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A famous Taiwanese Michelin-starred chef once said, “When I first became a chef, having the best restaurant in the world or three Michelin stars was my ultimate goal. But then I started to ask myself what are we doing? What are we chasing?”

Is it worth it to dine at the Michelin-starred restaurants? Let us know in the comments below

Restaurants with three stars

Les Amis

Odette

Zen (new)

Restaurants with two stars

Jaan by Kirk Westaway (new)

Saint Pierre

Shisen Hanten

Shoukouwa

Waku Ghin

Restaurants with one star

28 Wilkie (new)

Alma by Juan Amador

Art (new)

Basque Kitchen by Aitor (new)

Beni

Braci

Buona Terra

Burnt Ends

Candlenut

Chef Kang’s

Cloudstreet (new)

Corner House

Cure (new)

Cut

Esora (new)

Garibaldi

Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle

Iggy’s

Imperial Treasure Fine Teochew Cuisine (Orchard)

Restaurant Jag

Labyrinth

Lei Garden

Lerouy (new)

Ma Cuisine

Meta

Nouri

Oshino (new)

Putien (Kitchener Road)

Rhubarb

Shang Palace (new)

Shinji by Kanesaka (Bras Basah Road)

Shinji by Kanesaka (Tanglin Road)

Sommer (new)

Summer Palace

Summer Pavilion

Sushi Ichi

Sushi Kimura

Table65

Terra Tokyo Italian

Thevar (new)

Whitegrass (new)