In which other cities can you find Michelin Meals for $3.5 USD at a hawker stall than at our very own Singapore? Here to pull some trigger and get you digging in a meal that will make you think twice when you say ‘Singapore Is Too Expensive’. Get reading!
10 Best Michelin Guide Street Food Meals In Singapore
#1 Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle
Singapore’s hawker stalls staple, Bak Chor Mee stalls are a dime a dozen across the island, yet when it comes to indulging in a magnificent bowl springy yellow noodles topped with minced pork and assorted toppings, Crawford Lane in Lavender Street deserves its One Michelin Star. A sumptuous bowl with tons of ingredients such as minced pork, Pork ball, Pork Liver, Wanton and their specialty – Fried Fish hitting us on every right spot takes the crown.
Address: 466 Crawford Ln, #01-12, Singapore 190466
Hours: 9.30 AM to 9 PM. Closed On Monday.
#2 Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle (Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre)
Introducing the cheapest Michelin star dish in Singapore and purportedly, the world is a down to earth Cantonese Style soya sauce chicken rice here at Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle. If you haven’t tried it, there’s a reason for you to do it. Minus the hassle of queuing, you’ve got yourself a plate of marinated chicken glazed with soy sauce exuding a fruitness and aroma flavour paired with Thai rice fluffy enough to absorb the flavours. The secret lies behind the sauce…..
#3 Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee
Let’s just say, we’re honoured this national dish is in the right godly hands. Drop by Hong Lim Complex and try the Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee. With the flat rice noodles tossed in a secretly flavored black sauce with eggs, bean sprouts, cockles, lard and oiled just right to give it a smoky taste whilst retaining the silky texture of the rice-cake strips that leaves you filled,fried over a heat not too hight, not to low is a glittering result of faultless plate filled with slippery, saucy and eggy deliciousness.
Located in: Hong Lim Complex
Address: 531A Upper Cross St, #02-17, Singapore
Hours: 6 AM to 3.30 PM. Closed On Sunday
#4 Tiong Bahru Yi Sheng Fried Hokkien Mee
With an award-winning skill being passed down to the current generation yet living up to its great standard is our humble Tiong Bahru Yi Sheng Fried Hokkien Mee loved by many since 1993. What sets them apart from others is truly their mild sweet gluey Umami taste broth all over the noodles and the homemade Belachan Chilli hooking us all day and night. As a live performance, it doesn’t get better than the 69-year old uncle whipping out some hot goodness right before you.
#5 Chuan Kee Boneless Braised Duck
Awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand 2018, you can definitely count on Chuan Kee Braised Duck Rice for an impeccable plate of braised duck rice. Actually, anything to do with duck cuz they’ve got a variety of options from noodles to porridge laid out for ya. Stealing the limelight is our braised duck with its tender braised meat coated in viscous dark sweet sauce. Watch out for the herbal soup. Some may find it a little bitter.
#6 Traditional Haig Putu Piring
Putu Piring explained in words rather than felt are steamed rice cakes with Gula Melaka with the Pandan Leaves and Shredded Coconut as a side serving. Light & simple yet utterly addictive with its pillow-like texture accompanied by a generous sprinkling of grated coconut and palm sugar makes it all worth to find this piece of a gem here and had piping hot.
#7 Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao
Originating all the way from Jiang Nan China, Xiao Long Baos are essentially mini soup dumplings served in bamboo baskets. In other words, happiness in the mouth 🙂 Pretty much home to famous hawker style XLB, Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao, a Michelin Plate, has got you covered with plump and delicious Xiao Long Bao with truckload of meat wrapped in a skin not too thick yet enough to hold on the liquid and meat. With a tinge of sweetness that cushioned the slight sourness and spice from the vinegar and ginger, we bet you could go on and on.
#8 Bedok North 85 Fried Oyster
Expertly fried to perfection, ensuring that every piece of omelette has a golden brown crispy edge to it, the oyster omelette here at Feng Shan Food Market boasts an amazing ‘wok hei’ aroma. The true appreciation for this spot comes from the non-oily product which is rare in this case while the omelette is fried to perfection until it is crisp. Here my friend is the reason why we have a winner.
Address: 85 Bedok North Street 4, Singapore 460085
Hours: 4 PM to 2 AM. Opens daily
#9 Allauddin’s Biryani
Swooning you over with unapologetic spices, fluffy basmati rice with generous shreds of mutton is our Allauddin’s Biryani homing the claim of serving the best biriyani at Tekka Market. While there are options of fish, mutton, and chicken, if you’re here to try it for the first time, order yourself the chicken biryani as the meat is cooked to tenderly fall off the bone and to be scooped with flavoursome rice making it more colourful with the vegetable dhal and achar adding the extra zing to the meat and rice.
#10 Balestier Road Hoover Rojak
Mixing all kinds of unique ingredients to make a dish that’s irresistible! This is definitely one of the best stalls to serve this extraordinary dish since 1971 in Singapore. The seemingly odd combination of ingredients is bean sprouts, turnip, cucumbers, guava, pineapple chunks, mangoes, taupok (deep-fried beancurd), and you tiao (deep-fried dough fritters). Balestier Road Hoover Rojak in Whampoa Drive Food Centre has been awarded Michelin Bib Gourmand, holding the spot for numerous years.
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10 Best Michelin Guide Street Food Meals In Singapore
Singapore has one of the most renowned street food scenes in the world, to have 2 Hawker Stalls that has been awarded the reputable Michelin star. Also with numerous of them, being in the Michelin Guide. It’s time to visit if you haven’t in order to complete the bucket list of Hawker Stalls with the “Michelin” pride. Let us know if it’s true that all of these vendors deserve their standings in the Guide! Right in the comments below!