[Português em breve, ou use o tradutor linkado <3]
Forget everything you know about Michelin starred restaurants being expensive and luxurious. I truly believed myself that could be impossible to eat a Michelin’ dish for less than 10 dollars.
I had the chance to “meet” the hawkers in Singapore, which is more than a simple food court: it takes you to the best kitchen experience in town, maybe in all Asia. And also, the new town of the cheapest Michelin’ awarded restaurant.
In Chinatown, at the Maxwell Food Centre, was time to eat one of the best chicken and rice in the world. 25 minutes in the queue and no air conditioning to combat Singapore’s roasting heat, just to buy one of the most famous dishes in Chinatown’s Hawker: rice chicken. A giant queue shows that something happened there. Behind a small balcony, three people squeezed into a minimum space to serve one of the dishes that costs from 2USD and tastes like heaven! The now-famous stall “Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle” is now a milestone for street food in the history of the reputed Michelin Guide.
According to the Michelin guide, the one-star award is given to restaurants that offer “high-quality cooking, worth a stop”. If you ever have a chance to go to Singapore, take a time to dine at this or one of the innumerous Hawkers around the city. An experience for life.
Maxwell Food Centre -Open from 8 to 10pm1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184
1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184