Michelin unveiled today the first selection for the MICHELIN Guide Bangkok, which features a total of 98 restaurants. This selection highlights how the city embraces international dining without abandoning its own heritage and authentic cuisine, drawing millions of visitors worldwide.
Michael Ellis, International Director in charge of the MICHELIN Guides said:
“We are proud to launch this first selection of the MICHELIN guide dedicated to Bangkok, highlighting the richness of the city’s gastronomy. Our inspectors were thrilled to find a local culinary scene with an amazing vibrancy, myriad new restaurants, an astonishing variety of wonderful street food, but also Thai cuisine served in different forms.”
The selection of the MICHELIN Guide Bangkok 2018 features: 3 two-stars restaurants, 14 one-star restaurants, and 35 Bib Gourmand restaurants (these recognize favorite establishments selected by the MICHELIN inspectors for their good value for money, as they serve a quality menu for a maximum of THB 1000).
The Full List
Two Michelin Stars (excellent cuisine, worth a detour)
- Le Normandie
One Michelin Star (high-quality cooking, worth a stop)
- Chim by Siam Wisdom
- Ginza Sushi Ichi
- J’aime by Jean-Michel Loraine
- L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
- Saneh Jaan
- Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin
- Upstairs at Mikkeller
- Jay Fai
Reflecting the impressive diversity of street food in Bangkok, which is one of the most attractive spots for visitors from around the world, the MICHELIN guide selects a total of 28 street food stalls!
More info: www.guide.michelin.com