The Michelin Guide 2015 for Hong Kong and Macau has been released and there are not many surprises.
L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon in Hong Kong and Macau’s Robuchon au Dome both maintained their three-star status. They are joined by Bo Innovation, Otto e Mezzo, Lung King Heen and Sushi Shikon.
There are no changes in the order list of one, two, or three starred restaurants in Macau. The only new awards received were for Café Leon and Temptations, who both secured Bib Gourmand status, while A Lorcha (I’ve been there and liked it too!) and Manuel Cozihna Portuguesa were promoted to Bib Gourmand establishments after featuring in the guide last year.
In contrast, Hong Kong’s restaurant landscape is more turbulent. The new restaurants Beef & Liberty and Nishiki secured Bib Gourmand status. Spoon by Alain Ducasse and Ah Yat Harbour View both lost their second stars, while Duddell’s, Yan Toh and The Principal, each secured their second stars.
Here is the full list:
Three Stars Retained
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon (I’ve been once for my birthday)
Lung King Heen (in the Four Seasons)
8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo – Bombana (overall a great place, would love to go back there!)
Two Stars Retained:
Amber (this was quite a nice birthday dinner too)
Caprice (in the Four Seasons Hotel)
Celebrity Cuisine (in the LKF Hotel)
Pierre (in the Mandarin Hotel)
Shang Palace (in the Shangri-la Hotel)
Summer Palace (in the Shangri-la Hotel)
Sun Tung Lok (Tsim Sha Tsui)
T’ang Court (in the Langham Hotel)
Tin Lung Heen
Plus a long list of one star restaurants – which you can find here.