News & Views 1 minute 07 November 2019

MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020 to Launch December 17

International director of the MICHELIN Guides, Gwendal Poullennec, will unveil the latest edition of the guide at the press conference at the City of Dreams, Macau, in the afternoon, followed by a gala dinner featuring global guest chefs.

Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020 Michelin news

Today, MICHELIN announced that one of the biggest events in the culinary world will return to Macau in December—the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau 2020 will be unveiled on December 17 at City of Dreams, Macau, honoring the strength and quality of the local culinary scene.

This moment will be marked by a press conference in the afternoon, where international director of the MICHELIN Guides, Gwendal Poullennec, will reveal the restaurants recognized in the 12th edition of the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau. In celebration of the joyous occasion, a gala dinner will be held later in the evening featuring a stellar line-up of guest chefs from around the world.

City of Dreams, Macau. (Photo courtesy of Melco Resorts & Entertainment.)
City of Dreams, Macau. (Photo courtesy of Melco Resorts & Entertainment.)

The MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong Macau was first established in 2009 and was one of MICHELIN’s first forays into Asia. Since then, the MICHELIN Guide, the international benchmark of quality food, has expanded this list to include an extensive range of restaurants in the region, from local gourmet icons to world-class fine dining venues.

The MICHELIN Guide continues to serve as the essential reference for gourmands in Hong Kong, Macau and around the world, bringing them the best of what local culinary experts have to offer. The selection criteria for MICHELIN Plate, Bib Gourmand and MICHELIN stars are a global standard by which MICHELIN inspectors review all kinds of cuisines and evaluate only the quality of the dishes.

All establishments are chosen according to the same five criteria used by MICHELIN inspectors around the world:

  • quality of the ingredients
  • mastery of cooking
  • harmony of the flavors
  • expression of the chef’s personality in the cuisine, and 
  • consistency, both over time and across the entire menu

Location, décor, service and available facilities are not part of the selection criteria. 

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