The latest Michelin guide for Hong Kong and Macau has ranked some of Hong Kong’s top restaurants.
The South China Morning Post reported that the new entrant to the three star category is T’ang Court.
It joins five other establishments which held three stars from last year’s guide – Bo Innovation, 8 ½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana, Sushi Shikon, L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon, and Lung King Heen.
Fifteen restaurants were awarded two stars this year, with two new entries being Forum in Causeway Bay and Ming Court in Mong Kok.
The other restaurants are Amber, Caprice, Celebrity Cuisine, Duddell’s, Ming Court, Pierre, Shang Palace, Summer Palace, Sun Tung Lok Chinese Cuisine, Tenku Ryu Gin, Tin Lung Heen, Wagyu Takumi and Yan Toh Heen.
Four new restaurants received one star this year – ON Dining, Peking Garden, Serge et le phoque and Ta Vie.
They joined Ah Yat Harbour View Restaurant, Akrame, CIAK – In The Kitchen, Fook Lam Moon, Fu Ho Restaurant, Golden Leaf, Golden Valley, Guo Fu Lou, Ho Hung Kee, Jardin de Jade, Kam’s Roast Goose, Kazuo Okada, Lei Garden (Central, Kowloon Bay, Mong Kok, North Point, Sha Tin, Wan Chai), Loaf On, Man Wah, Mandarin Grill + Bar, MIC Kitchen, Pang’s Kitchen, Seasons by Olivier E.,Sing Kee Seafood Restaurant, Spoon by Alain Ducasse, Tate Dining Room & Bar, The Boss, THE STEAK HOUSE winebar + grill, Tim Ho Wan, the Dim-Sum Specialists (North Point, Sham Shui Po), Tosca. Yat Lok Restaurant, Yu Lei, YUE, Yè Shanghai (TST), Wagyu Kaiseki Den and Zhejiang Heen.
This year was the first year that Michelin included Hong Kong’s street food, listing 23 establishments.
Photograph of L’atelier de Joel Robuchon: Wikimedia