Michelin Hong Kong Macau 2017

Bib Gourmand- Hong Kong:

Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling
Ancient Moon
Ba Yi
Bombay Dreams
Brass Spoon (new)
Café Hunan (Western district)
Chan Kan Kee Chiu Chow (Sheung Wan)
Chili Club
Chuen Cheung Kui (Mong Kok)
CIAK – All Day Italian (new)
Congee and Noodle Shop
Din Tai Fung (Causeway Bay)
Din Tai Fung (Silvercord)
Dragon Inn
Fu Sing (Causeway Bay)
Fu Sing (Wan Chai)
Fung Shing (Mong Kok)
Good Hope Noodle (Fa Yuen Street)
Ho To Tai
Kau Kee
Kung Tak Lam (Causeway Bay)
Kwan Kee Bamboo Noodles (Cheung Sha Wan)
Lan Yuen Chee Koon
Lin Heung Kui
Liu Yuan Pavilion (new)
Lucky Indonesia
Mask of Sichuen & Beijing
May’s Sawaddee Thailand
Megan’s Kitchen
New Shanghai
Po Kee
Putien (Causeway Bay)
Qĭao Cuisine
Ramen Jo (Causeway Bay)
Restoran Indonesia 1968
Sabah (Wan Chai)
Sang Kee
Ser Wong Fun
She Wong Yee
Shek Kee Kitchen
Shugetsu Ramen (Central)
Shugetsu Ramen (Quarry Bay)
Sing Kee (new)
Sister Wah (Tin Hau)
Siu Shun Village Cuisine (Kowloon Bay)
Snow Garden
Sun Yuen Hing Kee
Tai Wing Wah
Tai Woo (Causeway Bay)
Tasty (IFC)
Thai Chiu (Sham Shui Po)
Tim Ho Wan (Tai Kwok Tsui)
Tsim Chai Kee (Wellington Street)
Tulsi (North Point)
Wang Fu (Central)
Wing Lai Yuen
Wing Wah
Wonton Master
Yau Yuen Siu Tsui
Yue Kee
Yun Yan
Yue Kee
Yun Yan

Bib Gourmand – Macau:

A Lorcha
Café Leon
Castiço (new)
Chan Seng Kei
Cheong Kei
Din Tai Fung (COD)
Hou Kong Chi Kei
IFT Educational Restaurant
Lou Kei (Fai Chi Kei)
Luk Kei Noodle
Tou Tou Koi
Xin (new)

Notable, for me:
Tim Ho Wan only has one branch with the bib- Tai Kwok Tsui, not the branch at e.g. IFC.

Does this mean Ho Hung Kee is again a 1 star? I don’t get that one. I don’t see it being substantially different from Tasty’s, and they both shouldn’t get a star.

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Fu Sing’s on the Bib Gourmand list?! How come? I think it should be on the main list and worth at least 1-Michelin-star!

3 stars:
Bo Innovation
L’Atélier de Joël Robuchon
Lung King Heen
8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo – Bomabana
Sushi Shikon
T’ang Court

2 stars:
Kashiwaya (NEW)
Ming Court
Ryu Gin
Shang Palace
Summer Palace
Sun Tung Lok (TST)
Ta Vie (NEW)
Tenku Ryu Gin
Tin Lung Heen
Yan Toh Heen

1 star:
Ah Yat Harbour View
Beefbar (NEW)
Celebrity Cuisine (down from 2)
CIAK – In The Kitchen
Épure (NEW)
Fu Ho (TST)
Golden Valley
Guo Fu Lou
Ho Hung Kee
IM Teppanyaki & Wine (NEW)
Jardin de Jade
Kam’s Roast Goose
Lei Garden (Kwun Tong)
Lei Garden (Mong Kok)
Lei Garden (North Point)
Loaf On
Man Wah
Mandarin Grill + Bar
MIC Kitchen
Pang’s Kitchen
Peking Garden (Central)
Qi (Wan Chai)
Sai Kung Sing Kee
Serge et le Phoque
Spring Moon (NEW)
Sushi Tokami (NEW)
Sushi Wadatsumi
Tim Ho Wan (North Point)
Tim Ho Wan (Sham Shui Po)
Wagyu Kaiseki Den
Wagyu Takumi (down from 2)
Yat Lok
Yat Tung Heen (Jordan)
Yè Shanghai (TST)
Zhejiang Heen

Out of the stars: Fook Lam Moon, Golden Leaf, Kazuo Okada, Lei Garden (Central, Kowloon Bay, She Tin, Wan Chai), Spoon, The Boss, Yu Lei, YUE

Michelin Guide Macau 2017
3 stars

Robuchon au Dôme
The Eight

2 stars
Feng Wei Ju (NEW)
Golden Flower
Jade Dragon
Mizumi (NEW)
The Tasting Room

1 star
Lai Heen (NEW)
8 1/2 Otto e Mezzo
Pearl Dragon (NEW)
The Golden Peacock
The Kitchen
Tim’s Kitchen
Wing Lei
Ying (NEW)
Zi Yat Heen

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Fu Sing has always been on the Bib Gourmand list. I don’t think it’s gotten any stars in the past. With that said, I agree with you, the food is quality. What do you like at Fu Sing?

Fook Lam Moon’s gone. So is Golden Leaf.

Not a great year (from the star perspective) for Lei Garden. 4 of them lost stars, including Central and Wanchai. Anyone knows what happened?

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Fu Sing does quite a few dishes well, including the braised pomelo skin with shrimp roe - my fave rendition anywhere in HK!

But my fave dish there has always been the braised noodles with crab meat. Perfection in a bowl - the portion has always been meant to serve 2-4 persons, but I usually have it all to myself.

We could still happily dine again at a couple of those places that no longer have stars . . . and plenty that never had any . . .

Oh yes, of course. Its better that places don’t get any, so the tourists don’t swarm the places.

For Lei, I am just curious whether there is something systematic there, since they are known for their military precision in quality control…