The Hong Kong and Macau Michelin Guide for 2019 has dropped with news of two new three-star restaurants, four restaurants entering the two-star rankings, and six new entrants in the one-star category.
In Hong Kong, the contemporary French restaurant Caprice joins the three-star club with chef Guillaume Galliot at the helm. This takes Hong Kong up to a healthy total of seven three-starred restaurants, along with Bo Innovation, L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon, 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo - Bombana, Sushi Shikon, T’ang Court and Lung King Heen.
In Macau, Jade Dragon received three-stars under the leadership of chef Kelvin Au Yeung, taking Macau up to three three-starred restaurants, including Robuchon au Dôme and The Eight.
There were three new two-starred restaurants in Hong Kong, Ecriture, Sushi Saito and Ying Jee Club taking their total up to 12. In Macau, the restaurant Alain Ducasse at Morpheus received two stars taking the total to five two-starred restaurants in Macau.
The six new one-star restaurants were all located in Hong Kong with an eclectic mix of cuisines, ranging from French to Japanese and North Indian to Cantonese.
This is the 11th edition of the Hong Kong and Macau Michelin guide which now totals 63 Michelin starred restaurants in Hong Kong, and 19 Michelin starred restaurants in Macau.
See all the newly starred restaurants below:
New Three-Star Restaurants
Caprice - Hong Kong
Jade Dragon - Macau
New Two-Star Restaurants
Ecriture - Hong Kong
Sushi Saito - Hong Kong
Ying Jee Club - Hong Kong
Alain Ducasse at Morpheus - Macau
New One-Star Restaurants
Arbor - Hong Kong
Guo Fu Lou - Hong Kong
New Punjab Club - Hong Kong
Octavium - Hong Kong
Xin Rong Ji - Hong Kong
Belon - Hong Kong
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