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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 a year.

SummaryEdit

Currently, there are 133 restaurants with 3 Michelin stars based on the 2018 or 2019 Michelin Guides of the particular city or country.

Top 10 Countries and Areas by Number of Michelin 3-Star Restaurants
Rank Country Number
1   Japan 31
2   France (including   Monaco) 27
3   United States 14
4   Spain 11
5   Germany 10
5   Hong Kong and   Macau 10
5   Italy 10
8   United Kingdom 5
9   Netherlands 3
9    Switzerland 3

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

  AustriaEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Vienna Restaurant Amador Juan Amador 2019[3]

  BelgiumEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Kruishoutem Hof van Cleve Peter Goossens 2005[4]

  ChinaEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Shanghai Ultraviolet Paul Pairet 2018[5]

  DenmarkEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Copenhagen Geranium Rasmus Kofoed 2016[6]

  France (including   Monaco)Edit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Annecy-le-Vieux Clos de Sens Laurent Petit 2019
Chagny Maison Lameloise Éric Pras 2007[7]
Collonges-au-Mont-d'Or L'Auberge du Pont de Collonges - Paul Bocuse Christophe Muller, Gilles Reinhardt, and Olivier Couvin 1965[7]
Courchevel 1850 Le 1947 at Cheval Blanc Yannick Alléno and Gérard Barbin 2017[8][9]
Eugénie-les-Bains Les Prés d'Eugénie - Michel Guérard Michel Guérard 1977[7]
Fontjoncouse L'Auberge du Vieux Puits Gilles Goujon 2010[10][7]
Le Castellet Christophe Bacquié Christophe Bacquié 2018
Les Belleville La Bouitte René and Maxime Meilleur 2015[11]
Marseille Le Petit Nice Gérald Passédat 2008[12]
Megève Flocons de Sel Emmanuel Renaut 2012[13]
Menton Mirazur Mauro Colagreco 2019
Monte Carlo Le Louis XV - Alain Ducasse à l'Hôtel de Paris Franck Cerutti[14] and Dominique Lory[15] 1990[16]
Ouches Le Bois sans Feuilles - Troisgros Michel and César Troisgros 1968[7]
Paris 4e L'Ambroisie Bernard Pacaud 1988[7]
Paris 6e Guy Savoy Guy Savoy 2002[7]
Paris 7e Arpège Alain Passard 1996[7]
Paris 8e Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée Romain Meder 2016[17]
Paris 8e Alléno Paris au Pavillon Ledoyen Yannick Alléno 2015[11][18]
Paris 8e Epicure Éric Fréchon 2009[7]
Paris 8e Le Cinq Christian Le Squer 2016[17]
Paris 8e Pierre Gagnaire Pierre Gagnaire 1998[7]
Paris 16e Le Pré Catelan Frédéric Anton 2007[7]
Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid Régis et Jacques Marcon Régis and Jacques Marcon 2005[7]
Saint-Tropez La Vague d'Or Arnaud Donckele 2013[19]
Tinqueux L'Assiette Champenoise Arnaud Lallement 2014[20]
Valence Pic Anne-Sophie Pic 2007[7]
Vonnas Georges Blanc Georges Blanc 1984[7]

  GermanyEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Baiersbronn Schwarzwaldstube Torsten Michelin 1993[21]
Baiersbronn Restaurant Bareiss Claus-Peter Lumpp 2008[22]
Bergisch Gladbach Vendôme Joachim Wissler 2005[23]
Dreis Waldhotel Sonnora Clemens Rambichler 1999[24]
Hamburg The Table Kevin Fehling 2016[25]
Munich Atelier Jan Hartwig 2018[26]
Perl Victor's Fine Dining by Christian Bau Christian Bau 2006[27]
Rottach-Egern Restaurant Überfahrt Christian Jürgens 2014[28]
Saarbrücken GästeHaus Klaus Erfort Klaus Erfort 2008[22]
Wolfsburg Aqua Sven Elverfeld 2009[29]

  Hong Kong and   MacauEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Hong Kong Lung King Heen Chan Yan Tak 2009[30]
Hong Kong 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana Umberto Bombana and Keith Yam Ka Lok 2012[31]
Hong Kong L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon David Alves 2012[31]
Hong Kong Bo Innovation Alvin Leung 2014[32][33]
Hong Kong Sushi Shikon Yoshiharu Kakinuma 2014[32][33]
Hong Kong T'ang Court Kwong Wai Keung 2016[34][35]
Hong Kong Caprice Guillaume Galliot 2019 (& 2010–13)[36]
Macau Jade Dragon Kelvin Au Yeung 2019[36]
Macau Robuchon au Dôme Julien Tongourian 2009[30]
Macau The Eight Cheung Tan-leung 2014[32][33]

  ItalyEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Alba Piazza Duomo Enrico Crippa 2013[37]
Brusaporto Da Vittorio Vittorio Cerea 2010[38]
Canneto sull'Oglio Dal Pescatore Nadia Santini 1996[39]
Castel di Sangro Reale Niko Romito 2014[40][41]
Florence Enoteca Pinchiorri Annie Féolde, Italo Bassi, and Riccardo Monco 1993[21]
Modena Osteria Francescana Massimo Bottura 2012[42]
Rome La Pergola Heinz Beck 2005[43]
Rubano Le Calandre Massimiliano Alajmo 2002[44]
San Cassiano St. Hubertus Norbert Niederkofler 2018[45]
Senigallia Uliassi Mauro Uliassi 2019[46][47]

  JapanEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Nagoya Hijikata Shoji Hijikata 2019[48]
Nagoya Sushi Ueda Naoki Ueda 2019[48]
Ise Sushi Komada Kenri Komada 2019[48]
Hiroshima Nakashima Tetsuo Nakashima 2013[49]
Fukuoka Sushi Gyoten Kenji Gyoten 2014[50]
Fukuoka Sushi Sakai Daigo Sakai 2014[50]
Kyoto Hyotei Yoshihiro Takahashi 2010[51]
Kyoto Kikunoi Honten Yoshihiro Murata 2010[51]
Kyoto Kitcho Arashiyama Kunio Tokuoka 2010[51]
Kyoto Mizai Hitoshi Ishihara 2014[52][53] (& 2010–12)[54]
Kyoto Nakamura Motokazu Nakamura 2011[51]
Kyoto Kichisen Yoshimi Tanigawa 2014[52][53]
Kyoto Iida Shinichi Iida 2018[55]
Osaka Kashiwaya Hideaki Matsuo 2011[51]
Osaka Taian Hitoshi Takahata 2011[51]
Osaka Koryu Matsuo Shintaro 2012[56]
Osaka Hajime Hajime Yoneda 2018[55] (& 2010–12)[57]
Tokyo Joël Robuchon Michael Michaelidis 2008[58]
Tokyo Kanda Hiroyuki Kanda 2008[58]
Tokyo Quintessence Shuzo Kishida 2008[58]
Tokyo Sukiyabashi Jiro Jiro Ono 2008[58]
Tokyo L'Osier Olivier Chaignon 2019 (& 2008–10)
Tokyo Ishikawa Hideki Ishikawa 2009[59]
Tokyo Sushi Saito Takashi Saito 2010[60]
Tokyo Yukimura Jun Yukimura 2010[60]
Tokyo Usukifugu Yamadaya Fumie Yamadaya 2011[61]
Tokyo Ryugin Seiji Yamamoto 2012[62]
Tokyo Sushi Yoshitake Masahiro Yoshitake 2012[62]
Tokyo Makimura Makimura Akio 2015[61]
Tokyo Kohaku Koji Koizumi 2016[63]
Toyama Yamazaki Koji Yamazaki 2016[64]

  NetherlandsEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Vaassen De Leest Jacob Jan Boerma 2014[65]
Zwolle De Librije Jonnie Boer 2004[66]
Kruiningen Inter Scaldes Jannis Brevet 2018[67]

  NorwayEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Oslo Maaemo Esben Holmboe Bang 2016[6]

  SingaporeEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Singapore Les Amis Sebastien Lepinoy 2019
Singapore Odette Julien Royer 2019

  South KoreaEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Seoul Gaon Kim Byoung-Jin 2016[68]
Seoul La Yeon Kim Sung-Il 2016[68]

  SpainEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Barcelona Lasarte Martín Berasategui and Paolo Casagrande 2016[69]
Barcelona ABaC Jordi Cruz 2018[70][71]
El Puerto de Santa María Aponiente Ángel León 2018[70][71]
Girona El Celler de Can Roca Joan Roca 2009[72]
Lasarte-Oria Restaurante Martín Berasategui Martín Berasategui 2001[73]
Larrabetzu Azurmendi Eneko Atxa 2013[74]
Madrid DiverXO David Muñoz 2014[75]
Marbella Dani García Dani García 2019[76]
San Sebastián Arzak Juan Mari Arzak and Elena Arzak 1989[77]
San Sebastián Akelare Pedro Subijana 2015
Dénia Quique Dacosta Restaurante Quique Dacosta 2012[78]

  SwedenEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Stockholm Frantzén Björn Frantzén 2018[79]

  SwitzerlandEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Basel Cheval Blanc Peter Knogl 2016[80]
Crissier Restaurant de l'Hôtel de Ville Franck Giovannini 1992[81]
Fürstenau Schloss Schauenstein Andreas Caminada 2011[82]

  TaiwanEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Taipei Le Palais Ken Chan and Matt Chen 2018[83][84]

  United KingdomEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Bray The Waterside Inn Alain Roux 1985[85]
Bray The Fat Duck Heston Blumenthal 2004[86]
London Restaurant Gordon Ramsay Gordon Ramsay and Matt Abé 2001[87]
London Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester Jean-Philippe Blondet 2010[88]
London Sketch (The Lecture Room and Library) Pierre Gagnaire 2020 [89]

  United StatesEdit

Location Restaurant Chef(s) Awarded since
Chicago Alinea Grant Achatz and Simon Davies[90] 2011[91]
Healdsburg SingleThread Kyle Connaughton 2019[92]
Los Gatos Manresa David Kinch[93][94] and Nicholas Romero[95] 2016[96]
New York City Le Bernardin Éric Ripert,[97] Chris Muller,[98] and Eric Gestel[99] 2006[100]
New York City Per Se Thomas Keller[101] and Corey Chow[102][103] 2006[100]
New York City Masa Masa Takayama 2009[104]
New York City Eleven Madison Park Daniel Humm and Brian Lockwood 2012[105]
New York City Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare César Ramírez 2012[105]
San Francisco Atelier Crenn Dominique Crenn 2019[92]
San Francisco Benu Corey Lee and Brandon Rodgers 2015[106]
San Francisco Quince Michael Tusk and Neil Stetz 2017[107]
St. Helena The Restaurant at Meadowood Christopher Kostow and John Hong 2011[108]
Washington The Inn at Little Washington Patrick O’Connell 2019[109][110]
Yountville The French Laundry Thomas Keller and David Breeden[111][112] 2007[113]

See alsoEdit

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BibliographyEdit

  • Jean-François Mesplède (and preface by Alain Ducasse): Trois étoiles au Michelin: une histoire de la haute gastronomie française and européenne, Édition Gründ, 2004

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