The Shanghai Michelin Star Guide for 2020

Michelin Star

PARIS, Sept 19 — Michelin officials have advanced two new cafés in Shanghai to the two-star club for the Michelin Guide of 2020.

The term “Michelin Star” is a hallmark of fine dining quality. Restaurants around the world proudly promote their Michelin Star status.

Ji Pin Court is rewarded its second Michelin Star as well as, Taian Table, in the fourth release of the red guide for Shanghai. Stefan Stiller, a culinary extraordinaire of Taian Table, readies a tasting menu before his visitors in an open kitchen setting.

T’ang Court only gains one Michelin Star in the 2020 edition, after being downgraded to two stars in the 2019 Guide. The Cantonese restaurant was given three Michelin Stars in the inaugural Michelin Guide Shanghai 2017.

Yi Long Court, one of the other two-star Cantonese restaurants in last year’s Guide also lost one star.

Paul Pairet, the French gourmet expert’s cutting edge, intelligent café Ultraviolet retains it’s firm hold onto three Michelin Stars in the city.

Michelin Star

Nine eateries who earned their first Michelin Star in the 2020 guide: Yu Zhi Lan; Ming Court; Jin Xuan; Chen Long Hang (Huangpu); Da Vittorio’s; Maison Lameloise; Bao Li Xuan; Moose (Pudong) and Xin Rong Ji (West Nangjing Road).

Quoting Gwendal Poullennec, “With 31 kinds of cooking compiled in the pages of the Michelin Guide Shanghai 2020. This determination likewise features the incredible variety offered to gourmets. Furthermore, with tables that superbly speak to neighborhood food and others that offer flavors from around the globe.” 

“Our groups of nearby specialists and worldwide investigators were likewise satisfied to watch the consideration given. In addition, it revolves around selection of fixings, the nature of administration and the wealth of the wine list, all deserving of global models.”

Overall, China’s biggest city landed 40 featured eateries in the Michelin Guide. — AFP-Relaxnews