Michelin Guide San Francisco 2017 announces 1 new 3 star, 1 new 2 star and 7 new 1 stars

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The Michelin Guide San Francisco 2017 announced one new three star as Quince goes from two stars to three in this year’s guide.

There was only one new two star in the guide as Lazy Bear gets bumped up from one to two stars joining Acquerello, Atelier Crenn, Baumé, Campton Place, Coi, and Commis in that category.

Among this year’s entrants in the one star category were San Francisco’s Hashiri, Mister Jiu’s, Ju-Ni, The Progress, and Mosu, Menlo Park’s Madera, and San Jose’s Adega.

The only restaurant to lose one star from last year is San Francisco’s Kusakabe.

With the Northern California based restaurant, Quince joining the three star club this marks the sixth Bay Area Restaurant to be honoured with the prestigious accolade tying it with New York.

With the release of the latest guide, San Francisco now has 54 restaurants being awarded the coveted star.

The Michelin Guide San Francisco 2017 is available from October 25.

Three Stars

Benu

The French Laundry

Manresa

Quince

Meadowood

Saison

Two Stars

Acquerello

Atelier Crenn

Baumé

Campton Place

Coi

Commis

Lazy Bear

One Star

Adega

Al’s Place

Aster

Auberge du Soleil

Aziza

Bouchon

Californios

Chez TJ

Commonwealth

Famhouse Inn & Restaurant

Gary Danko

Hashiri

jū-ni

Keiko à Nob Hill

Kin Khao

La Toque

Lord Stanley

Luce

Madera

Madrona Manor

Michael Mina

Mister Jiu’s

Mosu

Mourad

Nico

Octavia

Omakase

Plumed Hourse

The Progress

Rasa

Solbar

Sons & Daughters

SPQR

Spruce

State Bird Provisions

Sushi Yoshizumi

Terra

Terrapin Creek

The Village Pub

Wako

Wakuriya

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Editor 26th October 2016

Michelin Guide San Francisco 2017 announces 1 new 3 star, 1 new 2 star and 7 new 1 stars