Michelin Guide Thailand 2020

Today, 12 November 2019, is the announcement of the Michelin Guide Thailand 2020.  Undoubtedly, there are a lot of Thai restaurants awarded one Michelin Star. Let’s check out the full list of Michelin-starred restaurants below.Michelin Guide Thailand 2020

One Michelin Star – High-quality cooking

The new additions for the Michelin Guide Thailand 2020 include the following:

  1. Chef’s Table
  2. 80/20 (Thai)
  3. Khao (Thai)
  4. Table 38

Restaurants that can keep their one Michelin Star. Obviously, a lot of effort has been put in to delivering the best menu and flavours to foodies in town. Many of these restaurants are also Gourmet Bangkok team’s favourite restaurants. Of course, Jeh Fai is highly respected by us! It’s not easy to get a Michelin Star for 3 years in a row since the launch of Michelin Guide Thailand.

  1. Bo. Lan (Thai)
  2. Canvas
  3. Chim by Siam Wisdom (Thai)
  4. Elements
  5. Gaa
  6. Ginza Sushi Ichi
  7. J’AIME by Jean-Michel Lorrain
  8. Jeh Fai (Thai)
  9. Le Du 
  10. Methavalai Sorndaeng (Thai)
  11. Nahm (Thai)
  12. Paste (Thai)
  13. PRU (Phuket)
  14. Ruean Panya (Thai)
  15. Saawaan (Thai)
  16. Saneh Jaan (Thai)
  17. Savelberg
  18. Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin (Thai)
  19. Suan Thip (Thai)
  20. Upstairs

Two Michelin Stars – Excellent cuisine, worth a detour

What are the new additions to the list of two Michelin Stars? I guess it is now even more difficult to get a table at Sorn. Altogether, there are five restaurants awarded two Michelin Stars. Two of them are Thai restaurants.

  1. R-Haan (Thai)
  2. Sorn (Thai)

Three restaurants retain their two Michelin Stars. These are all our favourite!

  1. Le Normandie
  2. Mezzaluna
  3. Suhring
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Chelsea was born in Hong Kong and is a genuine food lover. Her palate is especially sharp on Cantonese food, delicacies from Hong Kong and meat (especially beef, chicken and lamb). She is able to taste how the food is cooked and prepared. Besides, she is also a pro buffet gourmet because of her unlimited appetite. When she says ‘too sweet’, it may not be sweet for you as her preference for chocolate is 72++ dark chocolate.

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