It’s that time of the year again: Our Parisian friends over at The Michelin Guide have produced their annual report on the world’s best restaurants. And we’re proud that here in New York, there are some awesome new additions to the list:
In addition to New York’s six restaurants that already have three Michelin stars (Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare, Daniel, Eleven Madison Park, Jean Georges, Le Bernardin, Masa, and Per Se) and six restaurants that have two Michelin stars (Corton, Gilt, Gordon Ramsay at the London, Marea, Momofuku Ko and Soto), newcomer Atera, has been added to the two star list. The restaurant, only open for six months, is unique in that it only offers counter seating and a $150 tasting menu, yet chef Matthew Lightner has clearly been doing something right.
New York is now also home to 52 restaurants with one Michelin star. This year’s additions to that list include Aquavit, Blanca, Café China (on Seamless, and three blocks from our HQ!), 15 East, Hakkasan, Jungsik, Lan Sheng (also on Seamless, and one block from our HQ!), The NoMad and Torrisi Italian Specialties.