MICHELIN Movers and Shakers: Hong Kong Welcomes Agora, Ramato, Vivant, and New Spring Menu from Censu
From a modern European bistro to the city's latest Spanish fine dining concept, Hong Kong's restaurant scene is back with a bang.
These MICHELIN-Starred restaurant chefs may not be from Asia, but some courses on their menus echo how Asia has become home for them, too.
The MICHELIN Guide Inspectors reveal some of their latest favourite additions via live updates bi-monthly.
In its 2022 edition, the MICHELIN Guide Thailand welcomes Cantonese cuisine to its Star selection with newly minted Yu Ting Yuan as the first and only Cantonese restaurant to be awarded one MICHELIN Star in Thailand.
The MICHELIN Inspectors will reveal new additions to Hong Kong and Macau throughout the year.
The best way to any mum's heart is through her stomach.
Executive Set Lunches Under HK$800 From MICHELIN-Starred Restaurants In Causeway Bay, Wan Chai and Admiralty
Count on these restaurants to leave a lasting impression on your colleagues or clients.