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Posted on October 30, 2017

2018 Michelin Guide Celebrates Remarkable Dining Scene in New York City

Sushi Ginza Onodera is only U.S. Japanese restaurant to hold two Michelin Stars

 

NEW YORK, Oct. 30, 2017Michelin today announced it’s highly regarded star selections and celebrated the 13th edition of the MICHELIN Guide New York City. The new selection reflects the variety and diversity of the New York culinary scene, recognized globally for its excellence and quality.

The latest selection promotes Sushi Ginza Onodera to the esteemed two-star category. Debuting in the 2017 Guide as a one-star, the New York location is the only Japanese-designated restaurant in the U.S. to currently hold two stars.

“Our inspection team enjoyed their initial visits to Sushi Ginza Onodera, and return visits this year confirmed it is on par with two-starred sushi restaurants around the globe,” said Michael Ellis, international director of the MICHELIN Guide. “New York has great influences from the international culinary community, and that is evident in the supreme level that chefs here are preparing not just Japanese cuisine, but Italian, French, and 55 total cuisine types represented in the current Guide.”

New York is home to 56 one-starred restaurants, an achievement held by only 127 restaurants in the country. It also boasts five three-starred restaurants, a category with only 116 worldwide, including Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, relocated to Midtown, and Eleven Madison Park, which has reopened this year after renovations.

Six new restaurants, spread across Manhattan’s sundry neighborhoods, join this year’s star selections for the first time, including three that feature Japanese cuisine.

Satsuki is a 10-seat sushi counter from Yuta Suzuki, son of maestro chef Toshio Suzuki. The freshness of the fish and mastery of the technique transform this omakase experience. A few blocks away, in Midtown East, Sushi Amane, chef Shion Uino delivers nigiri of astonishing depth and complexity of flavors. The Lower East Side earns its second Michelin-starred restaurant with Bar Uchū, a high-end concept with a kaiseki-inspired tasting menu. Head chef Samuel Clonts, formerly of Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, brings his talents for crafting remarkable seafood dishes to the tasting menu.

In the Flatiron, Korean steakhouse concept Cote earns a star under owner Simon Kim and chef David Shim. It’s the perfect spot for prime meat cuts with an array of Korean dishes, sauces and spices. The Clocktower in the former Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. tower built in 1909, now home to boutique hotel Edition, combines traditional and contemporary dishes thanks to chef Jason Atherton. In Chelsea, Rouge Tomate finally re-opened in a historic carriage house, much to the delight of locals and tourists. Now under the direction of chef Alan Wise, the restaurant serves quality food with an emphasis on nutrition and health.

The 2018 selection includes:

  • Five restaurants with three stars
  • 11 restaurants with two stars
  • 56 restaurants with one star
  • 127 restaurants with a Bib Gourmand


The 2018 Guide for New York City will go on sale at major book retailers starting Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2017, for a suggested retail price of $18.99. 

 

New York City MICHELIN Guide 2018

Starred establishments

Three Stars

Exceptional cuisine, worth a special journey

ESTABLISHMENT

AREA

SUB AREA

Chef

Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

Manhattan

Midtown West

César Ramirez

Eleven Madison Park

Manhattan

Gramercy, Flatiron & Union Square

Daniel Humm

Le Bernardin

Manhattan

Midtown West

Eric Ripert

Masa

Manhattan

Midtown West

Masa Takayama

Per Se

Manhattan

Midtown West

Thomas Keller

 

Two Stars

Excellent cuisine, worth a detour

ESTABLISHMENT

AREA

SUB AREA

NEW

Aquavit

Manhattan

Midtown East

 

Aska

Brooklyn

Williamsburg

 

Atera

Manhattan

TriBeCa

 

Blanca

Brooklyn

Fort Greene & Bushwick

 

Daniel

Manhattan

Upper East Side

 

Jean-Georges

Manhattan

Upper West Side

 

Jungsik

Manhattan

TriBeCa

 

Ko

Manhattan

East Village

 

Marea

Manhattan

Midtown West

 

Modern (The)

Manhattan

Midtown West

 

Sushi Ginza Onodera

Manhattan

Midtown East

NEW

 

 

 

 

One Star

High quality cooking, worth a stop

ESTABLISHMENT

AREA

SUB AREA

NEW

Agern

Manhattan

Midtown East

 

Ai Fiori

Manhattan

Midtown West

 

Aldea

Manhattan

Gramercy, Flatiron & Union Square

 

Aureole

Manhattan

Midtown West

 

Babbo

Manhattan

Greenwich & West Village

 

Bar Uchū

Manhattan

Lower East Side

NEW

Bâtard

Manhattan

TriBeCa

 

Blue Hill

Manhattan

Greenwich & West Village

 

Breslin (The)

Manhattan

Gramercy, Flatiron & Union Square

 

Café Boulud

Manhattan

Upper East Side

 

Café China

Manhattan

Midtown East

 

Carbone

Manhattan

Greenwich & West Village

 

Casa Enríque

Queens

 

 

Casa Mono

Manhattan

Gramercy, Flatiron & Union Square

 

Caviar Russe

Manhattan

Midtown East

 

Clocktower (The)

Manhattan

Gramercy, Flatiron & Union Square

NEW

Contra

Manhattan

Lower East Side

 

Cote

Manhattan

Gramercy, Flatiron & Union Square

NEW

Del Posto

Manhattan

Chelsea

 

Delaware and Hudson

Brooklyn

Williamsburg

 

Dovetail

Manhattan

Upper West Side

 

Faro

Brooklyn

Fort Greene & Bushwick

 

Finch (The)

Brooklyn

Fort Greene & Bushwick

 

Gabriel Kreuther

Manhattan

Midtown West

 

Gotham Bar and Grill

Manhattan

Greenwich & West Village

 

Gramercy Tavern

Manhattan

Gramercy, Flatiron & Union Square

 

Günter Seeger NY

Manhattan

Greenwich & West Village

 

Hirohisa

Manhattan

SoHo & Nolita

 

Jewel Bako

Manhattan

East Village

 

Junoon

Manhattan

Gramercy, Flatiron & Union Square

 

Kajitsu

Manhattan

Midtown East

 

Kanoyama

Manhattan

East Village

 

Kyo Ya

Manhattan

East Village

 

L’Appart

Manhattan

Financial District

 

La Sirena

Manhattan

Chelsea

 

La Vara

Brooklyn

Downtown

 

Meadowsweet

Brooklyn

Williamsburg

 

Minetta Tavern

Manhattan

Greenwich & West Village

 

Musket Room (The)

Manhattan

SoHo & Nolita

 

Nix

Manhattan

Greenwich & West Village

 

NoMad

Manhattan

Gramercy, Flatiron & Union Square

 

Peter Luger

Brooklyn

Williamsburg

 

Rebelle

Manhattan

SoHo & Nolita

 

River Café (The)

Brooklyn

Downtown

 

Rouge Tomate

Manhattan

Chelsea

NEW

Satsuki

Manhattan

Midtown West

NEW

Sushi Amane

Manhattan

Midtown East

NEW

Sushi Inoue

Manhattan

Harlem, Morningside & Washington Heights

 

Sushi Yasuda

Manhattan

Midtown East

 

Sushi Zo

Manhattan

Greenwich & West Village

 

Tempura Matsui

Manhattan

Midtown East

 

Tori Shin

Manhattan

Midtown West

 

Uncle Boons

Manhattan

SoHo & Nolita

 

Ushiwakamaru

Manhattan

Chelsea

 

Wallsé

Manhattan

Greenwich & West Village

 

ZZ's Clam Bar

Manhattan

Greenwich & West Village

 

 

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