List of Michelin 3-star restaurants

Michelin stars are a rating system used by the red Michelin Guide to grade restaurants on their quality. The guide was originally developed in 1900 to show French drivers where local amenities such as restaurants and mechanics were. The rating system was first introduced in 1926 as a single star, with the second and third stars introduced in 1933.[1] According to the Guide, one star signifies "a very good restaurant", two stars are "excellent cooking that is worth a detour", and three stars mean "exceptional cuisine that is worth a special journey".[2] The listing of starred restaurants is updated once per year.

Summary edit

The 2024 Michelin Guides list 153 restaurants with 3 Michelin stars.[3]

Countries/Regions by Number of 3 MICHELIN Stars Restaurants:
Rank Country/Region Number
1 #France and Monaco 30
2 #Japan 20
3 #Spain 15
4 #Italy 13
4 #United States 13
6 #Germany 10
7 #Hong Kong and Macau 9
7 #United Kingdom 9
9 #China Mainland 5
10 #Switzerland 4
11 #Taiwan 3
11 #Singapore 3
13 #Belgium 2
13 #Denmark 2
15 #Netherlands 1
15 #Austria 1
15 #Norway 1
15 #Slovenia 1
15 #South Korea 1
15 #Sweden 1

List of Michelin 3-star restaurants by country in the latest version edit

Austria edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Vienna Restaurant Amador Juan Amador 2019[4]

Belgium edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Antwerp Zilte Viki Geunes 2021[5]
Roeselare Boury Tim Boury 2022[6]

China Mainland edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) / Owner(s) Awarded since
Beijing Xin Rong Ji Zhang Yong (Founder)[7] 2020[8]
Beijing King's Joy Gary Yin 2021[9]
Beijing Chao Shang Chao Zhang Yifeng 2024
Shanghai Ultraviolet Paul Pairet 2018[10]
Shanghai Tai'an Table (泰安門) Stefan Stiller 2022[11]

Denmark edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Copenhagen Geranium Rasmus Kofoed 2016[12]
Copenhagen Noma René Redzepi 2021[13]

France and Monaco edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Annecy Le Clos des Sens Laurent Petit 2019[14]
Chagny Maison Lameloise Éric Pras 2007 (1979-2004)[15]
Courchevel 1850 Le 1947 à Cheval Blanc Yannick Alléno and Gérard Barbin 2017[16][17]
Eugénie-les-Bains Les Prés d'Eugénie - Michel Guérard Michel Guérard 1977[15]
Fontjoncouse Auberge du Vieux Puits Gilles Goujon 2010[18][15]
Le Castellet La Table du Castellet Fabien Ferré 2024[19]
Les Baux-de-Provence L'Oustau de Baumanière Glenn Viel 2020[20]
Marseille AM par Alexandre Mazzia Alexandre Mazzia 2021[21]
Marseille Le Petit Nice Gérald Passedat 2008[22]
Megève Flocons de Sel Emmanuel Renaut 2012[23]
Menton Mirazur Mauro Colagreco 2019[14]
Monte Carlo, Monaco Le Louis XV - Alain Ducasse à l'Hôtel de Paris Dominique Lory[24][25] and Emmanuel Pilon[26] 2003 (1990-96 & 98-00)[15]
Ouches Troisgros - Le Bois sans Feuilles César Troisgros 1968[15]
Paris 1e Kei Kei Kobayashi 2020[20]
Paris 1e Plénitude - Cheval Blanc Paris Arnaud Donckele 2022[20]
Paris 4e L'Ambroisie Bernard Pacaud 1988[15]
Paris 7e Arpège Alain Passard 1996[15]
Paris 8e Alléno Paris au Pavillon Ledoyen Yannick Alléno 2015[27][28]
Paris 8e Épicure Éric Fréchon 2009[15]
Paris 8e Le Cinq Christian Le Squer 2016[29]
Paris 8e Le Gabriel - La Réserve Paris Jérôme Banctel 2024[19]
Paris 8e Pierre Gagnaire Pierre Gagnaire 1998[15]
Paris 16e Le Pré Catelan Frédéric Anton 2007[15]
Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid Restaurant Marcon Régis and Jacques Marcon 2005[15]
Saint-Tropez La Vague d'Or - Cheval Blanc St-Tropez Arnaud Donckele 2013[30][31]
Tinqueux L'Assiette Champenoise Arnaud Lallement 2014[32][33]
Valence Pic Anne-Sophie Pic 2007[15]
Vonnas Georges Blanc Georges Blanc 1984[15]
Cassis La Villa Madie Bernard Pacaud 2022[34]
L'Herbaudière La Marine Alexandre Couillon 2023

Germany edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Baiersbronn Restaurant Bareiss Claus-Peter Lumpp 2008[35]
Berlin Rutz Marco Müller 2020[36]
Dreis Waldhotel Sonnora Clemens Rambichler 1999[37]
Hamburg The Table Kevin Fehling Kevin Fehling 2016[38]
Piesport schanz. restaurant. Thomas Schanz 2022
Perl Victor's Fine Dining by Christian Bau Christian Bau 2005[39]
Baiersbronn Temporäre Schwarzwaldstube Torsten Michel 2021
Wolfsburg Aqua Sven Elverfeld 2009[40]
Munich Jan Jan Hartwig 2023
Grassau ES:SENZ Edip Sigl 2024[41]

Hong Kong and Macau edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Hong Kong 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana Umberto Bombana and Keith Yam Ka Lok 2012[42]
Hong Kong L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon David Alves 2012[42]
Hong Kong Forum Restaurant Wong Lung To 2020
Hong Kong Sushi Shikon Yoshiharu Kakinuma 2014[43][44]
Hong Kong T'ang Court Kwong Wai Keung 2016[45][46]
Hong Kong Caprice Guillaume Galliot 2019 (2010–13)[47]
Hong Kong Ta Vie Hideaki Sato 2023[48]
Macau Jade Dragon Kelvin Au Yeung 2019[47]
Macau Robuchon au Dôme Julien Tongourian 2009[49]

Italy edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Alba Piazza Duomo Enrico Crippa 2013[50]
Brusaporto Da Vittorio Vittorio Cerea 2010[51]
Canneto sull'Oglio Dal Pescatore Nadia Santini 1996[52]
Castel di Sangro Reale Niko Romito 2014[53][54]
Florence Enoteca Pinchiorri Annie Féolde, Italo Bassi, and Riccardo Monco 1993[55]
Milan Enrico Bartolini al Mudec Enrico Bartolini 2020
Modena Osteria Francescana Massimo Bottura 2012[56]
Rome La Pergola Heinz Beck 2005[57]
Rubano Le Calandre Massimiliano Alajmo 2002[58]
Senigallia Uliassi Mauro Uliassi 2019[59][60]
Orta San Giulio Villa Crespi Antonino Cannavacciuolo 2022[61]

Japan edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Kyoto Hyotei Yoshihiro Takahashi 2010[62]
Kyoto Kikunoi Honten Yoshihiro Murata 2010[62]
Kyoto Mizai Hitoshi Ishihara 2014[63][64] (2010–12)[65]
Kyoto Isshisoden Nakamura Motokazu Nakamura 2011[62]
Kyoto Gion Sasaki Hiroshi Sasaki 2020[66]
Osaka Kashiwaya Osaka Senriyama Hideaki Matsuo 2011[62]
Osaka Taian Hitoshi Takahata 2011[62]
Osaka Hajime Hajime Yoneda 2018[67] (2010–12)[68]
Tokyo Joël Robuchon Michael Michaelidis 2008[69]
Tokyo Kanda Hiroyuki Kanda 2008[69]
Tokyo Quintessence Shuzo Kishida 2008[69]
Tokyo L'Osier Olivier Chaignon 2019 (2008–10)
Tokyo Azabu Kadowaki Toshiya Kadowaki 2020
Tokyo Harutaka Harutaka Takahashi 2024
Tokyo Kagurazaka Ishikawa Hideki Ishikawa 2009[70]
Tokyo Ryugin Seiji Yamamoto 2012[71]
Tokyo Makimura Makimura Akio 2015[72]
Tokyo Kohaku Koji Koizumi 2016[73]
Tokyo L'Effervescence Shinobu Namae 2021 [74]
Tokyo Sazenka Tomoya Kawada 2021 [74]

Netherlands edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Zwolle De Librije Jonnie Boer 2004[75]

Norway edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Oslo Maaemo Esben Holmboe Bang 2016[12]

Singapore edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Singapore Les Amis Sébastien Lepinoy 2019
Singapore Odette Julien Royer 2019
Singapore Zén Björn Frantzén 2021[76]

Slovenia edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Kobarid Hiša Franko Ana Roš 2023[77]

South Korea edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Seoul Mosu Sung Anh 2023

Spain edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Barcelona Lasarte Martín Berasategui and Paolo Casagrande 2016[78]
Barcelona ABaC Jordi Cruz 2018[79][80]
Barcelona Cocina Hermanos Torres Sergio and Javier Torres 2022
Barcelona Disfrutar Oriol Castro, Mateu Casañas and Eduard Xatruch 2024
Dénia Quique Dacosta Restaurante Quique Dacosta 2012[81]
El Puerto de Santa María Aponiente Ángel León 2018[79][80]
Girona El Celler de Can Roca Joan Roca 2009[82]
Larrabetzu Azurmendi Eneko Atxa 2013[83]
Lasarte-Oria Restaurante Martín Berasategui Martín Berasategui 2001[84]
Madrid DiverXO David Muñoz 2014[85]
San Sebastián Arzak Juan Mari Arzak and Elena Arzak 1989[86]
San Sebastián Akelarre Pedro Subijana 2006
Córdoba Noor Paco Morales 2024
Villaverde de Pontones El Cenador de Amós Jesús Sánchez 2020[87]
Cáceres Atrio Toño Pérez 2023

Sweden edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Stockholm Frantzén Björn Frantzén 2018[88]

Switzerland edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Bad Ragaz Memories Sven Wassmer 2022
Basel Cheval Blanc Peter Knogl 2016[89]
Crissier Restaurant de l'Hôtel de Ville Franck Giovannini 1994[90]
Fürstenau Schloss Schauenstein Andreas Caminada 2011[91]

Taiwan edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Taipei Le Palais Ken Chan and Matt Chen 2018[92][93]
Taipei Taïrroir Kai Ho 2023[94]
Taichung JL Studio Jimmy Lim 2023[95]

United Kingdom edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Bray The Waterside Inn Alain Roux 1985[96]
Bray The Fat Duck Heston Blumenthal 2004[97]
London Restaurant Gordon Ramsay Gordon Ramsay and Matt Abé 2001[98]
London Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester Jean-Philippe Blondet 2010[99]
London Sketch (The Lecture Room and Library) Pierre Gagnaire 2020[100]
London Core by Clare Smyth Clare Smyth 2021[101]
London Hélène Darroze at The Connaught Hélène Darroze 2021[101]
Cartmel L'Enclume Simon Rogan 2022[101]
London The Ledbury Brett Graham 2024[102]

United States edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Chicago Alinea Grant Achatz and Doug Alley[103] 2011[104]
Chicago Smyth John Shields 2023[105]
Healdsburg, California SingleThread Kyle Connaughton 2019[106]
New York City Le Bernardin Éric Ripert,[107] Chris Muller,[108] and Eric Gestel[109] 2006[110]
New York City Per Se Thomas Keller[111] and Corey Chow[112][113] 2006[110]
New York City Masa Masa Takayama 2009[114]
New York City Eleven Madison Park Daniel Humm and Brian Lockwood 2012[115]
San Diego Addison William Bradley 2022[116]
San Francisco Atelier Crenn Dominique Crenn and Nick Vollono 2019[106]
San Francisco Benu Corey Lee and Brandon Rodgers 2015[117]
San Francisco Quince Michael Tusk and Neil Stetz 2017[118]
Washington, Virginia The Inn at Little Washington Patrick O'Connell 2019[119][120]
Yountville, California The French Laundry Thomas Keller and David Breeden[121][122] 2007[123]

See also edit

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