Extraordinary Michelin-Rated Restaurants on the San Francisco Peninsula

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After taking a year off for the pandemic, Michelin finally updated its California guide with a fresh rounds of stars at the end of 2021. The Peninsula and Northern Silicon Valley boast eleven Michelin-rated restaurants! 

To discover the award-winners closest to you, here’s exactly where those Micheline stars are shining. 

 Bon appetit! 



Rasa Contemporary Indian – 1 star

209 Park Road Burlingame, CA 94010

Even in Silicon Valley with high standards for Indian restaurants, the guide acknowledged Rasa for its upscale South Indian cuisine.


Photo: Rasa


Sushi Yoshizumi – 1 star

325 4th Avenue San Mateo, CA 94401

The San Mateo sushi favorite is still an in-demand reservation.


Photo: Sushi Yoshizumi


Wakuriya – 1 star

115 De Anza Boulevard San Mateo, CA 94402

With the one counter, one chef and one star, Wakuriya is a shopping center gem.


Photo: Jun Seita, Flickr




Sushi Shin – 1 star

312 Arguello Street Redwood City, CA 94063

Earning its first star this year, this cozy omasake counter that’s well loved by Redwood City locals made the list. 


Photo: SF Chronicle



Selby’s – 1 star

3001 El Camino Real Redwood City, CA 94061

The luxurious newish steakhouse from the Bacchus group (Spruce, Village Pub, Pizza Antica), complete with tomahawks and a martini cart.


Photo: Selby’s



The Village Pub – 1 star

2967 Woodside Road Woodside, CA 94062

Yet another star from the Bacchus group (Spruce, Selby’s and Pizza Antica), the Village pub offers the rolling hills of Woodside in California a refined destination with pulse atmosphere and consistency you can rely on.