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News & Views 1 minute 25 June 2019

MICHELIN Guide Guangzhou 2019 Bib Gourmands

Ten new establishments have been added this year, bringing the total to 28.

Bib Gourmand Guangzhou China

Ahead of the launch of the MICHELIN Guide Guangzhou 2019 on July 16, the Bib Gourmand distinctions for the latest edition has been released featuring 10 new additions, bringing the total count to 28.

The MICHELIN Bib Gourmand distinction was first introduced in 1997 and is the symbol for highlighting ‘good quality, good value cooking—in the Guangzhou guide, this means three courses (excluding drinks) for less than ¥200 ($29).

The city’s dynamic dining scene continues to evolve, evidenced by the wide variety of cuisine types in the new additions, including Chao Zhou, Indonesian, Sichuan, Singaporean, Thai and vegetarian cuisines.

Three of the new additions showcase Southeast Asian cuisine. Singaporean cooking gets a nod at FT • Bak Kut Teh where the pork rib soup and other Singaporean dishes are made from sauces and ingredients imported from the Lion City. Authentic Indonesian cuisine is served up at restaurant Pandan by its Indonesian head chef and kitchen team while the dining room decorated with Indonesian handicrafts lends an exotic air to the place. At Thai eatery A Roi, the Thai owner uses ingredients imported from Thailand to cook up authentic Thai cuisine at fair prices, including a must-try tom yum goong that is robust and generously portioned.
Bak kut teh at FT • Bak Kut Teh (Photo courtesy of FT • Bak Kut Teh/Facebook.)
Bak kut teh at FT • Bak Kut Teh (Photo courtesy of FT • Bak Kut Teh/Facebook.)

Restaurants Cheungloi Cook and Dong Xin in Tianhe fly the flag for Cantonese cuisine while Hai Men Yu Zi Dian on Yanling Road and Kai Xiaozao serve up regional delicacies from Chao Zhou. Ease in Yuexiu serves up simple fare with a Sichuan touch in a modern faux-industrial setting while Szechwan Lane showcases the spiciness and aroma of Sichuan cuisine without MSG and a lighter hand with oil and salt. Finally, stylish vegetarian restaurant Soodle serves a Western-centric menu focusing on fresh vegetables and fruit using natural ingredients, such as a wide variety of mushrooms, to showcase the original taste of the vegetables with no additives.

The full list below:

The MICHELIN Guide Guangzhou 2019 Bib Gourmand Selection 

*A Roi 
*Cheungloi Cook (Tianhe) 
Chuang Fa 
Dayang (Wenming Road) 
*Dong Xing (Tianhe) 
*Ease (Yuexiu) 
*FT • Bak Kut Teh 
*Hai Men Yu Zi Dian (Yanling Road) 
Jian Ji 
*Kai Xiaozao 
Lao Xiguan Laifen (Wenming Road) 
Liang Jie Nanning Pumiao Shengzha Mifen 
Nan Yuan 
*Pandan 
*Soodle (Jinsui Road) 
*Szechwan Lane 
Tandoor 
Tong Ji 
Wan Hin 
Xiang Qun (Longjin East Road) 
Xiguan Popo Mian (Dezheng Middle Road) 
Xiguan Popo Mian (Wenchang North Road) 
Xiguan Zhuyuan (Lizhiwan) 
Xiguan Zhuyuan (Shiba Fu) 
Xin Tai Le (Haizhu) 
Xin Tai Le (Yuexiu) 
Ze 8 
Zhu Zai Ji Shi Fu (Jiangnan Avenue)

* Represents a new addition.

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