The recent launch of the Singapore Michelin Guide has seen 27 restaurants being bestowed the honourable star(s).
Sure, we are extremely happy for the chosen ones, but there are still a couple of dining establishments that are no less deserving of the Michelin star and we only wished they were given the recognition too. These places are equally reputable and definitely regarded as Singapore’s best restaurants, and we are sure many share our sentiments on this.
While the Michelin star(s) is a testimony to a restaurant’s success, it does not necessarily mean that any restaurants without it actually pales in comparison. From modern Australian barbecue restaurant Burnt Ends, Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine to award-winning Tippling Club, here are 11 Best Restaurants in Singapore That Do Not Have Michelin Stars.
The Michelin Guide Singapore has just announced the list of restaurants who have been awarded the Michelin star(s). This news is much anticipated and we are sure you are as stoked and curious as we are.
When the Michelin Guide Singapore released its Bib Gourmand Awards 2016 last week, it received mixed comments. While some are happy that our hardworking local hawker masters are finally getting the recognition that they deserve, many others lamented at the fact that the list hardly represents the best hawker stalls in Singapore.
With today’s announcement, more Singapore names will join the coveted list. And whether you agree with this list or not, the Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore will have attention all on them, and see more patrons in the next few months.
Here, we share the 2016 Michelin Guide Singapore.
And we have come to the final list – the list of restaurants who have been awarded three Michelin stars.
With The 2016 Michelin Guide Singapore being announce from Resorts World Sentosa, tonight is a big night for many restaurants in Singapore for they are officially being awarded the coveted Michelin star(s).
Here is the final list of Michelin Three-Starred restaurants. Congratulations to these Michelin 3-Star Restaurants in Singapore 2016. The cream of the crop. The best restaurant in Singapore. Do you agree with the results so far?
And we have the second list for restaurants who have been awarded Two Michelin Stars.
The 2016 Michelin Guide Singapore is being held at Resorts World Sentosa tonight, and we are keeping our eyes peeled on the ceremony and all the restaurants who are awarded/ going to be awarded the coveted recognition.
Here, we have first-hand news on the winners of Two Michelin Stars in Singapore. Congratulations to these Michelin 2-Star Restaurants in Singapore 2016!
Tonight is a big night for many restaurants.
With The 2016 Michelin Guide Singapore being announce from Resorts World Sentosa, we are keeping our eyes peeled on the ceremony and all the restaurants who are awarded/ going to be awarded the coveted recognition.
Here, we have first-hand news on the winners of One Michelin Star. Congratulations to these Michelin 1-Star Restaurants in Singapore 2016!
The Michelin Guide Singapore has just released its Bib Gourmand Awards 2016. Singapore’s rich cultural diversity and local gastronomy has thus been further affirmed, much to the delight of many gourmets and food lovers alike.
14 restaurants, 17 hawkers and 3 street food establishments have made it to the list. Criteria for the award? The establishment must offer quality and value-for-money meals under S$45.
Local delights that made it to the list include the much loved Hainanese chicken rice, prawn noodles, bak kut teh and also the unpretentious curry puff.
The legendary Michelin Guide is already available in 25 countries, and it is with little surprise that Singapore is finally joining the gourmet club and having its restaurants ranked by the gastronomic guide.
Is Singapore’s food industry simultaneously stressed and excited about this? You bet!
For those who are not in the know, the Michelin Guide is a world-famous food guide that ranks food establishments incognito. To be awarded even just a star will be life-changing, and the highest attainable status is three stars – this rare classification is given to truly exceptional restaurants that are worth flying to for.
But as with all other matters, there are two sides to the coins for everything. There will be the pros, and there will be the cons. While we are thrilled with the Michelin Guide launch next year and the various prospects Singapore stands to gain, we also cannot help but worry if this might, too, bring along unnecessary side effects.
The Michelin Guide is finally coming to Singapore. Michelin is partnering the Singapore Tourism Board and Robert Parker Wine Advocate to launch the Singapore edition of the Michelin Guide in the second half of 2016.