Dine At These Delectable Michelin-Star Restaurants In Asia

Oh, to eat at a restaurant with an exceptionally well set of standards is luxurious. Not that food has ever let anyone down. It tastes the best when you are hungry. But the food that simply is too good to be eaten is another story. Now the question is, where to find a place like this; the ones that carry the potential to make Gorden Ramsay happy? These restaurants that prioritize almost everything and receive world-class reviews and complete star ratings. But the star value becomes a thousand times better if it is Michelin approved. These stars acknowledge a restaurant’s effort to always be at its very best.  Spanned all across the globe, the stars are what unifies these eateries. Take Asia, for example. The culture is so rich, the populace diverse and the food endless. An endless number of specialities find their way into Asia’s Michelin starred hotels. So if you are planning a trip, these are the 6 Michelin-star restaurants in Asia to dot!

Dine At These Delectable Michelin-Star Restaurants In Asia
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When has South Korea ever disappointed us? 

‘K’ is in trend, and the same goes for Korean food. Especially if that restaurant is in Korea itself and serves authentic local cuisine. Gaon is one of two restaurants awarded three stars in the inaugural Michelin guide to Seoul for 2017.

 The flavors are rich, and you sure will not forget that heavenly sensation on your taste buds for a long time. 

Le Palais

Le Palais is a luxury restaurant in Taiwan. It is the type of restaurant that looks straight out of a multi-budget movie. Le Palais is a Michelin 3-star eatery, so you can only imagine the type of service the guests receive here. This restaurant specializes in exotic Cantonese cuisine like egg custard tarts and more. It was awarded three stars owing to its exceptional cuisine made using fresly-sourced ingredients.


Next on the list, we have Ultraviolet.  The standards and expectations of the restaurants match well with their unique name. This restaurant is located in Shanghai and is single-table. That means it only serves 20 dinners a night, and the interior looks like a bunker with no windows. However, it is one of the most innovative bunkers with some finger-licking 20 course European-style meals, making it one of the most delectable experiences you will have in Michelin-star restaurants in Asia! It was developed by French chef Paul Pairet and the VOL Group.

The restaurant is three Michelin star.


Tsuta has a ticketing system. Why, you ask? Well, because it is that good! Tsuta is a restaurant in Japan, and you know Japan is popular for its exquisite food. Tsuta is renowned for many dishes, but its ramen tops the chart. The place dons a Michelin-star.. Tsuta is very tiny in size and serves only nine people at a time. Because of the limited supply, the demand is always rising. Regardless, the wait to have food here is worth it! 

The 8

Macau’s The 8 is also it’s first and only restaurant to be awarded with three Michelin stars consecutively for 9 years!

This restaurant is one of its kind and can show some real dedication to the variety of Chinese food. It is in one of the fanciest buildings in Macau. The menu serves over 400 Chinese dishes! All in all, you probably will need an hour just to choose a dish among them all!

Tim Ho Wan

The dumpling will never let you down. Especially if it is from this authentic Hong Kong restaurant. Tim Hoand is extremely popular for its dim sum. Getting a seat here is not that easy, because it is 20-seater. Tum Ho Wan is known for being the world’s cheapest Michelin star restaurant! The restaurant has 12 franchies all over, and all of them share the authenticit dim sum taste.


These were the 6 Michelin-star restaurants in Asia. We know you are already getting excited. So which one among them are you visiting first?

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