Big news for the Sühring twins who have been upgraded from a one star to two star listing. There's also a healthy showing of ten new one Michelin star restaurants on the list, plus Phuket’s first Michelin Star listing with PRU. No restaurants are yet hitting the three star sweet spot.
Four restaurants earn the two Michelin star grading and 23 restaurants are listed with one Michelin star, including street food stall, Jay Faiwho made the headlines in the inaugural edition of the guide last year.
“This year’s guide is a reflection of the growing talent in Thailand’s culinary scene with many new restaurants added to the selection, including 13 specializing in Thai food” said Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the MICHELIN Guides.
This is the second edition of the Bangkok guide, which has this year been expanded to include Phuket and Phang-Nga.
Bo.lan - Chefs Duangporn Songvisava & Dylan Jones
Canvas* - Chef Riley Sanders
Chim by Siam Wisdom - Chef Thaninthorn Chantrawan
Elements - Chef Alvaro Roa
Gaa (promoted) - Chef Garima Arora
Ginza Suchi ichi
J'AIME by Jean-Michel Lorain - Chef Amerigo Tito Sesti
Jay Fai - Chef Supinya Junsuta
L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon - Chef Olivier Limousine
Le Du (promoted) - Chef Thitid Tassanakajohn
Methavalai Sorndaeng* - Chef Jirawut Sapkiree
nahm - Chef Pim Techamuanvivit
Paste - Chefs Bee Satongun & Jason Bailey
PRU* ( Phuket) - Chef Jim Ophorst
R-Haan* - Chef Chumpol Jangprai
Ruean Panya* - Chef Pannee Ganisthanaka
Saawaan* - Chef Sujira Pongmorn
Saneh Jaan - Chef Piyachart Puttawong
Savelberg - Chef Henk Savelberg
Sorn* - Chef Supaksorn Jongsiri
Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin - Chef Chayawee Sutcharitchan
Suan Thip* - Chefs Banyen Ruangsantheia & Salom Jatuthen
Upstairs at Mikkeller - Chef Dan Bark