New York City's 3 Michelin Star Restaurants

The Michelin Guide, released every year is renowned as the authority on world-class dining and New York City is certainly a food haven with an impressive six restaurants having gained three Michelin stars. With cuisines ranging from modern French at Jean Georges to Japanese at Masa, you'll enjoy exploring the delights that New York's culinary scene has to offer.

Restaurants

1. Chef's Table Brooklyn Fare

Enjoy a 15 course tasting menu at Chef César Ramiriez's Michelin-starred Brooklyn restaurant. With counter seating and space for only 18 a meal here is an intimate experience and perfect for foodies who like to see behind the scenes.

Bookings should be made 6 weeks in advance by phone.

200 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

2. Eleven Madison Park

Quite the showy affair with card tricks included, Eleven Madison Park offers a fun dining experience with superb cuisine. Among its accolades the restaurant, headed by chef Daniel Humm, can boast three Michelin stars, a four star review from the New York Times, and a position five years running on S. Pellegrino's list of the The World's 50 Best Restaurants.

11 Madison Ave, NY 10010

3. Jean Georges

With three Michelin stars and a coveted four star review in The New York Times, Jean-Georges Vongerichten's modern take on French cuisine is some of the best in the world.

Trump International Hotel & Tower, 1 Central Park West, NY 10023

4. Le Bernardin

Brought from Paris in 1986, this three star Michelin restaurant specializes in seafood. The locale has maintained a four star review in the New York Times since its first review in 1986. Along with this impressive honor, Le Bernardin has maintained it's three Michelin stars since they were first awarded in 2005 and is ranked number 21 on S. Pellegrino's list of The World's 50 Best Restaurants.

155 West 51st Street, Midtown, NY 10019

5. Masa

Masa is a truly indulgent experience perfect for foodies across the globe. Opened in 2004 by Masayoshi Takayama's, Sam Sifton of the New York Times has labeled it "the city's greatest sushi restaurant."

10 Columbus Circle, Upper West Side, NY 10019

6. Per Se

Serving classic French fare Per Se, located in the Time Warner Center, boasts stunning views of Central Park but it's the cuisine that is the star here. This is the perfect place to eat with friends or family (though be warned the meal may strech to four or five hours). Offered daily are a nine course tasting menu and nine course vegetable tasting menu where no ingredient is ever repeated. For the dessert lovers Per Se also offers a five course tasting extravaganza.

10 Columbus Circle, Upper West Side, NY 10019

For more Michelin star restaurants view a list of NYC's 2-star and 1-star Michelin restaurants