Michelin Announced List of Top Restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau

The Michelin 2024 edition brings forth new stars and promotions with additions such as Cristal Room by Anne-Sophie Pic, Feuille, and The Legacy House in Hong Kong, along with Chef Tam’s Seasons in Macau.

Michelin Announced List of Top Restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau

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These establishments epitomize culinary excellence earning their coveted Michelin stars through attention to quality, flavor, and presentation.

While some restaurants bask in the glory of their newfound stars, others face the sting of demotion. Noi at the Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong and The Huaiyang Garden at The Londoner Macao ascend to two Michelin stars. However, establishments like The Eight in Macau experience a downgrade.

Behind every Michelin star lies dedication and passion. Chef Jack Xiao of The Huaiyang Garden in Macau recounts his rollercoaster of emotions upon hearing the announcement.

Meanwhile, Chef Shinya Goshima of Godenya expresses surprise and gratitude upon receiving the Sommelier Award.

The Michelin Guide shines a spotlight on sustainable dining practices. Restaurants like Feuille, Roganic, and Mora receive the prestigious Michelin Green Star, recognizing their commitment to reducing food waste and sourcing locally-sourced produce.

These establishments tantalize taste buds and also champion eco-friendly gastronomy. Hong Kong welcomed several new one-star establishments, including Cristal Room by Anne-Sophie Pic, Feuille, Mora, Racines, and The Legacy House.

In Macau, Sushi Kinetsu joined the prestigious list. Noi in Hong Kong, helmed by Spanish chef Paulo Airaudo, earned its second star within a year of receiving the first.

The Huaiyang Garden at The Londoner Macao also gained its second star. The Eight in Macau lost one of its three stars, while Sun Tong Lok in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, went from two stars to one. Additionally, Jardin de Jade in Wan Chai, Hong Kong, lost its one-Michelin-star status.

Chef Jack Xiao of The Huaiyang Garden expressed his relief upon receiving the second Michelin star after initial anxiety over not being among the one-star recipients.

Shinya Goshima of Godenya received the Sommelier Award, Lydia Yung of The Legacy House was honored with the Service Award, and Choi Ming Fai of Mora received the Young Chef Award. Feuille, along with other establishments like Amber, Mora, and Roganic, received the Michelin Green Star.

Economic challenges by the pandemic and an exodus of expatriates led to the closure of establishments such as The Araki and Écriture, despite their esteemed culinary offerings.

To stimulate the restaurant industry, the government of Hong Kong distributed dining vouchers to residents and implemented measures to attract tourists to the city.

Hong Kong has a total of 79 starred restaurants, including seven three-star establishments. Macau features 16 starred restaurants, with two three-starred venues.

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The Full List of Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Michelin Guide Hong Kong 2024:

Three stars (7 restaurants)

  • 8 ½ Otto E Mezzo – Bombana
  • Caprice
  • Forum
  • L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
  • Sushi Shikon
  • Ta Vie
  • T’ang Court

Two stars (12 restaurants)

  • Amber
  • Arbor
  • Bo Innovation
  • Lai Ching Heen
  • L’Envol
  • Lung King Heen
  • Noi – Promoted
  • Octavium Rùn
  • Tate Dining Room
  • Tin Lung Heen
  • Ying Jee Club

One star (60 restaurants)

  • Ando
  • Arcane
  • Beefbar
  • Belon
  • Chaat
  • Cristal Room by Anne-Sophie Pic – New
  • Duddell’s
  • Épure
  • Estro
  • Feuille – New
  • Fook Lam Moon (Wan Chai)
  • Fu Ho
  • Gaddi’s
  • Godenya
  • Hansik Goo
  • Ho Hung Kee (Causeway Bay)
  • I M Teppanyaki & Wine
  • Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine
  • Kam’s Roast Goose
  • Kappo Rin
  • Liu Yuan Pavilion
  • Loaf On
  • Louise
  • Man Ho (Admiralty)
  • Man Wah
  • Mandarin Grill + Bar
  • Ming Court (Mong Kok)
  • Mono
  • Mora – Promoted
  • Nagamoto
  • Neighborhood
  • New Punjab Club
  • Pang’s Kitchen
  • Petrus
  • Racines – New
  • Roganic
  • Ryota Kappou Modern
  • Seventh Son (Wan Chai)
  • Shang Palace
  • Spring Moon
  • Summer Palace
  • Sun Tung Lok
  • Sushi Saito
  • Sushi Wadatsumi
  • Takumi by Daisuke Mori
  • The Chairman
  • The Demon Celebrity
  • The Legacy House – Promoted
  • Tosca di Angelo
  • Vea
  • Whey
  • Xin Rong Ji
  • Yardbird
  • Yat Lok (Central)
  • Yat Tung Heen
  • Yè Shanghai (Tsim Sha Tsui)
  • Yong Fu
  • Zest by Konishi
  • Zhejiang Heen
  • Zuicho

Michelin Green star (Hong Kong)

  • Amber
  • Mora
  • Roganic
  • Feuille – New

Michelin Guide Macau 2024

Three stars (2 restaurants)

  • Jade Dragon
  • Robuchon au Dôme

Two stars (5 restaurants)

  • Alain Ducasse at Morpheus
  • Feng Wei Ju
  • Mizumi (Macau)
  • The Eight
  • The Huaiyang Garden – Promoted
  • Wing Lei

One stars (8 restaurants)

  • 8 ½ Otto e Mezzo – Bombana
  • Chef Tam’s Seasons – New
  • Five Food Road
  • Lai Heen
  • Pearl Dragon
  • Sushi Kinetsu – New
  • Ying
  • Zi Yat Heen

Michelin Green star (Macau)

  • IFTM Educational Restaurant.

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