At a ceremony in Bangkok earlier today at Capella Bangkok, Michelin Guide Thailand announced all the stars for the coming year. A total of 35 restaurants received Michelin stars. Six new Bangkok restaurants got their first star this year, and the city can now boast seven two-star Michelin restaurants.

BK’s Top Tables 2023 No.1 pick Baan Tepa was promoted to two stars this year, as was long time Indian dining favorite Gaa. New entries on the list include the recently opened and impressively designed Inddee as well as long-time favorite Samrub Samrub Thai. Paste, Sra Bua, Yu Ting Yuang, Methavalai Sorndaeng, Savelberg, and J’aime did not retain their one star ratings. 

This year saw the guide extended to Samui and mainland Surat Thani. Also, four “green stars” were given out for restaurants recognized for their sustainability. 


One Michelin Star


Jay Fai (retainee)

Signature (retainee)

Nahm (retainee)

Igniv (retainee)

Chim by Siam Wisdom (retainee) 

Haoma (retainee)

Saneh Jaan (retainee)

Sushi Masato (retainee)

Aksorn (retainee)

Canvas (retainee)

80/20 (retainee)

Cadence by Dan Bark (retainee)

Khao Ekkamai (retainee)

Elements, Inspired by Ciel Bleu (retainee)

Potong (retainee)

Pru (retainee)

Côte by Mauro Colagreco (retainee)

Maison Dunand (retainee)

Le Normandie by Alain Roux (retainee, loss of one star)

Suan Thip (retainee)

Blue by Alain Ducasse (retainee)

Le Du (retainee)

Inddee (NEW)

Samrub Samrub Thai (NEW)

Resonance (NEW)

Nawa (NEW)

Mia (NEW)

Wana Yook (NEW)                     


Two Michelin Stars


Sorn (retainee)

Mezzaluna (retainee)

R-Haan (retainee)

Sühring (retainee)

Chef’s Table (retainee)

Gaa (NEW)

Baan Tepa (NEW)


Special Awards


Service Award: Louis Bourgeois from Chef’s Table

Young Chef Award: Chudaree Debhakam from Baan Tepa

Opening of the Year Award: Witchupol Charoensupaya from Nawa

Sommelier Award-Thanakorn Bottorff from Inddee


Green Stars (Sustainable Gastronomy)





J’aime by Jean-Michel Lorain


This marks the seventh Michelin Guide Thailand. The first occurred in December 2017 at Grand Hyatt Erawan Bangkok hotel, with only 17 restaurants receiving Michelin stars. The Michelin Guide Thailand has since expanded its repertoire to inspect destinations across the country, including Phuket, Phang Nga, Chiang Mai, Ayuthaya, and the newly added Isaan provinces.