The list welcomes seven new entrants into the guide this year and two restaurants levelling up to two-star status

Celebrating its 6th anniversary this year, the Michelin Guide Singapore returned with a physical event yesterday for its annual star revelation. The ceremony saw a total of 52 restaurants receiving stars, an increase from 49 restaurants in 2021.

 

 

Making it onto the coveted list for the first time are Burnt Ends, Euphoria, Hamamoto, La Dame de Pic, Marguerite, Nae:um, and Rêve.

A total of 35 restaurants retained their one-star accolade, including Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, which was the only hawker on the list last night.

Drop-outs from the list include Corner House, Garibaldi, and Shinji by Kanesaka at St Regis – their outlet at Carlton Hotel retained its star.

 

Meanwhile, Cloudstreet and Thevar levelled up to two stars, joining all five of last year’s two-star recipients who retained their status.

 

 

Two new special awards were also introduced this year: Samantha Goh of two-Michelin-starred Saint Pierre received this year’s Welcome & Service Award. Eric Eu of Les Amis received the Sommelier Award.

Expectations remained sky-high for Les Amis and Odette, who have each maintained the highest possible accolade of three stars since 2019. Both restaurants retained their three stars this year, alongside Zén, which received its first three-star distinction last year.

 

 

For the full list of Michelin Guide Singapore 2022 awardees:

 

Three Michelin stars

Les Amis, Odette, and Zén.

 

Two Michelin stars

Cloudstreet, Thevar, JAAN by Kirk Westaway, Saint Pierre, Shisen Hanten, Shoukouwa, and Waku Ghin.

 

One Michelin star

28 Wilkie, Alma by Juan Amador, Art, Basque Kitchen by Aitor, béni, Braci, Buona Terra, Burnt Ends, Candlenut, Chef Kang’s, Cure, CUT by Wolfgang Puck, Esora, Euphoria, Hamamoto, Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, Iggy’s, Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine, Restaurant JAG, La Dame de Pic, Labyrinth, Lei Garden, Lerouy, Ma Cuisine, Marguerite, Meta, Nae:um, Nouri, Oshino, Putien (Kitchener Road), Rêve, Rhubarb, Shang Palace, Shinji (Bras Basah Road), Sommer, Summer Palace, Summer Pavilion, Sushi Ichi, Sushi Kimura, Table65, Terra, and Whitegrass.

 


To find out more, visit Michelin Guide Singapore’s official website here.