MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2021: There Are Three 3-MICHELIN Stars Restaurants In Singapore Now

Singapore is now home to a total of three 3-Star restaurants.

Celebrating its fifth anniversary, the MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2021 edition has one new 3-Star restaurant, one new 2-Star restaurant, and 12 new 1-Star restaurants. And for the very first time in Singapore, the MICHELIN Guide Young Chef Award is introduced.

Zén promoted to Three MICHELIN Stars

After debuting in the 2019 edition with 2-MICHELIN Stars, Zén is promoted to 3-MICHELIN Stars in 2021, the highest accolade in the MICHELIN Guide. Zén’ served dishes created using premium ingredients from Europe and Japan, underpinned by French cooking. Each creation has a unique character and the dining experience is thoughtful.

Three 3 MICHELIN Stars Restaurants In Singapore

Congratulations to Zén, Les Amis and Odette. With Zén’s promotion, Singapore is now home to a total of three 3-Star restaurants!

Photo: Jaan by Kirk Westaway

Jaan by Kirk Westaway Promoted To 2-MICHELIN Stars

Michelin inspectors praise the Jaan by Kirk Westaway for embodying the quintessence of fine dining and its good use of amazing British produce to create a romantic restaurant that has it all – food, service, ambience, and spectacular views.

12 Restaurants Newly Awarded 1-MICHELIN Star

There are 12 new restaurants in the 1-MICHELIN Star category in the 2021 edition. Of these, four are making their debut, three have gained MICHELIN Stars for their new openings, while five have been promoted from MICHELIN Plate.

With these new additions, Singapore has a total of 41 1-MICHELIN Star restaurants.

Chef Mark Tai

Singapore’s first MICHELIN Guide Young Chef Award

The MICHELIN Guide also marks its 5th anniversary in Singapore by launching the first-ever MICHELIN Guide Young Chef Award.

Chef Mark Tai of Cloudstreet is the winner of the MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2021 Young Chef Award. A graduate from the Culinary School of America and with more than several years of professional experience both in the hotel and restaurant industries, Tai’s expertise and leadership goes beyond the kitchen and shines in its operational and dining aspects, too.

Here’s the official Michelin Guide Singapore 2021 list:

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Alma/European Contemporary
Art/Italian (NEW)
Basque Kitchen by Aitor/Basque (NEW)
Béni/French Contemporary
Braci/Italian Contemporary
Buona Terra/Italian Contemporary
Burnt Ends/Barbecue
Chef Kang’s/Cantonese
Cloudstreet/Innovative (NEW)
Corner House/Innovative
Cure/European Contemporary (PROMOTION)
Esora/Innovative (PROMOTION)
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle/Street Food
Iggy’s/European Contemporary
Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine (Orchard)/Teochew
Jag/French Contemporary
Lei Garden/Cantonese
Lerouy/French Contemporary (NEW)
Ma Cuisine/French
Oshino/Sushi (NEW)
Putien (Kitchener Road)/Fujian
Rhubarb/French Contemporary
Shang Palace/Cantonese (PROMOTION)
Shinji (Bras Basah Road)/Sushi
Shinji (Tanglin Road)/Sushi
Sommer/European Contemporary (NEW)
Summer Palace/Cantonese
Summer Pavilion/Cantonese
Sushi Ichi/Sushi
Sushi Kimura/Sushi
Table65/European Contemporary
Terra/Italian Contemporary
Thevar/Innovative (PROMOTION)
Whitegrass/French Contemporary (NEW)
28 Wilkie/Italian Contemporary (PROMOTION)

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