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All 30 Tampa restaurants currently in the Florida MICHELIN Guide

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Outside Psomi in Tampa

The MICHELIN Guide continues to show love to some of the top casual, and upscale restaurants across Tampa. 6 new restaurants were just added this week. In total, 30 local restaurants are now featured in the guide, and 3 local restaurants have received MICHELIN stars. Here’s a breakdown of the 30 spots now part of the coveted culinary guide. You can see the full Florida MICHELIN Guide here.

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Supernatural Food & Wine

Fresh donuts, coffee, and mouth-watering sandwiches. What more can you want from your friendly neighborhood breakfast spot?

305 E Polk Street

Restaurant BT

This French-Vietnamese eatery in South Tampa serves up flavorful fare. From Chef BT Nguyen’s take on tom yum soup to the classically French coq au vin, you can’t go wrong.

2507 S MacDill Ave

Rooster and The Till

Whether you’re looking to splurge on their tasting menu, or you prefer to order à la carte, this New American restaurant keeps you guessing with their ever-changing menu. Our current favorite? The vindaloo pappardelle.

6500 N Florida Ave

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Warm Olive Oil + Polenta Cake: Blackberry basil jam, pistachio butter creme anglaise, olive oil sea salt ice cream

Mise en Place

Rooted in French cuisine, Mise en Place never fails to remain on Tampa’s must try restaurant lists. Start with their expansive wine list and continue on to the main course–but don’t forget to squeeze in their soft shell crab as a starter.

442 W Grand Central Ave


It’s not every day you get a taste of Scandinavia down here in Tampa Bay. At Ebbe, Chef Ebbe takes his diners on a multi-course tasting experience that combines signature Florida bites with Scandinavian tastes.

1202 N Franklin St

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Chef/restaurateur John Fraser at Lilac

Lilac at Tampa EDITION

Inside The Tampa EDITION hotel, Lilac brings eastern Mediterranean flavors to fine dining with a vegetable-forward menu. Their tableside Champagne Cart and caviar service are just a few of the elements that make the meal feel truly luxurious.

500 Channelside Dr


This restaurant focuses on seafood-drived Mediterranean cuisine in homage to the owners’ great-grandmother. After dining, explore their in-house retail to take a piece of Predalina home with you.

1001 E Cumberland Ave

Four plates of food at The Pearl

The Pearl

Between their tavern, oyster room, and dining room, The Pearl has it all. Sit back with an order of seasonal oysters and their clam chowder for a taste of the sea right on Water Street.

823 Water St C100


This 8-seat tasting-menu-only restaurant has mastered the art of an intimate dining experience. The contemporary Japanese menu offers unexpected dishes, and just know that seafood will always be on the menu.

807 W Platt St


Meaning “dinner” or “supper” in Italian, this restaurant offers fresh and simple food from within the Grand Central building. In the mood for something decadent? Go for their braised wagyu short rib risotto.

1120 E Kennedy Blvd UNIT 112

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Hanabi Maki – Chu Toro, Tempura Shishito Peppers, Serrano relish and avocado.

Noble Rice

An expansion of Koya, Noble Rice offers omakase as well as an à la carte sushi-focused menu. If sushi isn’t quite your thing, try the crispy pork belly or get cozy with a bowl of ramen.

615 Channelside Dr


Overlooking the Hillsborough River, Ulele uses a 10’ barbacoa grill to prepare all of its dishes. For a taste of Florida, look no further than their pompano or alligator hush puppies.

1810 N Highland Ave

Oak & Ola

Next time you visit the Armature Works, check out this EuroAmerican restaurant and its seasonal menu. For brunch, you can never pass up on their bread pudding french toast–it’s a must!

1810 N Ola Ave


With southern-inspired ingredients and grass-fed beef, Steelbach is raising the standard when it comes to steak. This chophouse, also in Armature Works, uses an oak and mesquite open fire grill to get the smokiness just right.

 1902 N Ola Ave

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Rendering via Kōsen


This 20+ course omakase experience is led by Executive Chef Wei Chen, who brings his 20 years of experience to the table. Watch Chef Chen prepare each course from your chair at the 12-seat sushi bar.

307 W Palm Ave


Rocca’s pasta-focused menu brings fresh and bright flavors to the forefront. The best part? Tableside mozzarella from their mozzarella cart, enough to get your taste buds going before the main course.

323 W Palm Ave

On Swann

From within Hyde Park Village comes On Swann: a New American favorite with menus inspired by Italian, Southern, Spanish, and French cuisine. Keep an eye on their website for their upcoming exclusive dinner series.

 1501 W Swann Ave

Timpano Hyde Park

Also located in Hyde Park Village, this rustic Italian restaurant offers comfort classics but with flair. There’s something for everyone at Timpano, just don’t forget to pop by their bar for a cocktail, like their appropriately named Amalfi Coastline.

1610 W Swann Ave

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Greek almond biscuits at Psomi


When you dine in Psomi’s garden terrace, it’s hard to believe you’re not in the Greek isles. Fresh ingredients and a homestyle approach makes this a hit spot for brunch and lunch. For sweets, bring home a piece of mama’s baklava.

701 N Howard Ave

Columbia Restaurant

Hailed as Florida’s oldest restaurant, this family owned and operated restaurant in Ybor City has been serving the community for more than 117 years. Consider yourself a wine expert? They boast one of the largest Spanish wine collections in the world.

2117 E 7th Ave


Whether it be date night or catching up with friends, you can have your fill at Haven. Cheese, charcuterie, and a vast collection of whiskies, bourbons, scotches, and wines make this place the perfect home away from home.

2208 W Morrison Ave

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Photo via Bern’s Steak House/FB

Bern’s Steak House

Steak-lovers unite at Bern’s, where prime steaks are cut to order and dry-aged. For those more interested in the end of the meal, their internationally famous dessert room never disappoints.

1208 S Howard Ave

Elevage SoHo Kitchen & Bar

Inside the Epicurean Hotel, you’ll find Elevage SoHo Kitchen & Bar, where timeless classics are elevated to excellence. With an all-day menu, stop in anytime, from breakfast all the way through happy hour and dinner.

1207 S Howard Ave

Ponte Tampa

With roots in the Tampa Bay favorite, Cafe Ponte, this restaurant marries French and Italian influences with New American. Expect to experience fine dining at its most elegant with hits like tuna toro, escargot, and baked oysters.

1010 Gramercy Lane


Northern and Southern Italian fare come together at Olivia, where you can watch their team work in their dough room as you eat brunch, lunch, or dinner. Rich, rustic flavors shine in every bite at Olivia, with notable favorites including the arancini and squid ink casarecce.

3601 W Swann Ave

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Left: Cemita; Right: combo of yellow bolita and red conico corn tortilla

Streetlight Taco

Corn is at the heart of Streetlight Taco, where they use fresh ground masa for hand-pressed tortillas. Perfect for a hot afternoon, try their coco margarita with “Sunday snack” tostadas.

4004 W Henderson Blvd

Bistro BT

Led by the same chef as Restaurant BT, this small French-Vietnamese bistro serves home style meals, wine, and coffee. There’s no other place where you can get Vietnamese coffee and duck confit under the same roof.

4267 Henderson Blvd

Yummy House

For authentic Chinese dim sum, you’ve come to the right place for buns, dumplings, and more. Feeling more than peckish? Try their dinner menu, where you can taste their famous salt and pepper mix.

2620 E Hillsborough Ave

Flaming Mountain

This Chinese grill and skewer bar delivers authentic meals that are always consistent. Not sure whether you’re ready to take on the heat? That’s OK–just ask to turn down the spice.

13520 University Plaza St

Gorkhali Kitchen

For Himalayan-inspired dishes, you have come to the right place. Get a taste of Kathmandu City for lunch or dinner by trying Nepalese small plates and other traditional bites.

10044 Cross Creek Blvd

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