Hong Kong celebrates the highest number of Michelin accolades to date with the release of the Michelin Guide Hong Kong 2014 today, 5 December 2013, seeing two new restaurants, including Alvin Leung’s Bo Innovation, receive a third Michelin star!
Hong Kong welcomed two new three Michelin star restaurants, chef Alvin Leung’ Bo Innovation and Masahiro Yoshitake’s Sushi Shikon, with the release of the Michelin Guide Hong Kong & Macau today, 5 December 2013, bringing its number of top-rated restaurants to five.
Those also celebrating are Joël Robuchon of L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, Chan Yan Tak, executive chef at restaurant Lung King Heen and Umberto Bombana of 8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo, all of which maintained three-star-status.
The list of two star-rated restaurants includes: Ah Yat Harbour View; Amber, Richard Ekkebus’ French contemporary restaurant concept at The Landmark Mandarin Oriental; Vincent Thierry’s Caprice; Celebrity Cuisine; Pierre Gagnaire’s eponymously named restaurant Pierre; Ryu Gin; Shang Palace; Alain Ducasse’s Spoon by Alain Ducasse; Summer Palace; Sun Tong Lok; T’ang Court; Tin Lung Heen; and Wagyu Takumi.
The guide also celebrates the very best restaurants in Macau, which is one of two Special Administrative Regions of China, alongside Hong Kong. Macau also celebrates one new three star, restaurant Eight.
The latest edition now includes 284 eateries in Hong Kong, 74 establishments in Macau and five new hotels in both Hong Kong and Macau – a whopping 30% increase in the number of celebrated restaurant concepts from last year.