The Michelin Guide has announced the latest update to its New York dining guide, which includes eight new restaurants for June. That, combined with 10 in April, makes for 18 additions to the almost 400 restaurants that could be up for a Michelin star or Bib Gourmand award in the fall.

The anonymous panel added Tolo from Ron Yan of Parcelle, a spot that pairs often showstopping wines with Chinese dishes. As expected, Cote sibling and home of the caviar-topped chicken nugget, Coqodaq, is also a pick. South Indian star Kanyakumari, from Salil Mehta, is a June recommendation, along with Cafe Carmellini, a greatest hits album from chef Andrew Carmellini. Fidel Caballero’s groundbreaking Mexican restaurant, Corima, joins, along with Four Twenty Five, the Midtown temple to power dining from Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Foxface Natural, a favorite of critics (outside of our own), makes the list, along with the lone spot outside of Manhattan, Long Island City’s Vert Frais, a destination for late-night fans of midnight ramen from Kanoyama by Sanshiro.

Keeping track of Michelin-recommended restaurants allows people who care to peek at where inspectors are dining, though these shout-outs don’t guarantee a Bib Gourmand or a Michelin star. The publication says of these additions, “If New York is known for anything, it’s the diversity.” Michelin calls the first round of adds in April, “delicious and wallet-friendly.”

Michelin has not yet announced a date for the awards or the more affordable Bib Gourmands. Last year, New York’s awards were bundled with Washington, D.C., and Chicago and presented in November. Eater has reached out for more information.

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