[dropcap size=small]A[/dropcap]s with each iteration of the Michelin Guide, the collective breath of foodies and industry players alike are held on Gala Night in anticipation of entrants, exits and movements up and down the vaunted list. This year’s list comes after high-profile departures (namely Joel Robuchon, who ran the only three-starred establishment in town, and Andre Chiang, whose two-starred Restaurant Andre consistently held down top spots on other awards platforms).

(RELATED: The 2018 Bib Gourmands were announced last week – here’s our comprehensive picture guide to their offerings.)

UPDATE: The announcements have concluded – Singapore is home to 5 two-starred restaurants and 34 one-starred restaurants this year. There are no 3-starred restaurants in the 2018 Guide. There were no movements save for the 5 new one-starred restaurants, and the absence of a single one-starred restaurant from last year’s list.

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(RELATED: In the meantime, check out our chat with outgoing International Director Michael Ellis.)


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3 Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Total: None this year. (1 last year)

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2 Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Total: 5 (7 last year)

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1 Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Total:  34 (30 last year)

  1. Alma
  2. Bacchanalia
  3. Beni
  4. Braci
  5. Burnt Ends (new)
  6. Candlenut
  7. Cheek by Jowl
  8. Chef Kang’s
  9. Corner House
  10. Crystal Jade Golden Palace
  11. CUT by Wolfgang Puck
  12. Garibaldi
  13. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
  14. Iggy’s
  15. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine
  16. Jaan
  17. Jiang-Nan Chun (new)
  18. Labyrinth
  19. Lei Garden
  20. Liao Fan Hong Kong Soy Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle
  21. Ma Cuisine (new)
  22. Meta
  23. Nouri (new)
  24. Putien
  25. Rhubarb le Restaurant
  26. Saint Pierre
  27. Shinji (Bras Basah)
  28. Shinji (Tanglin Road)
  29. Summer Palace
  30. Summer Pavilion
  31. Sushi Ichi
  32. Sushi Kimura (new)
  33. Song of India
  34. Whitegrass

On top of the stars, Michelin is this year honouring a series of food personalities and chefs who helped to shape the food scene in Singapore in its nascent years. They are: Jenny Yap and Raymond Ou Yong from Guan Hoe Soon Restaurant, Hooi Kok Wai and Chris Hooi from Dragon Phoenix Restaurant, Roland Lim and Justin Lim from Roland Restaurant, and James Loy and Jane Tan from Loy Kee Chicken Rice


(RELATED: Curious about last year’s winners? Check out our 2017 coverage.)