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November 8, 2023

New York Michelin Guide 2023: 12 New Stars Awarded

The famous Michelin Guide is back to aid one to take an even bigger bite out of the Big Apple.

By Bea Isaacson

Foodies everywhere, rejoice; just in time for the festive season, the New York Michelin Guide for 2023 is out, and this time, with a remarkable 12 new stars, including eight new One stars, two new two stars, and even two green stars.

Long established as one of the culinary epicenters of the globe’s dining scene, New York – especially, within that, New York City – already stands head and shoulders above most of the world cities for its fantastic food offerings, from its 400 Michelin Guide featured restaurants to the street food pizza that so defines its urban character.

So it’s not, therefore, a matter of the city and state having to prove itself and its gastronomic prowess; the ‘Melting Pot’ of America is instead going from strength to strength with new stars being awarded upon the city’s kitchens every year.

[See also: How the Prestigious Michelin Star System Really Works]

New York City Two Michelin star Atomix
The two-Michelin-starred Atomix in New York / ©Diane Kang

Whilst admittedly not quite yet at the Michelin starred levels of Paris and Tokyo – for now, anyway – New York offers something entirely different in its fantastic range of world cuisines and experiences.

It’s an especially notable year for East Asian cuisines; both of the two new two star offerings, odo – upgraded from a one star for 2023 – and Sushi Noz, are Japanese restaurants.

Odo is small, intimate and offers a singular kaiseki menu; the guide applauds it for a ‘serene’ and ‘in-the-know’ atmosphere. Sushi Noz, the guide details, is a ‘sacred space’ in which kimono-dressed staff and Chef Nozomu Abe himself endure to engulf guests in the warmth of Japanese hospitality.

[See also: California Michelin Guide 2023: State’s Top Restaurants Revealed]

Similarly, recently awarded a one star is contemporary Korean contemporary restaurant Bōm, the 10-seat counter Sushi Ichimura, One Vanderbilt’s Japanese restaurant Jōji, and the tucked away hidden gem Meju, which offers a Korean menu.

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It’s also been a good year for the French cuisine scene of New York, too. The atmospheric and buzzy Essential by Christophe has been awarded one Michelin star, whilst Restaurant Yuu combines French and – what else? – Japanese cuisine for a charming and sophisticated menu and dining experience.

And bringing up the green star ranks from one last year to three this year are vegetarian restaurant Dirt Candy and All-American fare Family Meal at Blue Hill. Incorporating meat-free supply chains, these restaurants champion sustainability across their menus and restaurant operations.

[See also: Michelin Updates Michelin Guide Dubai for 2023]

Start spreading the news, as Frank Sinatra sings; here is the New York Michelin Guide for 2023.

Three Michelin Stars

Eleven Madison Park

Le Bernadin

Masa

Per Se

Two Michelin Stars

Al Coro

Aquavit

Aska

Atera

Atomix

Blue Hill at Stone Barns

Daniel

Gabriel Kreuther

Jean-Georges

Jungsik

The Modern

Odo

Saga

Sushi Noz

One Michelin Stars

63 Clinton

Bōm

Casa Mono

Caviar Russe

Clover Hill

Cote

Crown Shy

Dirt Candy

Essential by Christophe

Estela

Family Meal at Blue Hill

The Four Horsemen

Francie

Frevo

Gramercy Tavern

Hirohisa

Icca

Jeju Noodle Bar

Jōji

Joomak Banjum

Jua

Kochi

Kosaka

L’Abeille

Le Coucou

Le Jardinier

Le Pavillon

Mari

Meju

The Musket Room

Noda

Noz 17

Oiji Mi

One White Street

Oxalis

Oxomoco

Red Paper Clip

Restaurant Yuu

Rezdora

The River Cafe

Semma

Shion 69 Leonard Street

Shmoné

Sushi Amane

Sushi Ichimura

Sushi Nakazawa

Sushi Yasuda

Tempura Matsui

Torien

Torrisi

Tsukimi

Tuome

Vestry

Yoshino

Green Michelin Stars

Blue Hill at Stone Barns

Dirt Candy

Family Meal at Blue Hill

guide.michelin.com

[See also: Rising Stars: Next-gen Chefs in the Michelin Guide]

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