The 13th edition of the Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2021 has been released with news of two new two-star restaurants and eight new one-star restaurants making the grade.
Vicky Lau, the chef-owner of Tate in Hong Kong becomes the first female chef in Asia to be crowned with two Michelin stars for her French-Chinese influenced cooking. She is joined in this year's two-star rankings by French fine-dining restaurant L’Envol in the St. Regis Hong Kong, helmed by French chef Olivier Elzer.
This now takes Hong Kong up to 12 two-star restaurants, while Macau still has six two-star restaurants.
There were no new three-star restaurants to report in the 2021 guide, but all seven restaurants in Hong Kong and three restaurants in Macau continue to retain their three-star status.
The Michelin Green Star, highlighting restaurants making efforts to promote sustainable gastronomy, also debuted this year, with restaurants Roganic in Hong Kong and IFT Educational Restaurant in Macau being the first restaurants to be recognised.
See all the new Michelin-starred restaurants below:
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