With 2 new two Stars, 6 new one Star and one new MICHELIN Green Star, Thailand pursues its culinary journey to excellence.

Of the 6 new one MICHELIN Star entries, 3 mark their debut in the selection.

The 2024 MICHEliN Guide Thailand showcases a total of 447 Food establishments: 7 two MICHELIN Stars, 28 one MICHELIN Star, 196 Bib Gourmand and 216 MICHELIN Selected venues.

Among new additions to the Guide, 23 are from Ko Samui and Surat Thani Mainland, newly covered in this seventh Local edition.

The newly released Guide features 447 establishments – with 7 two MICHELIN Stars (2 promoted from one MICHELIN Star), 28 one MICHELIN Star (3 newcomers, and 3 promoted from MICHELIN Selected), 196 Bib Gourmand (28 newcomers, and 4 moved from MICHELIN Selected), and 216 MICHELIN Selectedentries (37 newcomers). Among new additions to the Guide, 23 are from ko Samui (4 Bib Gourmand, and 7 MICHELIN Selected entries) and Surat Thani Mainland (8 Bib Gourmand, and 4 MICHELIN Selected entries), the newly covered territories in this seventh Local edition.

Underlying trends of Thailand’s culinary and gastronomic scene: Modern Thai cooking, healthy CUISINEs, sustainable production, and female prominence.

The trend for healthy and vegetarian CUISINE also continues in Thailand, with the demand for plant-based and Organic Foods steadily rising as consumers have become more attuned to their consumption habits. This health-consciousness has led to a surge in demand for Organic and healthy Food products. Therefore, the trend of using Locally produced, home-grown ingredients and of sustainable production is becoming more prominent – especially in upscale Restaurants.

Particularly notable is the growing number of female chefs and entrepreneurs in the Food and Beverage industry, who play significant roles in developing and shaping the culinary scene across the entire country.

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