Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand Guide 2016 – 34 Eateries That Make The Cut
34 eateries from Singapore have made it to the Michelin Bib Gourmand for 2016. (The full results of Singapore Michelin Guide 2016.)
First responses from friends include “Why this stall, why not that?”
I quickly glanced through the list and noted the predictable favourites (shoo-ins) – Tian Tian Chicken Rice, Song Fa BKT, Whampoa’s Hoover Rojak.
Some food are conspicuously, obviously missing.
No Prata? No BCM? (Updated: Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles won 1 star!) No Nasi Lemak? No Char Kway Tiao?
The Bib Gourmand guide highlights restaurants offering “exceptional good food at moderate prices.” In Singapore’s case, there is the inclusion of hawker stalls. (Read: 17 Michelin Bib Gourmand Hawker Stalls from Singapore)
They must offer menu items priced below a maximum determined by local economic standards. In Singapore’s guide, the price is set at $45.
The 34 eateries from Singapore awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand 2016
1. Claypot Laksa – Alexandra Village Food Centre
2. A Noodle Story – Amoy Street Food Centre
3. Famous Crispy Curry Puff – Amoy Street Food Centre
4. Hong Kee Beef Noodle – Amoy Street Food Centre
5. Hoo Kee Rice Dumpling – Amoy Street Food Centre
6. The Fishball Story – Golden Mile Food Centre (Note: The Stall has moved to Timbre+ Ayer Rajah Crescent)
7. Wedang (Indonesian food and satay) – Golden Mile Food Centre (Note: Has moved to Aljunied Ave 2 Blk 117)
8. Famous Sungei Road Trishaw (laksa) – Hong Lim Market & Food Centre
9. Na Na Curry – 115 Bukit Merah View Market & Food Centre
10. Chey Sua Carrot Cake – 127 Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre
11. Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice – Maxwell Food Centre
12. Shi Hui Yuan (noodle with chicken and duck) – Mei Ling Market & Food Centre
13. Alliance Seafood – Newton Food Centre
14. Tiong Bahru Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice – Tiong Bahru Market
15. Hong Heng Fried Sotong Prawn Mee – Tiong Bahru Market
16. Balestier Road Hoover Rojak – Whampoa Market Place
17. Liang Zhao Ji (soy duck) – Whampoa Market Place
1. Alaturka (Turkish) – Bussorah Street
2. Hjh Maimunah (Malaysian) – Jalan Pisang 11-15
3. Ka Soh (Singaporean) – College Road
4. Kok Sen (tze char) – Keong Saik Road
5. Lagnaa (Indian) – Little India
6. New Ubin Seafood – Sin Ming Road
7. Peony Jade at Keppel Club (Cantonese) – Bukit Chermin Rd
8. Shish Mahal (Indian) – Albert Street
9. Song Fa Bak Kut Teh – New Bridge Rd
10. 328 Katong Laksa – East Coast Road
11. True Blue Cuisine (Peranakan) – Armenien Street
12. Whole Earth (vegetarian) – Peck Street
13. Yhingthai Palace (Thai) – Purvis Street
14. Zaffron Kitchen (Indian) – East Coast Road
Other Street Food Establishments
1. Bismallah Biryani – Dunlop Road
2. JB Ah Meng Kitchen (Cantonese) – Geylang Road
3. Sin Huat Eating House (crab rice noodle) – Geylang Road
My Guess is for this inaugural guide, they are likely to be more conservative and thus did not include too many establishments.
Also, there seems to be a higher concentration of food stalls within Central region – Amoy Street Food Centre.
Any other places you feel are left out?
By the way, my Favourite hawker stalls and Zhi Char places, I hope you don’t raise prices so quickly after receiving the Bib Gourmand, okay?
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