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Taipei has just received its first ever Michelin Guide, as the French dining Bible seeks to make further inroads into the Asia market.
The big news is that the Taiwenese capital now has 20 starred restaurants, incuding a three star, and a host of Bib Gourmand recommendations for cheaper eats, including a selection of street food spots, continuing a trend that has seen Michelin award stars to street stalls in places like Bangkok and Singapore.
The list of starred restaurants is a mix of Taiwanese, Cantonese, Chinese, Japanese, and modern European restaurants, with well known chefs like André Chiang (Raw), Richie Lin (Mume), and Joël Robuchon getting the nod.
Enjoy pics from Taipei's new three and two star restaurants below.
Photos courtesy the restaurants, unless otherwise stated.
Le Palais (3*)
Shoun RyuGin (2*)
The Guest House (2*)