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    MICHELIN Guide Beijing 2021: King’s Joy becoming world’s first three-starred vegetarian restaurant

    Michelin has revealed on November 16th the new 2021 edition of the MICHELIN Guide Beijing. In total, 30 establishments have been selected, including 2 Three-Star restaurants: Xin Rong Ji (Xinyuan South Road) and King’s Joy (promoted from Two Stars to Three Stars), 2 Two-Stars: Shanghai Cuisine and Jingji(new to the list) and 26 One-Stars, in which 7 establishments get their first One Star. King’s Joy Chef Gary Yin, world’s youngest 3 Michelin-starred chef in 2020@legengaryin INS King’s Joy Classic Dishes @legengaryin INS This year’s Service Award goes to Ms. Liu Shiling from Xin Rong Ji (Xinyuannan Road) as a supervisor and the Young Chef Award goes to Julien Cadiou, the French chef of restaurant Jing. It is worth mentioning that after other countries like France,…

    Michelin Releases 2021 Shanghai Michelin Guide: Restaurants Da Vittorio and Bao Li Xuan Promoted to Two Stars

    The 2021 Shanghai Michelin Guide was officially announced today on October 21. There were a total of 43 entrants which consists of 3 Michelin star Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet, ten 2 Michelin star (2 newcomers), and thirty-two 1 Michelin star (4 newcomers) restaurants that complete the list.

    【Shanghai】Hakkasan Shanghai close its doors effective Monday April 13

    A big closure has been announced, with Hakkasan Shanghai closing its doors for good effective Monday April 13. Bund No. 3 and No. 18 were previously the two most popular buildings on the Bund. Faced with the expensive rents, the loss of tourists due to the epidemic, Hakkasan’s permanent closure is no doubt a warning sign. Moreover, the Studio Frantzen, which was expected to open on the Bund 5 in March, is now pending without further information.

    Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants to switch from on-site gathering to online awards ceremony

    The organiser of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants and Saga Prefecture have together taken the reluctant decision to cancel this year’s on-site event programme in Japan. After consultation with The Governor of Saga Prefecture, 50 Best feels it has no alternative but to reformat the awards ceremony and related events on this occasion.