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7 restaurants in Taipei receive new Michelin Stars
Michelin awarded new stars to 7 restaurants in Taipei in its latest guide, cementing the Taiwanese capital’s reputation as one of the top fine-dining destinations in Asia.

24 restaurants claimed at least one of the coveted stars in the 2019 guide released Wednesday, up from 20 restaurants last year.

One of the most notable debutants is Sushi Amamoto, a hard-to-find sushi bar with just 12 seats, a completely new entry with 2 stars in the 2019 guide. Tairroir and Raw, known for their innovative fusion dishes, both made the jump to 2 stars from 1 star in 2018. Shoun RyuGin and The Guest House kept their 2-star ratings.

Cantonese establishment Le Palais was the only restaurant in Taipei to receive 3 stars for a second year in a row.

“Client numbers to Le Palais doubled after it won three Michelin stars last year,” said Kenny Tseng, general administrations director at FDC International Hotels Corp., which owns the restaurant. “The Michelin guide not only helps promote Taiwan’s image as a gourmet destination but also attracts tourists to Taipei.”

Michelin’s restaurant reviewers anonymously award stars based on creativity, quality and service. Three stars are given to restaurants “worth a special journey,” 2 stars for those “worth a detour,” and 1 star is for those deemed “worth a stop.”

Source: Bloomberg
Photo Credit: Bloomberg; FDC International Hotels Corp.
Kai Chiu (kai@taitra.org.tw)
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