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Michelin awards 75 Bib Gourmands in HK and Macau

Michelin has announced the new recipients of its Bib Gourmand awards, a week before the official Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2017 will be released.

Among the 63 official Bib Gourmand restaurants in Hong Kong and 12 in Macau, six have been put forward for the first time. Hong Kong’s proud owners are: Brass Spoon (Vietnamese), Ciak – All Day Italian (Italian), Liu Yuan Pavilion (Shanghainese), Sing Kee (Cantonese) and then Castiço (Portuguese) and Xin (HotPot) in Macau.

The Bib Gourmand status is awarded by the inspectors to establishments that offer a three course menu at a maximum of HK$300 (£31).

“The addresses selected this year by our inspectors reflect the local gastronomic scene and the cuisine that can be found in the streets of these two cities,” said Michael Ellis, international director of Michelin Guides.

“Alongside Cantonese cuisine, the various restaurants and stalls in fact offer a wide variety of different Chinese cuisines. Whether Shanghainese, Indonesian, Szechuan specialities, or noodles or steamed appetizers, the Hong Kong and Macau gastronomic landscape has strong local cuisine of high quality offered at reasonable prices – to the delight of locals and visitors alike.”

Restaurants which have retained their Bib Gourmand status include Ancient Moon (Malaysian) in North Point, Bombay Dreams (Indian) in Central, Chilli Club (Thai) in Wan Chai and A Lorcha (Portugese) in Macau, with the full list posted on the Michelin website.

Michelin will release its Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2017 on 9 November.

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