(Photo from Michelin Guides via CNN)
On Thursday, Michelin awarded Michelin stars on several restaurants (and even two hawker stalls) in Singapore. Therefore, if you will be traveling to Singapore any time soon, you may want to visit these restaurants and discover what the hype is all about.
Take note though that with stars awarded to these restaurants, expect long queues. It’s best to go to these restaurants super early. When I went to the original Tim Ho Wan in Hong Kong (which has One Michelin Star then), I waited in line for about two hours even if I arrived there when the restaurant just opened. Expect the same when you visit these Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore.
Michelin Guide Singapore did Facebook Live on the awarding ceremony. Watch it below.
Here’s the list of restaurants in Singapore with Michelin stars.
Three Michelin Stars
- Joël Robuchon
Two Michelin Stars
- L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon
- Les Amis
- Shisen Hanten
One Michelin Star
- Alma by Juan Amador, Goodwood Park Hotel
- Bacchanalia, HongKong Street
- Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
- Beni, Mandarin Gallery
- Candlenut, New Bridge Road
- Corner House, Botanic Gardens
- Crystal Jade Golden Palace, Paragon Shopping Centre
- Cut by Wolfgang Puck, Marina Bay Sands
- Forest, Resorts World Sentosa
- JAAN, Swissotel The Stamford
- Lei Garden, Chijmes
- Osia, Resorts World Sentosa
- Putien, Kitchener Road
- Rhubarb Le Restaurant, Duxton Hill
- Shinji by Kanesaka (Beach Road)
- Shinji by Kanesaka (Tanglin Road)
- Summer Pavilion, The Ritz-Carlton Millenia
- Sushi Ichi, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
- Terra, Tras Street
- The Song Of India, Scotts Road
- Waku Ghin, Marina Bay Sand
The Michelin Star is a highly coveted award in the world of dining. Michelin has been awarding stars to a few establishments that demonstrates excellence in this industry. In most cases, gaining or losing a star have significant effects on the success of a business.
If you visit any of these restaurants, share with us your experience!