To: Alix Martichoux, Nexstar Media Wire
Has been updated:
(NEXSTAR) – 30 restaurants around California have been added to the delicious and authoritative pages of the Official Michelin Guide.
French tire company Michelin created its own guidebook as a way to help drivers find good places to eat during their road trips. is usually worth a special trip in and of itself.
The company announced this week that 37 restaurants will be added to the Michelin Guide of California. Renowned restaurants offer counter-service omakase sushi (Rebel Omakase), casual, inventive Thai cuisine (Bird & Buffalo), and seasonal menus (Hatchet Hall).
“With these regular revelations and selection updates throughout the year, we will highlight this profession and give everyone the opportunity to discover and support the restaurants around them,” said Gwendal Pouleneck, International Director of the Michelin Guide. We hope to provide you with publication.
Los Angeles dominates the list of newer spots, but more than half are in the Los Angeles area, though there are a few in the San Francisco Bay Area, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and more.
Two restaurants, Yanbang Society in Los Angeles and Kingfisher in San Diego, won just two months ago. Bon Appétit’s list of best new restaurants.
Here is the full list of new additions:
- Amazushi (Montecito)
- Asterid (Los Angeles) by Ray Garcia
- Bar Le Court (Los Olivos)
- Bird & Buffalo (Oakland)
- Caboco (Los Angeles)
- Camphor (Los Angeles)
- Turita (Venice)
- Cyrus (Geyserville)
- Damian (Los Angeles)
- Dutchess (Ojai)
- Ember (Arroyo Grande)
- The Hutch (Paso Robles)
- Hatchet Hall (Los Angeles)
- Hi Felicia (Oakland)
- Full Bloom (Paso Robles)
- Itria (San Francisco)
- Ken (San Francisco)
- Kingfisher (San Diego)
- Kin (Los Angeles)
- Kodo (Los Angeles)
- La Cha Cha Cha, Los Angeles
- Les Petites Canailles, Paso Robles
- Matu (Beverly Hills)
- Meteora (Los Angeles)
- Nate’s on Marsh, in San Luis Obispo
- Osito (San Francisco)
- Farmer FEAST (Solvang)
- Pizzeria Bianco, Los Angeles
- Ramen & Tsukemen TAO (Buena Park)
- Rebellion Omakase (Laguna Beach)
- Saffy’s (Los Angeles)
- Saint Laurel (Los Angeles)
- Sushi Kaneyoshi (Los Angeles)
- Valle (Oceanside)
- Ryobankai (Los Angeles)
- Yuji (San Francisco)
- Yunomi Handroll Bar (Los Angeles)
For details of each restaurant, MICHELIN GUIDE PREVIEW.
The full Michelin selection, including which restaurants have been awarded 1, 2 and 3 Michelin stars, will be unveiled on December 5th.
https://www.kron4.com/news/california/these-37-california-restaurants-just-got-michelin-recognition/ These 37 California restaurants are Michelin-certified