The prestigious red guide is in its second year here now, but it still manages to check off many firsts.
Who are the new entrants and which popular favourites stay on in this extensive list of 38 eateries?
Who will reach the stars this year?
Since its one-off publication in 2012, the second edition of the Hokkaido guide unveils 22 new Michelin-starred restaurants.
The third edition of the guide unveils one two-starred restaurant and 18 one-starred restaurants.
What will unfold when the shining red guide officially launches in the Land of Smiles come this December?
Get set for a street food fest with some of the best that Singapore has to offer.
German chef Juan Amador’s Restaurant Amador in Vienna receives two stars in the 36th edition guide for business travellers.
Chef Yannick Alléno’s Le 1947 now joins 26 other restaurants in France that already hold three Michelin stars.
Chefs from Michelin-starred establishments in Japan, South Korea and Europe will descend upon our shores once more for the series at Resorts World Sentosa.