Michelin Guide Shanghai 2019 launched – six new restaurants starred

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The Michelin Guide launched its latest Shanghai edition last week. See the full listing here...

Image credit Xin Rong Ji Restaurant, www.xinrongji.cc
Image credit Xin Rong Ji Restaurant, www.xinrongji.cc

Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet retained its three-star status in the 2019 edition of the Michelin Shanghai Guide, while six restaurants became new members of the elite gourmet guidebook.

T’ang Court, one of the two three-star Michelin restaurants in the 2018 guide, was downgraded to two stars.

The Michelin Guide first launched its Shanghai edition in 2016, with initial controversies over its preference for Cantonese cuisine.

The third edition of the Guide features one three-star, eight two-star and twenty-five one-star restaurants, covering a variety of Chinese and international cuisine restaurants (see full list below).

Xin Rong Ji, a Taizhou cuisine restaurant on Nanyang Road, was initiated into the elite club with two Michelin stars.

Amazing Chinese Cuisine (Chiu Chow), Il Ristorante-Niko Romito (Italian), Ji Pin Court (Cantonese), Le Comptoir de Pierre Gagnaire (French) and Moose (Huai Yang) are also fresh inclusions of the Guide, each awarded one Michelin star.

Ultraviolet, now the only three Michelin starred restaurant in Shanghai, is known for its innovative 20-course menu and mysterious location.

In June 2018, The Michelin launched its first Guangzhou Guide, making it the second Mainland China city reviewed by the prestigious gourmet guidebook series. A total of eight Guangzhou restaurants were given one-star status by the Guide.

Diners can choose to download the official ‘Michelin CN’ app or purchase the bilingual print version of the Shanghai guide (¥168.00) to see locations, pictures and reviews of the starred restaurants, in addition to the Bib Gourmand and The Michelin Plate recommendations.

2019 edition: Full list of Michelin-starred restaurants in Shanghai

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Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet

[Innovative]

**

8 ½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana

[Italian]

Canton 8 (Runan Street)
喜粤8号(汝南街)

[Cantonese]

Imperial Treasure
御宝轩

[Cantonese]

L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon
乔尔‧卢布松美食坊

[French]

T’ang Court [downgraded]

唐阁

[Cantonese]

Xin Rong Ji (Nanyang Road) [New!]
新荣记(南阳路)

[Taizhou]

Yi Long Court

逸龙阁

[Cantonese]

YongFoo Elite

雍福会

[Shanghainese]

*

Amazing Chinese Cuisine [New!]

菁禧荟

[Chiu Chow]

Bo Shanghai

[Innovative]

Da Dong (Jing’an)

大董海参店 (静安)

[Chinese]

Da Dong (Xuhui)

大董 (徐汇)

[Chinese]

Fu He Hui

福和慧

[Vegetarian]

Il Ristorante-Niko Romito[New!]

[Italian]

Jade Mansion

苏浙总会

[Huai Yang]

Jean Georges

[French]

Ji Pin Court [New!]

吉品轩
[Cantonese]

Lao Zheng Xing (Huangpu)

老正兴 (黄浦)

[Shanghainese]

Le Comptoir de Pierre Gagnaire [New!]

[French]

Le Patio & La Famille (Huangpu)

南麓‧浙里 (黄浦)

[Hang Zhou]

Lei Garden (Pudong)

利苑 (浦东新区)

[Cantonese]

Lei Garden (Xuhui)

利苑 (徐汇)

[Cantonese]

Madam Goose (Minhang)

鹅夫人 (闵行)

[Cantonese roast meats]

Moose [New!]

鹿园

[Huai Yang]

Phenix

斐霓丝

[French]

Seventh Son (Jing’an)

家全七福 (静安)

[Cantonese]

Shang-High Cuisine

迷上海

[Shanghainese]

Sir Elly’s

艾利爵士

[French contemporary]

Taian Table

泰安门

[Innovative]

Wujie (Huangpu)

大蔬无界 (黄浦)

[Vegetarian]

Xin Rong Ji (Huangpu)

新荣记 (黄浦)

[Chinese]

Yong Fu

甬府

[Ningbo]

Yong Yi Ting

雍颐庭

[Shanghainese]

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