New York Michelin Restaurant Guide

When it comes to representing the food scene of New York, there may be 100 different answers from 100 people. Indeed, in this city that embraces multicultural fusion, one can take a culinary journey around the world just by circling the city. However, there is one type of cuisine that attracts people from all over the world, to the extent that they are willing to take a flight just to experience it. Michelin-starred restaurants have always held a mysterious and tantalizing impression on the minds of ordinary people. So, since we are in New York, let's uncover the mystery behind Michelin-starred restaurants together!

Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare

Operating a Michelin three-star restaurant that blends French and Japanese cuisine, the tasting menu at the restaurant is determined by head chef Cesar Ramirez. Ramirez lived in Osaka, Japan for eight years, and his restaurant often uses famous Japanese ingredients such as Hokkaido sea urchin, Miyazaki A5 wagyu beef, and has significant expertise in handling premium seafood.
The two-star Michelin French restaurant is led by renowned French chef Daniel Boulud. The foie gras and beef are both of high quality. The recommended prix fixe menu includes four courses priced at $142, which can be paired with red wines ranging from $75 to $135. For a more lavish dining experience, the seven-course tasting menu priced at $234 is recommended, which can be paired with red wines ranging from $125 to $225.


The Michelin three-star restaurant located in the Upper Westside area serves modern French cuisine and is the flagship restaurant of famous French chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The restaurant is divided into two sections, the main dining room and the outdoor dining area. Guests can choose the $158 Tasting Menu or the $58 Tastes of Summer (including two dishes at $29 per dish) for lunch. Dinner options include Jean-Georges' Menu for $218, Vegetable Menu for $188, and Prix Fixe Menu for $128 (with three courses).
This restaurant is the only Japanese cuisine restaurant among the three-star Michelin restaurants in New York, and it is also one of the most expensive restaurants in the world. The average cost per person is as high as $450, so be cautious before dining. However, the restaurant is extremely meticulous in handling everything, even the wooden platform for making sushi is made from precious materials flown in from Japan. Those who want to enjoy top-notch Japanese cuisine and have a lot of money to spare can give it a try. Credit cards are accepted, reservations are accepted, and casual attire is not recommended.
Michelin three-star restaurant, flagship restaurant of American chef Thomas Keller in New York, won the 2015 Travelers' Choice Award. The restaurant offers fixed lunch menus with 5, 7, and 9 courses, priced at $215, $255, and $325 respectively. For dinner, guests can choose from a 9-course vegetable tasting menu or chef's tasting menu, both priced at $325.

Caf e China

Awarded one Michelin star in 2012, with elegant surroundings and tasteful decor, specializing in fusion cuisine.