The 2016 Michelin Guide for San Francisco has been released and the big news is that the world now has a new three-starred restaurant with David Kinch’s Manresa receiving the top accolade in the guide.
Two restaurants received their second star: Commis in Oakland with chef James Syhabout and the Indian restaurant Campton Place in San Francisco with chef Srijith Gopinathan.
In the one star category there were 15 new restaurants with Kin Khao, All Spice, Al’s Place, Aster, Californios, Commonwealth, Lazy Bear, Lord Stanley, Mourad, Nico, Octavia, Omakase, Rasa, Sushi Yoshizumi and Wako all receiving their first star.
In total, San Francisco now has five three-starred restaurants, seven restaurants in the two-starred category and an impressive 38 restaurants in the one star.
Below you can see the full list of those restaurant to gain and retain stars in the 2016 Michelin Guide for San Francisco.
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