The Michelin Guide Singapore 2022 has been revealed, with two new two-stars and seven new one-stars being included in the sixth edition of the guide.
The multicultural dining destination retains its trio of three-star restaurants - Odette, Les Amis and Restaurant Zén - while it emerges from the global pandemic. Michelin director, Gwendal Poullennec said: “There is no doubt that Singapore is still a culinary gem, and thanks to the particularly impressive resilience of all the professionals from the industry, local and international gourmets will be able to experience unforgettable gastronomic journeys in the Lion City once again.”
Cloudstreet and Thevar join five other restaurants with two Michelin stars in Singapore, namely JAAN by Kirk Westaway, Saint Pierre, Shisen Hanten, Shoukouwa, and Waku Ghin. At Cloudstreet, Sri Lankan chef Rishi Naleendra takes diners on a culinary journey, and at lively Thevar, chef Mano Thevar serves a creative multi-course menu rooted in Indian traditions.
In the one-star ranking, newly opened Australian barbecue joint, Burnt Ends,by David Pynt, joins other newcomers, including: Anne-SophiePic’s first Asian outpost, La Dame de Pic at Raffles Hotel, Japanese Hamamoto, Korean-inspired Nae:um, where chef Louis Han was also recognised with this year's Young Chef Award, French/Japanese inspired Rêve, contemporary European restaurant, Marguerite, and Jason Tan's gastro-botanica inspired Euphoria.Singapore now has a total of 42 one-star restaurants, including the seven new entrants and a street food stall.
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