Singapore's dining scene gets two more Michelin Stars
When it comes to Singapore's dining scene, our awards speak for themselves.
Singapore adds two new restaurants to its Two MICHELIN Starred restaurant selection this year. Named after a novel by an Australian author, Cloudstreet delivers an unforgettable gastronomic journey that marries disparate cultures and influences in an artistic expression. Thevar’s creative multi-course menu rooted in Indian traditions and crafted with European techniques receives praise from the MICHELIN Guide inspectors for its fascinating combination of flavours and the Penang-born Indian chef’s unique perspective. The food here is can be best described as an array of Indian-inspired cuisine with a fun, modern feel.
Cloudstreet and Thevar join 5 other restaurants with Two MICHELIN Stars in Singapore, namely JAAN by Kirk Westaway, Saint Pierre, Shisen Hanten, Shoukouwa, and Waku Ghin.
7 New Restaurants Receive One MICHELIN Star
There are seven new restaurants in the One MICHELIN Star category in the 2022 edition. Of these, four are making their debut in the 2022 edition, one has gained a MICHELIN Star for its new opening, while two have been promoted from being MICHELIN selected restaurants.
4 New Restaurants Receive One MICHELIN Star for the First Time
The 12-seater kappo sushi restaurant Hamamoto greets gourmets with only the finest: from handmade ceramic lacquerware to the house sake, to dishes that are proof of the chef’s craftsmanship and his over 20 years of experience.
Marguerite offers a unique dining experience with its location in Singapore’s renowned Gardens by the Bay. Gourmets get to experience courses made with seasonal ingredients that are deceptively simple, but when eaten, reveal oomph and flavours bold enough to match the showy, colourful blooms.
Nae:um offers innovative dishes that feature seasonal ingredients. Dishes are precisely executed and presented in an ethereal, refreshing manner, but have inklings of their Korean roots.
Rêve brings out the best in Japanese ingredients with classic French techniques and contemporary feel.
1 Restaurant Gains One MICHELIN Star for Its New Opening
Burnt Ends, which relocated to Dempsey Road, serves refined Australian barbecue cooked in a wood-fired brick kiln. The re-selection of this restaurant by the MICHELIN Guide inspectors is an affirmation of its continued efforts to deliver at high levels of gastronomic excellence.
2 Restaurants Promoted to One MICHELIN Star
Euphoria features and celebrates botanical elements of vegetables and herbs, making them equal protagonists with the proteins on the plate.
La Dame de Pic located at Raffles Hotel Singapore is the first Asian outpost for renowned chef Anne-Sophie Pic’s culinary vision. Most of Pic’s celebrated specialties could be found here, prepared with mainly French produce plus a spoonful of local touches and flavours.
With these new additions, Singapore has a total of 42 One MICHELIN Star restaurants.
Speaking at the recent ceremony, Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the MICHELIN Guide said: “What a pleasure to be back in Singapore after this unprecedented crisis. This destination hasn’t at all lost what seduced our inspectors in the first place: a wonderfully blossoming diversity of cuisine types, renowned chefs keen on displaying their passion and skills, and young and promising talents ready to realise their dreams and polish their know-how. 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.”
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