The Michelin Guide Taipei 2019 is launched today and in this second edition of the Taipei Guide, three new two-starred restaurants and four new one-starred restaurants are added to the selection.

A total of 24 dining establishments receive Michelin stars this year. Making its debut in the guide is Japanese restaurant Sushi Amamoto, which receives two stars. And the two restaurants make the jump from one star to two – Taïrroir, by chef Kai How hi, plays with traditional Taiwanese cuisine with a modern twist, but always respecting the past. The other is RAW by Chef Andre Chiang and chef Alain Huang, who also reinterpret Taiwanese food in a modern way.

Shoun RyuGin and The Guest House both hold on to their two stars while Le Palais, retains its three stars, which remains the only three star restaurant in Taipei.

Find the full list below:

Michelin three stars

Le Palais

Michelin two stars



Sushi Amamoto

Shoun RyuGin

The Guest House

Michelin one star

Impromptu by Paul Lee


Mountain and Sea House

Tainan Tantsumien Seafood Restaurant


Danny’s Steakhouse

Golden Formosa

Ken An Ho


L’ATELIER de Joël Robuchon


Ming Fu


Shushi Nomura

Shushi Ryu

Three Coins

Tien Hsiang Lo

Ya Ge



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