26 Restaurants Receive Stars in China’s First Michelin Guide

Cantonese restaurant with only six tables is the only one to receive a coveted rating of three Michelin stars

The Michelin Guide currently awards stars to restaurants in 28 different countries.

 

China’s first Michelin Guide for the city of Shanghai was released Wednesday.

Twenty-six restaurants were awarded Michelin stars, but only one received the top honor of three Michelin stars: T’ang Court in The Langham Hotel. The Cantonese restaurant has only six tables.

Six restaurants were awarded two Michelin stars, including Canton 8, now the world’s cheapest restaurant with a rating of two Michelin stars. Italian fine dining restaurant 8½ Otto e Mezzo Bombana and the multi-sensory restaurant Ultraviolet — which projects images on the walls and pumps out fragrances “to enhance the dining experience” — also received two stars, the South China Morning Post reported.

The Michelin Guide currently awards stars to restaurants in 28 different countries.

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