It’s definitively a marker in food history when the Michelin Guide award two Singapore hawkers a star. Besides Liao Fan Hawker Chan, Singapore’s favorite Bak Chor Mee from Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle also given one star in Singapore Michelin Guide 2016.
If you have been following the Michelin Guide Singapore, one of the most striking names besides Hills Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle on the inaugural 2016 list is Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle. This humble hawker stall at Chinatown Complex literally received stardom when it was awarded one Michelin star in the Singapore Michelin Guide 2016 and become the world’s cheapest Michelin meal.
Food Fighters is a hangout spot and food arcade that filled with freshest street stalls under one roof. Food Fighters located at Melawai Area in Blok M, South Jakarta (near FaveHotel) and it’s actually owned and managed by the same management who manage Fave Hotel and Oey Kopitiam.
Besides being famous for its natural attractions, Bandung is also known for its culinary spots. Located in Pasir Keliki near Bandung Station, Paskal Food Market has more than 100 food vendors, ranging from traditional food a la Bandung to international ones from Japan and Korea. With the alfresco or outdoor concept, you will be spoiled by the cool breeze from the city of Bandung accompanied by delicious warm food.
Local street food is a must try when you visit Singapore. One of the best places to enjoy Singapore local street food is in Makansutra, a Food Center with large number of hawkers to indulge in a variety of local street food such as satay, chili crab, oyster omelette, and fried carrot cake. Makansutra Glutton’s Bay gives diners a taste of local food with a spectacular view of the Marina Bay skyline. Unlike typical hawker centres, sampler sets are offered for those who want to try everything but simply don’t have the stomach space to! And the most eye-catching food sample is: Chili Crab !!!