Which Michelin star is the most bang for buck? Read this list

Jul 22, 2016 05.30PM |
 

by Vir Chiniwala

TWO of Singapore’s hawker stalls were surprisingly awarded Michelin Stars in the prestigious guide’s 2016 edition. Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle in Chinatown and Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles in Crawford Lane were the recipients of the award. In total, the Lion City was awarded 37 stars split among 29 restaurants. Not sure what the Michelin Guide is about? You can read our report here.

This is the first time in the French manual’s history that street food has entered the guide. You can bet that this will boost these hawkers’ customer base – with flocks of Singaporeans and tourists curious to discover what sets these stalls apart.

Considering that the street food stalls sell their food at much lower prices compared to their fine-dining counterparts, there’s a bad feeling that these hawkers would raise prices, to capitalise on their newfound celebrity status.

However, despite being presented with the esteemed prize, both hawkers have stated that it will be business-as-usual, that is, no price rise and no reduction of content either.  Hong Kong Soya Sauce will continue to sell chicken rice at $2 while Hill Street will sell their famous bak chor mee at the original price of $6.

Below is the list of the Michelin Guide 2016 Restaurants ranked by price:

All prices are based on HungryGoWhere’s user submissions of average spend in each restaurant.

Restaurant NameStars Awarded (*)Average Price
Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle*$2
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles*$6
Putien at Kitchener Road*$32
Candlenut Kitchen*$46
Shisen Hanten**$56
Crystal Jade Golden Palace*$59
Lei Garden*$65
The Song of India*$75
OSIA Steak & Seafood Grill*$94
Summer Pavilion at The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore*$100
The Kitchen by Bacchanalia*$105
Alma by Juan Amador*$110
Terra Tokyo Italian*$125
Forest by Sam Leong*$131
Les Amis**$149
Rhubarb Le Restaurant*$156
Odette Restaurant**$167
Beni Singapore*$210
JAAN at Swissotel, The Stamford*$214
L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon**$219
CUT by Wolfgang Puck*$228
Sushi Ichi*$233
Corner House*$233
Shinji by Kanesaka at Raffles Hotel*$290
Shinji by Kanesaka at St. Regis*$325
Restaurant Andre**$367
Joël Robuchon Restaurant***$458
Shoukouwa**$470
Waku Ghin*$524

 

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