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MICHELIN Guide 2024 – Thailand


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 Surat Thani province -mainland and Ko Samui- newly covered in this seventh local edition.

At the MICHELIN Guide Ceremony Thailand, Michelin has officially unveiled The MICHELIN Guide Thailand 2024 edition, revealing its much-awaited full restaurant selection, and celebrated the accomplishments of Thailand’s vibrant and dynamic culinary community.

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 Selected entries (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.

According to Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the MICHELIN Guides, with an abundance of great local produce, including the freshest premium seafood, combined with a melting pot of cultures, Ko Samui and the mainland city of Surat Thani – the two additions in the beautiful gulf of Thailand – boast a vibrant and varied culinary scene that further contributes to The MICHELIN Guide Thailand’s existing restaurant selection.

Our inspectors have experienced the true diversity that Thailand has to offer, from modern restaurants pushing culinary boundaries to simple street food stalls – continuously reinforcing Thailand’s rich gastronomic culture and heritage. The 2024 edition of The MICHELIN Guide Thailand highlights not only these exceptional culinary experiences, but also the latest trends in the country’s culinary world,” said Mr. Poullennec.

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