Michelin Guide Singapore 2023: The full list of Michelin-starred restaurants revealed

One newly opened restaurant debuts the list for the first time and even bagged the inaugural Michelin Green Star award

Dawson Tan
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Dawson Tan
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Photograph: SerojaSeroja

The seventh edition of the red guidebook has crowned the best eateries the island has to offer. When it comes to the highest echelon of dining, nothing has changed in the sphere of restaurants awarded three Michelin stars – fronted by the same winners as last year’s list, Les Amis, Odette, and Zén.

In the arena of Michelin-starred restaurants with two stars, last year's first-timers Cloudstreet along Amoy Street and Indian-inspired Thevar stand firm among Jaan by Kirk Westaway, Saint Pierre, Shoukouwa, and Waku Ghin. With Shisen Hanten relegated to the one Michelin star list, this brings the total number of two-star restaurants from seven to six.

For the highly contested one Michelin star category, things liven up with five new restaurants receiving the one Michelin star for the first time. Congratulations to the contemporary fine-dining restaurant Born, modern Nordic restaurant Poise, Hong Kong Street's Willow, Japanese omakase restaurant Sushi Sakuta, and modern Southeast Asian restaurant Seroja

It's also a treble win for Seroja this year; the restaurant debuts on the one-star list, it's very own chef Kevin Wong clinches the Michelin Guide 2023 Young Chef Award (recognising rising talents in the industry) and the first-ever Michelin Green Star award (recognising restaurants that operate at the forefront of sustainability).

So what else changed since Michelin Guide Singapore 2022Unfortunately, the list has since bid adieu to old favourites like the now-defunct Basque Kitchen by Aitor and the legendary Cantonese restaurant Shang Palace. But nonetheless, this marks a hefty total of 55 restaurants in Singapore with one Michelin star.

Talk about dining options – there’s even a hawker option. And since Hawker Chan's exit from the list in 2021, Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, known for its hearty bowls of bak chor mee, is now the only hawker stall that has a Michelin star on the little red dot. 

Make sure to bookmark this Michelin Guide Singapore 2023: it comes in handy when you’re next deciding on a first-rate meal out. Find the full list here or take a look below – an asterisk (*) means that it’s a new addition to the list.

Three-star restaurants

  • Les Amis
  • Odette
  • Zén

Two-star restaurants

  • Cloudstreet
  • Jaan by Kirk Westaway
  • Saint Pierre
  • Shoukouwa
  • Thevar
  • Waku Ghin

One-star restaurants

  • 28 Wilkie
  • Alma by Juan Amador
  • Art di Daniele Sperindio
  • Born*
  • Beni
  • Braci
  • Buona Terra
  • Burnt Ends
  • Candlenut
  • Chef Kang's
  • Cure
  • Cut
  • Esora
  • Euphoria
  • Hamamoto
  • Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
  • Iggy's
  • Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine
  • Restaurant Jag
  • Labyrinth
  • La Dame de Pic
  • Lei Garden
  • Lerouy
  • Ma Cuisine
  • Marguerite
  • Meta
  • Nae:um
  • Nouri
  • Oshino
  • Putien (Kitchener Road)
  • Poise*
  • Rêve
  • Rhubarb
  • Shang Palace
  • Shinji by Kanesaka (Carlton Hotel Singapore)
  • Sommer
  • Summer Palace
  • Summer Pavilion
  • Sushi Ichi
  • Sushi Kimura
  • Sushi Sakuta*
  • Seroja*
  • Table65
  • Terra
  • Whitegrass
  • Willow*

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