List of Michelin 3-star restaurants

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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.[3]

List of Michelin 3-star restaurants by country in 2016 [edit]

Belgium[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Zedelgem Hertog Jan Gert de Mangeleer 2012[4]
Kruishoutem Hof van Cleve Peter Goossens 2005[5]

China[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Shanghai T'ang Court Justin Tan 2016[6]

Denmark[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Copenhagen Geranium Rasmus Kofoed 2016[7]

France[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Chagny Maison Lameloise Éric Pras 2007[8]
Courchevel Le 1947 Yannick Alleno 2017[9]
Eugénie-les-Bains Les Prés d'Eugénie Michel Guérard 1977[8]
Fontjoncouse L'Auberge du Vieux Puits Gilles Goujon 2010[10]
Illhaeusern Auberge de l’Ill Paul Haeberlin 1967[8]
Laguiole Bras Michel Bras 1999[8]
Greater Lyon L'Auberge du Pont de Collonges Paul Bocuse 1965[8]
Marseille Le Petit Nice Gérald Passédat 2008[11]
Megève Flocons de Sel Emmanuel Renaut 2012[12]
Paris L'Arpège Alain Passard 1996[8]
Paris L'Astrance Pascal Barbot 2007[8]
Paris Le Pavilion Ledoyen Yannick Alleno 2015[13]
Paris Epicure Éric Fréchon 2009[8]
Paris Restaurant Guy Savoy Guy Savoy 2002[8]
Paris L'Ambroisie Bernard Pacaud 1988[8]
Paris Pierre Gagnaire Pierre Gagnaire 1998[8]
Paris Le Pré Catelan Frédéric Anton 2007[8]
Paris Le Cinq Christian Le Squer 2016[14]
Paris Plaza Athénée Alain Ducasse 2016[14]
Reims L'Assiette Champenoise Arnaud Lallement 2014[15]
Roanne La Maison Troisgros Michel Troisgros 1968[8]
Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid Régis et Jacques Marcon Régis Marcon 2005[8]
Saint-Martin-de-Belleville La Bouitte René & Maxime Meilleur 2015[13]
Saint-Tropez La Vague d'Or Arnaud Donckele 2013[16]
Valence Pic Anne-Sophie Pic 2007[8]
Vonnas Georges Blanc Georges Blanc 1981[8]

Germany[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Baiersbronn Restaurant Bareiss Claus-Peter Lumpp 2008[17]
Baiersbronn Schwarzwaldstube Harald Wohlfahrt 1993[18]
Bergisch Gladbach Vendôme Joachim Wissler 2005[19]
Dreis Waldhotel Sonnora Helmut Thieltges 1999[20]
Hamburg The Table Kevin Fehling 2016[21]
Osnabrück La Vie Thomas Bühner 2012[22]
Perl Victor's Gourmet Restaurant Schloss Berg Christian Bau 2006[23]
Rottach-Egern Restaurant Überfahrt Christian Jürgense 2014[24]
Saarbrücken Gästehaus Erfort Klaus Erfort 2008[17]
Wolfsburg Aqua Sven Elverfeld 2009[25]

Hong Kong[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Hong Kong 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana Umberto Bombana / Edmund Li 2012[26]
Hong Kong L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon Olivier Elzer 2012[26]
Hong Kong Lung King Heen Chan Yan Tak 2009[27]
Hong Kong Bo Innovation Alvin Leung 2014[28]
Hong Kong Sushi Shikon Masahiro Yoshitake / Yoshiharu Kakinuma 2014[28]
Hong Kong T'ang Court Kwong Wai Keung 2016[29]

Italy[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Alba Piazza Duomo Enrico Crippa 2013[30]
Brusaporto Da Vittorio Vittorio Cerea 2010[31]
Castel Di Sangro Reale Niko Romito 2014[32]
Canneto sull'Oglio Dal Pescatore Nadia Santini 1996[33]
Firenze Enoteca Pinchiorri Annie Féolde, Italo Bassi and Riccardo Monco 1993[18]
Modena Osteria Francescana Massimo Bottura 2012[34]
Rubano Le Calandre Massimiliano Alajmo 2002[35]
Rome La Pergola Heinz Beck 2005[36]

Japan[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Kobe Cá Sento Shinya Fukumoto 2011[37]
Kobe Komago Kenichi Fujiwara 2011[37]
Kyoto Chihana Katsuyoshi Nagata 2011[37]
Kyoto Hyotei Yoshihiro Takahashi 2011[37]
Kyoto Kichisen Yoshimi Tanigawa 2014[38]
Kyoto Kikunoi Honten Yoshihiro Murata 2011[37]
Kyoto Kitcho Arashiyama Kunio Tokuoka 2011[37]
Kyoto Mizai Hitoshi Ishihara 2014[38]
Kyoto Nakamura Motokazu Nakamura 2011[37]
Nara Wa Yamamura Nobuharu Yamamura 2012[39]
Osaka Kashiwaya Hideaki Matsuo 2011[37]
Osaka Koryu Matsuo Shintaro 2012[39]
Osaka Taian Hitoshi Takahata 2011[37]
Tokyo Esaki Shintaro Esaki 2010[40]
Tokyo Ishikawa Hideki Ishikawa 2009[41]
Tokyo Joël Robuchon Joël Robuchon 2008[42]
Tokyo Kanda Hiroyuki Kanda 2008[42]
Tokyo Kohaku Koji Koizumi 2016[43]
Tokyo Makimura Makimura Akio 2015[44]
Tokyo Quintessence Shuzo Kishida 2008[42]
Tokyo Ryugin Seiji Yamamoto 2012[45]
Tokyo Sukiyabashi Jiro Jiro Ono 2008[42]
Tokyo Sushi Saito Takashi Saito 2010[40]
Tokyo Sushi Yoshitake Masahiro Yoshitake 2012[45]
Tokyo Usukifugu Yamadaya Yoshio Kusakabe 2015[44]
Tokyo Yukimura Jun Yukimura 2010[40]

Macau[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Macau Robuchon au Dôme Francky Semblat 2009[27]
Macau The Eight Cheung Tan-leung 2014[28]

Monaco[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Monte Carlo Louis XV Alain Ducasse 1990[46]

Netherlands[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Vaassen De Leest Jacob Jan Boerma 2014[47]
Zwolle De Librije Jonnie Boer 2004[48]

Norway[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Oslo Maaemo Esben Holmboe Bang 2016[7]

Singapore[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Singapore Joël Robuchon Joël Robuchon 2016[49]

South Korea[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Seoul Gaon Kim Byoung-Jin 2016[50]
Seoul La Yeon Kim Sung-Il 2016[50]

Spain[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Dénia Quique Dacosta Quique Dacosta 2013[51]
Barcelona Lasarte Martín Berasategui 2016[52]
Girona El Celler de Can Roca Joan Roca 2009[53]
Lasarte-Oria Martín Berasategui Martín Berasategui 2001[54]
Larrabetzu Azurmendi Eneko Atxa 2013[51]
Madrid DiverXO David Muñoz 2014[55]
Sant Pol de Mar Sant Pau Carme Ruscalleda 2006[56]
San Sebastián Akelare Pedro Subijana 2007[57]
San Sebastián Arzak Juan Mari Arzak 1989[58]

Switzerland[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Crissier Restaurant de l'Hôtel de Ville Franck Giovannini 1992[59]
Fürstenau Schloss Schauenstein Andreas Caminada 2011[60]
Basel Cheval Blanc Peter Knogl 2016[61]

United Kingdom[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
London Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester Alain Ducasse 2010[62]
London Restaurant Gordon Ramsay Matt Abé 2001[63]
Bray The Fat Duck Jonny Lake 2004[64]
Bray The Waterside Inn Alain Roux 1985[65]

United States[edit]

Location Restaurant Head chef Year of award
Chicago Alinea Grant Achatz 2011[66]
Chicago Grace Curtis Duffy 2015[67]
New York City Jean Georges Mark LaPico 2006[68]
New York City Le Bernardin Eric Ripert 2006[68]
New York City Per Se Thomas Keller 2006[68]
New York City Masa Masa Takayama 2009[69]
New York City Eleven Madison Park Daniel Humm 2012[70]
New York City Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare César Ramírez 2012[70]
Yountville, California The French Laundry Thomas Keller 2007[71]
St. Helena, California The Restaurant at Meadowood Christopher Kostow 2011[72]
San Francisco Benu Corey Lee 2015[73][74]
San Francisco Saison Joshua Skenes 2015[73][75]
Los Gatos, California Manresa David Kinch 2016[76]
San Francisco Quince Michael Tusk 2017[77]

See also[edit]


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Bibliography[edit]

  • 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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