yet elegant, thanks to the use of reflecting marble tiles and slightly lowered lights.

Diners may select between the $128++ per person set dinner (inclusive of all the items listed) or the $88++ per person set dinner (excludes Oyster with Pomelo, Lemon and Ginger, Sea Bass with Clams, Fregola and Basil, and White Chocolate Wasabi Cream with Sesame Sponge).

34. Nouri

Nouri - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Nouri – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Nouri)
Key ServicesFrench Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttp://nouri.com.sg/
Address72 Amoy St, Singapore 069891
Phone+65 6221 4148
Emailinfo@nouri.com.sg
Operating HoursLunch · Wed to Sun, 11:30 am – 3:00 pm, Last order at 2:30 pm, Dinner · Wed to Sun, 6:00 pm – 12:00 am, Last order at 9:00 pm, Closed on Monday,Tuesday

Ivan Brehm, as part owner and chef of Nouri, has an impressive career background that includes working at some of the world’s best restaurants, including as a development chef in The Fat Duck’s experimental kitchen for four years. Nouri debuted in 2017 and earned one its first Michelin star on its first year.

Nouri refers to the term nourish, which is a reference to the restaurant’s cuisine feeding the guests; but Brehm also wants that name to encourage people to be considerate towards others.

At Nouri, Brehm develops what he calls “crossroads cuisine,” an exploration of ingredients and cultures from various places coming together at the junction.

The open kitchen is highlighted in this modern, minimalist dining room. There are no tablecloths here; the atmosphere is relaxed, even as the cuisine is exquisite. Chefs frequently serve customers while also operating a restaurant and utilizing Brehm’s open-kitchen concept to engage with clients directly because he feels it adds ‘human touch’ back into the food.

Brahm’s ethnicity is varied, including Italian, German, Brazilian and Spanish. He credits his multiethnic background with allowing him to have a more accepting attitude toward other cultures, even those not of his own. The innovative tasting menu includes an Italian risotto flavored with Japanese yuzu kosho or a local snapper served with French rouille in the eclectic tasting menu.

35. Oshino

Oshino - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Oshino – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Oshino)
Key ServicesJapanese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttp://oshino.sg/
Address328 North Bridge Rd, #01-11, Singapore 188719
Phone+65 9012 3938
Operating HoursLunch: 12.00pm to 2.30pm, Dinner: 6.00pm to 10.30pm, Closed on Sunday and Monday

Dining at Oshino is like stepping into a dream, particularly if the subject of your desires is a genuinely magnificent meal that will appeal to every taste bud. You will feel better about life after dining at Oshino, knowing that they’ve had an experience unlike anything else in the world, which could only have been conceived and produced by a chef who feels that sharing his passion for delicious food is a sacred responsibility.

Oshino serves such amazing cuisine that it urges you to write poetry – a haiku, of course. While it’s nice not having to worry about choosing from the menu, Oshino doesn’t allow you (for most of the time) to create a mouthful. It’s been done for you. Some people find this a violation of civil rights, but when you put your faith in the chef – as you must do when traveling down the omakase path – and that chef is excellent, the lack of selection becomes an important element of the experience. Koichiro has been practicing his art for over 30 years and has established a reputation as a great Edomae sushi chef.

You won’t need to make any decisions. You will not be dissatisfied if you trust Chef Koichiro.

36. Putien

Putien - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Putien – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Putien)
Key ServicesChinese Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.putien.com/
Address127 Kitchener Rd, Singapore 208514
Phone+65 6295 6358
Emailfeedback@putien.com
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: 10:00am – 10:00pm

PUTIEN began as a no-frills coffee shop-style restaurant in Kitchener Road, specializing in Heng Hwa cuisines, in 2000.

The Michelin Guide recognized it in 2016, recognizing its Causeway Bay outlet as a Bib Gourmand Restaurant and giving one Michelin Star to its Kitchener Road location every year.

PUTIEN, a restaurant founded in Putian (a Fujian coastal suburb), has its menu that is dedicated to its namesake city and reflects the area’s history: fresh, light, and revitalizing.

37.Rhubarb

Rhubarb - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Rhubarb – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Rhubarb)
Key ServicesFrench Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.rhubarb.sg/
Address3 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089589
Phone+65 8127 5001
Emailpaul@rhubarb.sg
Operating HoursMonday-Tuesday, Thursday-Saturday: Lunch 12pm-2.15pm (last order), Dinner 6.30pm-9.30pm (last order), Closed on Monday and Wednesday

In terms of cuisine, chef Paul Longworth is no amateur. He began his career in a number of renowned British restaurants before moving to Singapore in 2009 and working at several eateries before joining the “Petit Salut.”

Then he met Jerome Desfonds and Alice Low-Ang, who became his two business partners. Rhubarb, a small restaurant that serves gourmet French cuisine, was created by the three as part of an ambitious project in one of the world’s most dynamic cities.

There’s nothing noisy or anonymous about this restaurant: an open kitchen allows guests to watch the chef and his crew as they work, generating for a lively atmosphere. The elegant decor is based on neutral tones with beige and grey accents punctuated by a few colorful paintings.

Lunch may be ordered à la carte, but there’s also a three-course set menu and a “surprise” tasting menu on offer.

Rhubarb is without a doubt one of Singapore’s best places for French cuisine, yet there are several other choices. This restaurant, with just seven seats, will bring you joy with its intimacy and exclusivity.Such an atmosphere allows you to chat and savor a delectable event while appreciating the lovely presentation of the dishes on offer.

38. Shang Palace

Shang Palace - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Shang Palace – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Shang Palace)
Key ServicesCantonese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttp://www.shangri-la.com/singapore/shangrila/dining/restaurants/shang-palace/
Address22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350
Phone(65) 6213 4398
EmailDining.sls@shangri-la.com
Operating HoursLunch: 12pm – 2.30pm (Monday – Friday), 11am – 3pm (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays), Dinner: 6pm – 10pm (Monday – Sunday), Last order at 9.30pm

Shang Palace is a Cantonese restaurant that has been in operation since 1971 and specializes in the sophistication, wealth, and energy of Chinese cuisine. While flavors are reminiscent of the past, they are developed with today’s palate in mind. Chef Mok Kit Keung is behind the restaurant’s harmony of old and new, an experienced veteran for over 40 years.

For the food, inspiration comes from Chef Mok’s own background, his insatiable thirst for knowledge, and his adventures. In the kitchen, Chef Mok imparts knowledge and encourages future generations of chefs. Asian elegance and hospitality are cultivated on the floor as families with several generations have dined at these tables. Legacies are safeguarded at Shang Palace.

The restaurant’s success is a testament to its dedication to the art, as it has received the coveted MICHELIN star in the 2021 Singapore MICHELIN Guide and continues to surprise visitors.

39. Shinji (Bras Basah Road)

Shinji (Bras Basah) - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Shinji (Bras Basah) – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Shinji (Bras Basah))
Key ServicesSushi Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://shinjibykanesaka.com/
Address76 Bras Basah Rd, Singapore 189558
Phone+65 6338 6131
Emailreservations@shinjibykanesaka.com
Operating HoursMonday – Saturday: 12pm-3pm; 6pm-10:30pm

Shinji Kanesaka’s first overseas location features a hinoki counter where you can observe the chefs prepare high-quality Edomae-style sushi.

Tuna is the soul and heart of this sushi restaurant, which is why it’s still at the top of every customer’s list. For all his restaurants, Kanesaka-san makes the trip to the fish market himself every morning. The omakase menu is a must-try. Reservations are strongly encouraged.

40. Shinji (Tanglin Road)

Shinji (Tanglin Road) - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Shinji (Tanglin Road) – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Shinji (Tanglin Road))
Key ServicesSushi Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://shinjibykanesaka.com/
Address29 Tanglin Rd, Singapore 247911
Phone+65 6884 8239
Emailreservations@shinjibykanesaka.com
Operating HoursMonday – Saturday: 12pm-3pm; 6pm-10:30pm

The follow-up to the highly regarded Shinji restaurant is well received for its quality, freshness, and price. It’s also a wonderful spot to socialize with friends or do business.

The omakase menu is recorded on an easy-to-read paperboard, allowing you to discover Chef Kanesaka’s favorite meals for the day. Always expect high-quality tuna, such as Tuna (toro).

41. Sommer

Sommer - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Sommer – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Sommer)
Key ServicesFine Dining, European Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.sommerdining.com/
Address2 Marina Blvd, #01-02, Singapore 018987
Phone+65 6436 3668
Emailreservations@sommerdining.com
Operating HoursTuesday – Saturday, Lunch: 12 PM – 2 PM, Dinner: 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM

Sommer is helmed by a young toque with all the makings of a confident but unaffected chef. Lewis Barker, a 27-year-old newcomer who makes his debut as head chef at this stylish yet laid-back contemporary European restaurant on the ground floor of The Sail on Marina Boulevard.

The kitchen’s well-executed dishes, highlighted by their modest design and plating, start to stand out early in the meal. The trio of appetizers that precedes the main course—elegant yet not overdressed hors d’oeuvres intended to make a statement in the mouth—is one such example.

The menu, in addition, meets all of its goals. This just goes to show that before long, we will be pleasantly surprised by wonderfully innovative culinary delights that gourmands would return for.

42. Summer Palace

Summer Palace - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Summer Palace – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Summer Palace)
Key ServicesCantonese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://regentsingapore.com.sg/dining/summer-palace/
Address1 Cuscaden Road Level 3 Regent Singapore, Singapore 249715
Phone+65 6725 3288
Emailsummerpalace@regentsingapore.com.sg
Operating HoursLunch Hours: 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm (Monday-Friday), Weekends & Public Holiday: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, Dinner Hours: 6 pm – 9:30 pm daily (last order at 9 pm)

Since the publication of the Michelin Singapore guide in 2016, Regent Singapore’s Summer Palace has been recognized for its classic Cantonese cuisine and enormous dim sum selection. The establishment, which is on the third level of the hotel, has gained a solid reputation.

Executive Chinese Chef Liu Ching Hai and Dim Sum Chef Leong Kwok Sing’s culinary expertise and technical skill come together in the restaurant’s set menus, which are available for lunch and dinner. The restaurant also has two private dining rooms that may be reserved for private business or social gatherings.

43. Summer Pavilion

Summer Pavilion - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Summer Pavilion – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Summer Pavilion)
Key ServicesChinese Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/singapore/dining/summer-pavilion
Address7 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039799
Phone+65 6434 5286
Operating HoursMonday-Sunday: Lunch: 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, Dinner: 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm

There are plenty of excellent Chinese restaurants in Singapore, however it might be difficult to locate one that meets all of the criteria for ambience, service, culinary craftsmanship, and presentation. Summer Pavilion at The Ritz-Carlton, Milllenia Singapore is a relief with its sleek contemporary interiors and a zen-like Chinese garden that makes a good first impression.

The restaurant, which is run by Chinese executive chef and Hong Kong native Cheung Siu Kong, has earned a well-deserved reputation for producing carefully refined Cantonese food and dim sum. For the third year in a row, it has been awarded with a Michelin star.

The strange flourishes here could be a clue to the more experimental course chef Cheung will take the restaurant in the future. Given enough time and space, it might signal an exciting new era in great Chinese cuisine in Singapore. During the meantime, guests who are interested in checking out Summer Pavilion’s cuisine should make a reservation as soon as possible, since this menu will only be available for a short time.

44. Sushi Ichi

Sushi Ichi - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Sushi Ichi – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Sushi Ichi)
Key ServicesSushi Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttp://www.ginza-sushiichi.jp/english/shop/singapore.html
Address320 Orchard Rd, #01-04 Weddings at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Singapore 238865
Phone+65 6235 5514
Emailinfosg@ginza-sushiichi.jp
Operating HoursMonday-Saturday: Lunch: 12:00 – 14:30 (Last Seating 13:45, Last Order 14:00), Dinner: 18:00 – 23:00, (Last Seating 20:30, Last Order 21:30) Dinner (Sunday): 18:00 – 22:00, (Last Seating 19:45, Last Order 20:30)

After winning a Michelin star in Singapore, ‘beat’ing other popular hot spots such as Hashida Sushi and Aoki Restaurant, Ginza Ichi Sushi Ichi further cemented its status.

The intimate 23-seat restaurant is a spinoff of the award-winning Ginza Sushi Ichi in Tokyo, directed by 34-year-old executive Head Chef Masakazu Ishibashi, better known as Masa. He comes from a long line of sushi restaurant owners, and he takes great pleasure in offering his guests with high-quality sushi.

The interior is reminiscent of a high-end sushi restaurant, with the sushi makers in full view of customers, using a 200-year-old cypress counter. However, if some people choose to speak louder, you may be able to hear the entire discussion.

The most luxurious option for lunch would be Botan, which costs $150 plus ($100+ for the appetizer and 10-piece nigiri sushi, $150 for Botan). The cheapest alternative is usually lunch, which comes with Tubaki at $100-$200 (appetite, 10-piece nigiri sushi, roll sushi, miso soup, and desert. Dinner options can also be selected for lunch.

For dinner, you may choose the omakase nigiri for $220+ (appetizer, nigiri sushi, small dish, roll sushi, miso soup and desert), sashimi ichi course for $300+ (appetizer, assorted sashimi, various dishes) or the Omakase at $430+ (no fiexed menu)

45. Sushi Kimura

Sushi Kimura - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Sushi Kimura – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Sushi Kimura)
Key ServicesSushi Restaurant, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.sushikimura.com.sg/
Address390 Orchard Rd, #01-07, Singapore 238871
Phone+65 6734 3520
Emailinfo@sushikimura.com.sg
Operating HoursMondays to Sundays: Lunch 12:30 – 15:00 (last seating 1:30pm), Dinner 19:00 – 22:00 (last seating: 7:30pm)

Sushi Kimura, a one-Michelin-starred sushi restaurant in Palais Renaissance, is located in a secluded area. The fine dining sushi restaurant focuses on Edomae-style sushi that’s made with fish air-flown from Tsukiji Fish Market, Yamagata prefecture rice for sushi rice, and only high quality ingredients.

Tomoo Kimura, a top-notch chef with experience at several fine dining and Michelin-starred restaurants, is a perfectionist. He makes certain that every dish is prepared with only the highest quality ingredients and presented to great effect. He prepares his exclusively sourced sushi rice in Hokkaido spring water rather than regular tap water.

Chef Kimura specializes in fish aging and has a passion for creating unusual dishes that are rarely found on Japanese restaurants’ menus in Singapore. The pleasant chef greets his guests with a big smile and succinctly explains each dish.

46. Table65

Table 65 - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Table 65 – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Table 65)
Key ServicesEuropean Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.rwsentosa.com/en/restaurants/table65
Address26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-104 & 105 Hotel Michael, Singapore 098138
Phone+65 6577 7939
Emailtable65@rwsentosa.com
Operating HoursTuesday – Saturday: (Closed on Sunday & Monday), Dinner: 6pm (1st Seating); 8.30pm (2nd Seating) 

When game-changers enter a country’s culinary scene, its food culture flourishes. Singapore isn’t unfamiliar with game-changing culinary forces, but Dutch celebrity chef Richard van Oostenbrugge takes it to the next level.

At Resorts World Sentosa, the chef, who holds two Michelin stars at Bord’Eau Restaurant Gastronomique in Amsterdam, is bringing his distinctive method of operation. This is his first trip to Asia.

In this restaurant, van Oostenbrugge scorns the traditional formalities of fine dining – such as a white tablecloth, luxurious chandeliers and snazzy upholstered chairs – in favor of enhancing the sensory experience with cool light projections to highlight cuisine and a stainless-steel open kitchen that puts on a variety of culinary theatrics throughout the evening.

The modestly equipped restaurant, which only serves dinner from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., serves high-quality European cuisine with international influences. It offers two tasting menus, starting with a trio of seafood-themed amuse bouches ($148 for five courses and $218 for eight course tasting menu).

47. Terra

Terra - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Terra – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Terra)
Key ServicesJapanese-Italian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://terraseita.com/
Address54 Tras St, Singapore 078993
Phone+65 9751 2145
Operating HoursMonday-Friday: 12pm – 2.30pm (last orders at 1.30pm), 6.30pm – 10.30pm (last orders at 8.30pm); Saturday: 6.30pm – 10.30pm (last orders at 8.30pm), Closed on Sunday

The most flexible fine-dining restaurant in Singapore, with the menu changing regularly depending on the uniqueness of hand-picked seasonal ingredients. Chef Seita Nakahara tailors his omakase cuisine to suit each guest’s requirements and preferences, ensuring that every trip to Terra is a unique and memorable experience.

The interior is a combination of light wood, delicate pastel blue hues, and a flower brick wall with metal sculptures of cattle. A garden wall with windows and glass panels provides a sense of warmth that makes you feel at ease. It’s not exactly conventional, but it still has a pleasant and non-threatening ambiance that puts you at ease.

With its food carefully prepared and deliciously fresh after being molded in the hands of Chef Seita, Terra is a Michelin-starred restaurant that truly delivers. Terra is the ideal location for a nice meal with friends and family, and it has warm service as well as a relaxing atmosphere.

48. Thevar

Thevar - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Thevar – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Thevar)
Key ServicesIndian Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://thevar.sg/
Address9 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089117
Phone+65 9750 8275
Emailreservations@thevar.sg
Operating HoursTuesday to Saturday: 5:30 PM – Late, Closed on Sunday & Monday

Thevar is a contemporary Indian restaurant in the center of lively and bustling Keong Saik that serves traditional dishes with a unique twist, spices that will astound your senses.

The chef’s cuisine that may be found on the restaurant’s menu will reflect Chef Mano’s culinary education and experiences. Chef Manogren Murugan Thevar from Penang rules the kitchen and wants us to sample the enormous potential of Indian cuisine for locals outside of thosai and butter chicken. Expect not to find grandma’s recipes; his approach is innovative, contemporary, and at the very least unexpected.

The narrow and long entryway, as well as the kitchen’s exposure to guests, metaphorically represents breaking down preconceptions when eating Indian food.

49. Whitegrass

Whitegrass - Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Whitegrass – Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore (Credit: Whitegrass)
Key ServicesFrench-Japanese Cuisine, Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore
Websitehttps://www.whitegrass.com.sg/
Address30 Victoria St, #01-26/27 Chijmes, Singapore 187996
Phone+65 6837 0402
Emailreservations@whitegrass.com.sg
Operating HoursLunch: Tuesday – Saturday: 12:00pm – 2:30pm (Last seating 2:00pm), Dinner: Tuesday – Saturday: 6:00pm – 10:30pm (Last seating 9:00pm), Sunday and Monday: closed

In its first magnificent existence, the dawn of Whitegrass was a sign for the unexpected and exciting. Sam Aisbett, who rapidly ascended Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list and secured a Michelin star along the way, produced cuisine that crossed beyond its Modern Australian origins with a preternatural blend of tastes, textures, and techniques drawn from his travels across Asia. The end result was a cuisine that was entirely unique to him.

Chef Takuya Yamashita, the new head chef, has a distinct approach. His deep spiritual respect for ingredients drives him to develop meals with maturity and sophistication that suggest his 32 years. His cuisine is the sort of French-Japanese fusion that is rarely seen in Singapore, owing to how delicate and even austere this kind of food can be. Chef Yamashita’s isn’t the exception. He was born and raised in Nara, Japan, before moving to Paris to study cooking.

Michelin Star Restaurants Singapore

Michelin restaurants are so exceptional, they deserve their own category. They’re the best of the best and offer unparalleled service that will make your mouth water! If you’re looking for the ultimate foodie experience, then look no further than Singapore! It’s got some of the best restaurants in Asia and it has even more Michelin stars. Check out our list of 49 best Michelin starred restaurants to help you find your next awesome dining experience-we hope you enjoy this list as much as we do!

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What does it mean when a restaurant has a Michelin star?

Michelin stars are a rating system used by the Michelin Guide to rank restaurants. Restaurants that are awarded one star are considered to be u0022worth a stop,u0022 while those with two or three stars are considered to be u0022worth a detouru0022 and u0022worth a journey,u0022 respectively. The Michelin star rating system is widely considered to be one of the most prestigious accolades that a restaurant can receive.

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There are two restaurants in Singapore that have been awarded three Michelin stars: Joel Robuchon Restaurant and L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. These restaurants offer some of the best cuisine in Singapore, and are highly sought after by food critics and gourmands alike. Additionally, both of these restaurants have been awarded the prestigious distinction of being u0022Michelin 3-starred restaurantsu0022, which is a rare honor that is only bestowed upon the very best establishments in the world.

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There are currently seven Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore. These include Joel Robuchon Restaurant, Les Amis, Odette, Burnt Ends, and Waku Ghin. Additionally, there are two restaurants that have been awarded two Michelin stars: Andre and L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. These restaurants offer some of the best cuisine in Singapore, and are highly sought after by food critics and gourmands alike.

How do I get a Michelin star in Singapore?

There is no definitive answer to this question, as different people may have different opinions on the matter. Some experts suggest that restaurants must meet strict criteria in order to be considered for a Michelin star, such as having a high-quality menu, exceptional service, and unique décor. Others believe that the Michelin star rating system is subjective and that there is no surefire way to guarantee that a restaurant will be awarded a star.

How difficult is it to get a Michelin star?

There is no clear answer to this question, as there are many factors that can influence a restaurant’s chances of earning a Michelin star. Some experts have suggested that restaurants must meet strict criteria in order to be considered for a Michelin star, such as having high-quality food, exceptional service, and unique décor. Other pundits believe that the Michelin star rating system is subjective and can be influenced by a variety of factors, such as the restaurant’s reputation or level of prestige. Ultimately, it can be difficult to get a Michelin star for a restaurant, as there are many factors that need to be considered and evaluated. However, with hard work and dedication, it is possible for a restaurant to earn this prestigious accolade. chef de cuisine Michelin bib gourmand restaurants young chef award chef owner Dave Pynt

Are Michelin inspectors anonymous?

Yes, Michelin inspectors are anonymous. This is because the Michelin guide Singapore 2022 wants to ensure that inspectors are not influenced by a restaurant’s reputation or fame. Additionally, anonymity allows inspectors to be more objective in their evaluations, as they are not biased towards any particular restaurant.

Which chef has most Michelin stars?

There is no clear answer to this question, as there are many factors that can influence a restaurant’s chances of earning a Michelin star. Some experts have suggested that restaurants must meet strict criteria in order to be considered for a Michelin star, such as having high-quality food, exceptional service, and unique décor. Other pundits believe that the Michelin star rating system is subjective and can be influenced by a variety of factors, such as the restaurant’s reputation or level of prestige. Ultimately, it can be difficult to get a Michelin star for a restaurant, as there are many factors that need to be considered and evaluated. However, with hard work and dedication, it is possible for a restaurant to earn this prestigious accolade. chef de cuisine Michelin bib gourmand restaurants young chef award chef owner Dave Pynt

What are some examples of Michelin-starred restaurants?

Some examples of Michelin-starred restaurants include El Bulli in Spain, Le Bernardin in New York City, and Osteria Francescana in Italy. These restaurants are known for their high-quality food and exceptional service, and have earned widespread recognition and praise from critics and diners alike. Additionally, many Michelin-starred chefs have become household names, thanks in part to the prestige and fame that comes with having a Michelin star.

What are some popular Michelin-starred dishes?

There is no definitive answer to this question, as different people may have different opinions on the matter. Some popular Michelin-starred dishes include foie gras, truffle risotto, and lobster. These dishes are often considered to be some of the best examples of haute cuisine, and are typically only found at the most exclusive and expensive restaurants.

What is the difference between a one-star and a three-star restaurant?

There is no definitive answer to this question, as different people may have different opinions on the matter. Some experts suggest that a one-star restaurant is considered to be high-quality, but not at the same level as a two or three-star restaurant. Others believe that there are many factors that contribute to a restaurant’s star rating, such as the quality of the food, the service, and the décor. Ultimately, it is up to the individual diner to decide which restaurants they consider to be worthy of a Michelin star Singapore.u003cbru003e