The Michelin Guide for New York 2014 has been announced with a number of new one star restaurants and just one new two star venue making the list.
The Korean restaurant Jungsik was the the biggest winner becoming the only restaurant in the guide to be awarded a new two star rating while Gordon Ramsay's The London dropped both its stars. Speaking about Ramsay's restaurant the Michael Ellis, the director of the guide, told Bloomberg News, “There’s been quite a bit of instability at the restaurant quite frankly", adding that it was problems with consistency that cost the restaurant its stars.
Another casualty of the list was Picholine run by Terrance Brennan which has been stripped of its stars. In the one star category nine new restaurants appeared.
Lincoln, Carbone and Babbo, which regained a star, are all Italian restaurants while other new entries included The Musket Room, Caviar Russe, Le Restaurant, Telepan, Aska, and Ichimura.
Eleven Madison Park, Le Bernardin, Masa, Per Se, Jean-Georges, Daniel and The Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare all retained their three star rating.
Three Michelin Stars: Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare
Eleven Madison Park
Two Michelin Stars: Atera
One Michelin Star: Ai Fiori
A Voce Columbus
A Voce Madison
Danny Brown Wine Bar & Kitchen
Gotham Bar and Grill
The Musket Room
The Spotted Pig
Sushi of Gari
Torrisi Italian Specialties
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