This year's guide includes three new two-star and 21 new one-star restaurants.
One new restaurant earns a Michelin star in this year's guide.
Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet is the only restaurant lauded with three MICHELIN stars in the third edition of the guide.
The nation's capital welcomes its first three-starred restaurant.
It's a sad day for the culinary world.
Focusing on a bland ingredient like tofu presents a contrasting challenge to Thai notions of “aroy”, where local palates are constantly over-stimulated by heavy spice, sweetness, sourness, bitterness and salt. We sit down with two of Asia’s best chefs to hear how they intend to deconstruct one of Asia’s most common ingredients while presenting a new proposition to Thai taste buds.
2017 – 2018 has been a golden period for chefs Bongkoch “Bee” Satongun and Jason Bailey with restaurant Paste featuring in every major award in the region.
Michelin Two Star Restaurant Le Normandie and Chef de Cuisine Arnaud Dunand Sauthier invites you to experience his personal interpretation of contemporary French cuisine through the release of a new menu.
Gaggan Anand was an aspiring rock drummer from Kolkata, India who switched careers and trained at the temple of world molecular gastronomy – elBulli (three Michelin Stars) – under arguably the most inspiring chef (Ferran Adria) in the last 50 years.
Experienced Dutch chef-owner Henk Savelberg and Chef de Cuisine Patrick Smoor are culinary creators serving modern French dishes prepared with care. Ingredients are internationally sourced and the result is a mouth-watering combination of flavours and textures that will surely satisfy customers during this rainy season.