Gourmet Trips

Michelin Singapore 2022

The first in-person Michelin award ceremony since 2019 featured a six-course gala dinner by two international chefs based in Singapore, and four Singaporean chefs based overseas – most of them will be returning home for the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic halted travel between countries.

This year, 7 new entrants with One Michelin Star category includes Burnt Ends, Euphoria, Hamamoto, La Dame de Pic, Marguerite, Nae:um and Rêve.

(* marks new entries/promtions)

Three Michelin Stars

Same old company.

  1. Les Amis
  2. Odette
  3. Zén

Two Michelin Stars

Two more this year, promoted from one star.

  1. JAAN by Kirk Westaway
  2. Cloudstreet*
  3. Saint Pierre
  4. Shisen Hanten
  5. Shoukouwa
  6. Thevar*
  7. Waku Ghin

One Michelin Star

7 new entrants but it included one who moved to a new location, 3 left the building and 2 got promoted, so nett one new.

  1. 28 Wilkie
  2. Alma
  3. Art
  4. Basque Kitchen by Aitor
  5. Béni
  6. Braci
  7. Buona Terra
  8. Burnt Ends (new location in Dempsey)
  9. Candlenut
  10. Chef Kang’s
  11. Cure
  12. Cut
  13. Esora
  14. Euphoria*
  15. Hamamoto*
  16. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
  17. Iggy’s
  18. Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine (Orchard)
  19. Jag
  20. La Dame de Pic*
  21. Labyrinth
  22. Lei Garden
  23. Lerouy
  24. Ma Cuisine
  25. Marguerite*
  26. Meta
  27. Nae:um
  28. Nouri
  29. Oshino
  30. Putien (Kitchener Road)
  31. Rêve*
  32. Rhubarb
  33. Shang Palace
  34. Shinji (Bras Basah Road)
  35. Sommer
  36. Summer Palace
  37. Summer Pavilion
  38. Sushi Ichi
  39. Sushi Kimura
  40. Table65
  41. Terra
  42. Whitegrass


These lost their star this year.

List was announced on 12 Jul 2022 at MBS. The Singaporean chefs based overseas are Mathew Leong from 2-Star RE-NAA (Norway), Jimmy Lim from 2-Star JL Studio (Taichung), Barry Quek from 1-Star Whey (Hong Kong), and Angela Lai from 2-Star Taïrroir (Taipei). They are joined by locals Tristin Farmer from 3-Star Zén and Tetsuya Wakuda from 2-Star Waku Ghin. The dishes will pay tribute to Singapore cuisine and its indelible influences, while being expertly accompanied by a fine selection of wine. How I wished I was part of the dinner guest list.

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