The Michelin Guide to Singapore 2017 has been released, with a total of 11 new one star restaurants and one new two star, but no new three star.
Waku Ghin at Marina Bay Sands from chef Tetsuya Wakuda jumps from one star to two, joining the likes of Andre and Odette on a two star list that otherwise remains identical from 2016, while Joël Robuchon Restaurant retains its status as Singapore's only three Michelin star restaurant.
The big news from last year's inaugural list was the awarding of a Michelin star to two hawker stalls: Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle and Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle. Both retain their stars this year, though no new hawkers joined the list.
Two restaurants – Forest and Terra – lose their stars. In total, Singapore now has 38 Michelin-starred restaurants, nine more than in 2016.
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