All the stars in Singapore’s 2017 Michelin Guide

All the stars in Singapore’s 2017 Michelin Guide

Since Malaysia doesn’t have its own, here are the Michelin-starred restaurants in our neighbours down south.

The second iteration of the Michelin Guide Singapore may have been more closely watched than the first – here’s where movements up and down the vaunted list tell the tale of a hard year’s work for many a restaurant.

This year sees a total of 38 recipients – 30 1-star, seven 2-star and a single 3-star. There was no movement at the apex – Joel Robuchon Restaurant at Resorts World Sentosa remained the only 3-starred establishment in Singapore. Waku Ghin at Marina Bay Sands picked up one more to go with its 2016 1-star, and joined an otherwise undisturbed roster of 2-star restaurants.

The most interesting developments were the 11 new restaurants awarded one star, with both Asian and Western-centric cuisines represented. This swelled the count to a total of 30, from last year’s 22. The absence of restaurants Terra and Forest in this year’s list, together with Waku Ghin’s additional star, accounts for the difference.

3 Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Total: 1 (1 last year)

Joel Robuchon Restaurant

2 Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Total: 7 (6 last year)

Restaurant Andre

L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon

Les Amis


Shisen Hanten


Waku Ghin (new, previously 1-star)

1 Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Total: 30 (22 last year)

Corner House
Crystal Jade Golden Palace
CUT by Wolfgang Puck
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
Lei Garden
Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle (Smith Street)
Putien (Kitchener Road)
Rhubarb le Restaurant
Shinji (Bras Basah Road)
Shinji (Tanglin Road)
Summer Pavilion Sushi Ichi
The Kitchen At Bacchanalia
The Song of India
Braci (new)
Cheek by Jowl (new)
Chef Kang’s (new)
Garibaldi (new)
Iggy’s (new)
Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine (new)
Labyrinth (new)
Meta (new)
Saint Pierre (new)
Summer Palace (new)
Whitegrass (new)

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