The wait is finally over! We now have our very own Michelin Guide Singapore! And the best part of all, we’re the first Southeast Asian country, and only the fourth Asian nation after Japan, Hong Kong and Macau, to be rated by the Michelin Guide.

Michelin Star classification

The Guide conveys its review through brief summaries and with every prestigious ‘star’. Restaurants may receive zero to 3 stars for the quality of their food. The Star classification:

Image source: Michelin Guide Singapore
Image source: Michelin Guide Singapore

Without further ado, here are the starred dining establishments that made it to the 2016 Guide!

1 Starred Dining Establishment

1. Amla by Juan Amador – Goodwood Park Hotel

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Image source: alma

2. Bacchanalia – HongKong Street
3. Beni – Mandarin Gallery
4. Candlenut -New Bridge Road
5. Corner House – Botanic Gardens

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Image source: six&seven

6. Crystal Jade Golden Palace – Paragon Shopping Centre
7. CUT by Wolfgang Puck – Marina Bay Sands
8. Forest – Resorts World Sentosa
9. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle – Crawford Lane

Image source: Straits Times SEAH KWANG PENG
Image source: Straits Times SEAH KWANG PENG

10. Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle – Chinatown Food Complex
11. Jaan, Swissotel – The Stamford
12. Lei Garden – Chijmes

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Image source: Singapore guide

13. Osia – Resorts World Sentosa
14. Putien- Kitchener Road
15. Rhubarb Le Restaurant – Duxton Hill
16. Shinji by Kanesaka – Raffles Hotel

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Image source: Hungry Hoss

17. Shinji by Kanesaka – The St Regis Singapore
18. Summer Pavilion-  The Ritz-Carlton Millenia
19. Sushi Ichi – Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
20. Terra Tokyo-Italian – Tras Street

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Image source: Terra Tokyo Italian

21.The Song Of India – Scotts Road
22. Waku Ghin – Marina Bay Sands

2 Starred Dining Establishments

1. Restaurant Andre – Bukit Pasoh Road

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Image source: Daniel Food Diary

2. L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon – Resorts World Sentosa

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Image source: RWScoop

3. Les Amis, Shaw Centre – Scotts Road

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Image source: Miss Tam Chiak

4. Odette – National Gallery Singapore

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Image source: Silver Kris

5. Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro – Mandarin Orchard Singapore

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Image source: So Shiok

6. Shoukouwa – One Fullerton 

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Image source: Asia Tatler

And The First And Only 3 Starred Dining Establishment

Joël Robuchon Restaurant – Resort World Sentosa

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Image source: Luxuo
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Image source: SG Now

Wow, what a list! Did your favourite restaurant make it to the Guide? How many of these restaurants have you tried? We don’t know about you, but we’re certainly going to try as many as we can!

Header image source: RWScoop

Also, read Verdict Is Out! Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore For Best Food Under $45

 
 
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