The local street food scene had much to cheer about, with two hawker stalls (Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle and Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle) making history by garnering one Michelin star each.

Here is the complete list of restaurants in Singapore that have been star-struck. For the latest updates, behind-the-scenes interviews and reservations at selected restaurants, visit the official Singapore MICHELIN Guide website at www.guide.michelin.sg.

1 Joël Robuchon Restaurant

Serving up plates of refined, contemporary French cuisine in an Art Deco-inspired dining room, the award-winning chef’s restaurant is the sole three-star recipient in the country. Try the famous farmer’s guinea fowl with roast foie gras, or the poached lobster in a spicy bouillon.

Add: Hotel Michael | 8 Sentosa Gateway Level 1 | Resorts World Sentosa | Singapore 098269
Tel: +65 6577 6688 / +65 6577 7888

2 L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon

Guests are part of the culinary action at the Singapore outpost of L’Atelier, with just a counter separating the kitchen and dining area. The dramatic décor in this contemporary French restaurant can also be attributed to world-renowned designer Pierre-Yves Rochon.

Add: Hotel Michael | 8 Sentosa Gateway Level 1 | Resorts World Sentosa | Singapore 098269
Tel: +65 6577 6688 / +65 6577 7888

3 Les Amis

Executive chef Sebastien Lepinoy helms this institution — it opened in 1994 and is the first restaurant by the Les Amis Group — at Shaw Centre, serving up plates of delicious French food combined with a light touch of Asian aesthetics.

Add: Shaw Centre | 1 Scotts Road #01-16 | Singapore 228208
Tel: +65 6733 2225
Website: www.lesamis.com.sg

4 Odette

Located at the iconic National Gallery Singapore, this 40-seater establishment only opened late 2015 but it has already earned a reputation for its notoriously hard-to-secure tables. It’s testament to chef-owner Julien Royer’s excellent take on modern French cuisine, which has been making waves even before it won two Michelin stars.

Add: 1 St Andrew’s Road #01-04 | Singapore 178957
Tel: +65 6385 0498
Website: www.odetterestaurant.com

5 Restaurant André

Eight elements (‘pure’, ‘salt’, ‘artisan’, ‘south’, ‘texture’, ‘unique’, ‘memory’ and ‘terroir’), termed Octaphilosphy, define Andre Chiang’s culinary approach at Restaurant Andre in Chinatown. Born in Taiwan, Chiang has worked extensively in France in restaurants such as the three-Michelin-star Le Jardin des Sens before settling on our shores.

Add: 41 Bukit Pasoh Road | Singapore 089855
Tel: +65 6534 8880
Website: www.restaurantandre.com

6 Shisen Hanten

This Japanese restaurant at the Mandarin Orchard Singapore is the brand’s first foray outside of its home country, where it has 14 branches in six cities. Helmed by third-generation chef Chen Kentaro, learn to appreciate his Japanese take on Sichuan cuisine through Chen’s Mapo Doufu(spicy Sichuan tofu), the most popular item on the menu made with an inspired family recipe

Add: Mandarin Orchard Singapore | 333 Orchard Road Level 35 | Singapore 238867
Tel: +65 6831 6262 / +65 6831 6266
Website: www.shisenhanten.com.sg

7 Shoukouwa

Opened by the Emmanuel Stroobant Group, this Japanese fine-dining restaurant promises a world-class Edomae sushi experience, where fresh seafood and produce are flown in daily to Singapore from Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market.

Add: One Fullerton | 1 Fullerton Road #02-02A | Singapore 049213
Tel: +65 6423 9939
Website: www.shoukouwa.com.sg

8 Alma by Juan Amador

Enjoy Asian-influenced Spanish-European cuisine at this restaurant in five-star Goodwood Park Hotel. Most of the servings, including the meats, are tapas-sized, which allow for the tasting of more dishes. It is headed by German chef Juan Amador, who has won three Michelin stars, prior to this venture, for his restaurant Amador in Mannheim, Germany.

Add: Goodwood Park Hotel | 22 Scotts Road | Singapore 228221
Tel: +65 6735 9937
Website: www.alma.sg

9 The Kitchen at Bacchanalia

Run by German-Brazilian chef Ivan Brehm — who sharpened his knives at three-Michelin-star restaurant The Fat Duck and Thomas Keller’s Per Se in NYC — the 36-seater restaurant serves up a range of innovative fusion dishes such as the coconut risotto and uni pasta.

Add: 39 Hong Kong Street | Singapore 059678
Tel: +65 9179 4552

10 Beni

This intimate fine-dining establishment marries French cuisine with fresh Japanese produce. Decked out in a minimalist style, Beni, is an initiative by chef Kenjiro Hashida, better known for his eponymous sushi restaurant in the same building.

Add: Mandarin Gallery | 333A Orchard Road #02-37 | Singapore 238897
Tel: +65 6235 2285
Website: www.beni-sg.com

SOURCE: Your Singapore