The Michelin Guide revealed the Michelin-starred restaurants in Hong Kong for the year 2020. In this 12th edition of the much acclaimed guide, a total of 90 restaurants have been listed in Hong Kong and Macau combined.
This year, more than 50 restaurants have received a ‘one Michelin star’ ranking. While the list saw some new additions to it like Zest by Konishi, Aaharn and Gaddi’s, many Cantonese style eateries including Fu Ho, Yat Tung Heen, Duddell’s and Spring Moon have maintained their one star.
The authentic Cantonese restaurant Lei Garden has continued to hold on to its one star for two of its branches located in Mong Kok and Kwun Tong. The oriental restaurant Yan Toh Heen dropped from its two Michelin stars ranking to one star.
Moving on to the restaurants that still have their two Michelin stars are contemporary French restaurants Écriture, Amber and Pierre; Japanese restaurants Kashiwaya and Tenku RyuGin; Cantonese restaurants Ying Jee Club, Sun Tung Lok and Tin Lung Heen, and others.
While the innovative restaurant Arbor that is described as “worth a detour” by the Michelin Guide has been upgraded from one Michelin star to two stars, innovative restaurant Bo Innovation has come down from its three Michelin stars ranking to two Michelin stars.
As of the restaurants that successfully received three Michelin stars are Forum, 8 ½ Otto E Mezzo – Bombana, Caprice, Sushi Shikon, T’ang Court, Lung King Heen and L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. All of them received three Michelin stars even the last time except for Forum which has been upgraded from two Michelin stars.
Click here to check out all the Michelin-starred restaurants in Hong Kong for 2020.