The results for the Michelin guide Hong Kong and Macau 2018 have been released, with news of eight new one star restaurants in Hong Kong appearing on the list. Meanwhile, all the three and two star establishments have retained their stars with no new entrants.
The three Michelin-starred list remains the same with eight restaurants, six in Hong Kong and two in Macau. There are also 11 two-starred establishments in Hong Kong, and five in Macau, as per last year.
The Bib Gourmand eateries listed in the guide have also increased with 17 first time entrants making a total of 82 Bib Gourmand eateries listed in this year's guide, a distinction "handed out to eateries that offer a quality three-course set menu for a maximum of HKD400."
This is the tenth edition of the Hong Kong and Macau Michelin guide which now totals 227 restaurants in Hong Kong, and 65 restaurants in Macau, a huge tripling of numbers since it was first published in 2008.
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