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These 34 hawker favourites and eateries were selected for Singapore's first ever Michelin Guide

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These 34 hawker favourites and eateries were selected for Singapore's first ever Michelin Guide
Singapore’s inaugural Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand award unveils the best local eateries our city has to offer

The Michelin inspectors have eaten their way across the island in their quest to shortlist the best eateries and restaurants in Singapore. First up, the guide has released a list of 34 restaurants and street food stalls that have made the cut for the Bib Gourmand award — a distinction that recognises eateries offering a high-quality menu at a reasonable price. For Singapore, this price has been pegged at a maximum of S$45 per head. This inaugural list for Singapore includes 17 the most queue-worthy hawker joints. Get in line or chope a table at these stellar dining spots.


Bib Gourmand hawker stalls:
1. Claypot Laksa
Alexandra Village Food Centre, Bukit Merah
Famed for: Laksa claypot

2. A Noodle Story
Amoy Street Food Centre, Raffles Place
Famed for: Singaporean noodles

3. Famous Crispy Curry Puff
Amoy Street Food Centre, Raffles Place
Famed for: Deep fried puffs

4. Hong Kee Beef Noodle
Amoy Street Food Centre, Raffles Place
Famed for: Beef noodles

5. Hoo Kee Rice Dumpling
Amoy Street Food Centre, Raffles Place
Famed for: Rice dumpling

6. The Fishball Story
Golden Mile Food Centre, Beach Road
Famed for: Fishballs

7. Wedang
Golden Mile Food Centre, Beach Road
Famed for: Indonesian food and satay

8. Famous Sungei Road Trishaw
Hong Lim Market & Food Centre, Chinatown
Famed for: Laksa

9. Na Na Curry
115 Bukit Merah View Market & Food Centre, Bukit Merah
Famed for: Fish curry

10. Chey Sua Carrot Cake
127 Toa Payoh West M&F Centre, Toa Payoh
Famed for: Carrot cake

11. Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice
Maxwell Food Centre, Raffles Place
Famed for: Hainanese chicken rice

12. Shi Hui Yuan
Mei Ling Market & Food Centre, Queenstown
Famed for: Chicken and duck noodles

13. Alliance Seafood
Newton Food Centre, Newton
Famed for: Barbeque seafood

14. Tiong Bahru Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice
Tiong Bahru Market, Tiong Bahru
Famed for: Hainanese chicken rice

15. Hong Heng Fried Sotong Prawn Mee
Whampoa Market Place, Balestier
Famed for: Fried noodles

16. Balestier Road Hoover Rojak
Whampoa Market Place, Balestier
Famed for: Rojak

17. Liang Zhao Ji
Whampoa Market Place, Balestier
Famed for: Braised duck

Bib Gourmand eateries:
1. Alaturka
Bussorah Street
Famed for: Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine

2. Hjh Maimunah
11-15 Jalan Pisang
Famed for: Malay and Indonesian cuisine

3. Ka Soh
College Road
Famed for: Singaporean cuisine

4. Kok Sen
Keong Saik Road
Famed for: Cze char

5. Lagnaa
Little India
Famed for: Indian cuisine

6. New Ubin
Sin Ming Road
Famed for: Singaporean cuisine

7. Peony Jade at Keppel Club
Bukit Chermin Road
Famed for: Cantonese cuisine

8. Shish Mahal
Albert Street
Famed for: Indian cuisine

9. Song Fa
New Bridge Road
Famed for: Bak kut teh

10. 328 Katong Laksa
Coast Road
Famed for: Laksa

11. True Blue Cuisine
Armenien Street
Famed for: Peranakan cuisine

12. Whole Earth
Peck Seah Street
Famed for: Vegetarian cuisine

13. Yhingthai Palace
Purvis Street
Famed for: Thai cuisine

14. Zaffron Kitchen
East Coast Road
Famed for: Indian cuisine

15. Bismallah Biryani
50 Dunlop Road
Famed for: Biryani

16. JB Ah Meng Kitchen
2 Lorong 23 Geylang Road
Famed for: Cantonese cuisine

17. Sin Huat Eating House
659 Lorong 35 Geylang Road
Famed for: Crab rice noodles

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Bianca Husodo

  • Image: True Blue Cuisine, Song Fa

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