Michelin has just announced the full list of restaurants and eateries selected for the MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2023 at its ceremony on 27 Jun 2023.
This year, there are a total of 286 Food & Beverage (F&B) establishments in the guide, inclusive of Starred, Bib Gourmand and Selected locations.
In 2023, 46 restaurants have been awarded with One MICHELIN Star, including 5 new awardees. Singapore’s very first MICHELIN Green Star, which highlights sustainable commitment of a new restaurant, has also been awarded this year.
Here is a list of restaurants that have been newly awarded with One MICHELIN Star, including Singapore’s first recipient of the MICHELIN Green Star.
Born, located within Jinricksha Station, a former rickshaw depot from 1903, is helmed by chef Zor Tan, a protégé of celebrated chef André Chiang. This fine dining restaurant creatively blends French gastronomy with Chinese ingredients and flavours.
Poise‘s tasting menu reinvents European and Nordic classics through its nuanced layering of textures and flavours. Helmed by Executive Chef Steve Lancaster, an alumnus of multiple overseas MICHELIN-starred establishments, you can look forward to enjoying clever and creative combinations here.
Seroja boasts an open-kitchen concept where guests can watch their food being prepared from the comfort of their seats. This restaurant uses ingredients from Malaysia and Singapore, with dishes that introduce the beauty of nature.
This restaurant, which is certified BCA Platinum Green Mark, is also Singapore’s first recipient of the MICHELIN Green Star, an award that highlights establishments that are at the forefront of their industry for sustainable practices and eco-friendly commitments.
The elegant Sushi Sakuta is run by an all-Japanese kitchen team, led by Chef-owner Yoshio Sakuta. Their season-driven omakase menu will be sure to delight lovers of Japanese cuisine, with ingredients and dishes including sushi, Japanese fish, caviar and truffles.
Willow combines different cultures and practices in its kitchen — their pan-Asian tasting menu predominantly feature Japanese ingredients, while their chef, Singaporean Nicolas Tam, uses solid French techniques to perfect his dishes.
Aside from the aforementioned awardees of One MICHELIN star, 33 new locations, including hawker stalls, have joined the MICHELIN Selection, bringing the total number to 152.
The full awardees of MICHELIN Stars, as of The MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2023, are as follows:
Three MICHELIN Stars
Two MICHELIN Stars
Jaan by Kirk Westaway
One MICHELIN Star
Alma by Juan Amador
Art di Daniele Sperindio
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine (Orchard)
La Dame de Pic
Putien (Kitchener Road)
Shinji (Bras Basah Road)
In 2023, there are a total of 55 restaurants that have been awarded at least one MICHELIN Star.