Singapore Michelin Guide 2018: All the winners revealed

Singapore Michelin Guide 2018: All the winners revealed

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Text: Janice Sim

Despite the missing 3-Michelin star recipient, this year's Michelin Guide proves there's still a lot worth celebrating in our dining scene

If there had to be a night to keep gourmands, revered chefs and restaurateurs on their toes, it would be tonight's event. We're at a luxurious ballroom in Resorts World Sentosa, for the grand unveiling of Singapore Michelin Guide 2018. This is the third edition of the prestigious ceremony in Singapore, amidst the competitive, ever-changing culinary scene on our shores. "You have incredible diversity in Singapore — people are so fantastically passionate about food," remarked Michael Ellis, international director of Michelin Guide.

This year, with the exit of major players, how will the stars line up? We held our breaths till the very end, and the results are in. This year's list had a total of 39 recipients — of which 34 are 1-star restaurants and five are 2-star restaurants, leaving the 3-star place previously assumed by the now-defunct Restaurant Joël Robuchon wide open.

Check out the full list of Singapore Michelin Guide 2018 below. 

New restaurants awarded one Michelin star

1. Burnt Ends

2. Jiang-Nan Chun

3. Ma Cuisine

4. Nouri

5. Sushi Kimura

Restaurants awarded one Michelin star

1. Alma 

2. Bacchanalia

3. Beni

4. Braci

5. Candlenut

6. Cheek by Jowl

7. Chef Kang's

8. Corner House

9. Crystal Jade Golden Palace

10. CUT by Wolfgang Puck

11. Garibaldi

12. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles

13. Iggy's

14. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine

15. JAAN

16. Labryinth

17. Lei Garden

18. Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle

19. Meta

20. Putien (Kitchener Road)

21. Rhubarb

22. Saint Pierre

23. Shinji (Bras Basah)

24. Shinji (Tanglin Road)

25. Summer Palace

26. Summer Pavilion

27. Sushi Ichi

28. The Song of India

29. Whitegrass

Restaurants awarded two Michelin stars

1. Les Amis

2. Odette

3. Shisen Hanten

4. Shoukouwa

5. Waku Ghin

Read the full selection of the Singapore Michelin Guide 2018 here.