Chasing Michelin in Singapore

In Asia, Singapore and Hong Kong have the highest concentration of Michelin rated restaurants.

On the other hand, Singapore holds the distinction of having the only hawker stall with a Michelin star rating. 

Conveniently located at the heart of Chinatown, Liao Fan specializes in Hong Kong Style Soya chicken. At first glance you would think that it looks like roast chicken, with its dark red skin, but the texture is actually more of the hainanese chicken rice that Singapore is famous for.

Their menu is very straightforward, pork charsieu (roast pork barbecue), soya chicken, set meals with either rice or 🍜 noodles. What makes them very popular is that the price is very affordable even with the Michelin rating. 

The downside is that you literally have to wait hours to reach the counter but the service is very quick once you make an order. We went there at 2pm and ended up making an order by 4pm.

It is definitely an experience worth your while.
Portion 3/5 Price 5/5 food 5/5


2 thoughts on “Chasing Michelin in Singapore

    1. we were told that it’s already the norm for the food stall, last i heard, he opened a full function restaurant but the lines are also just as crazy. happy eating and thanks for visiting the site πŸ™‚


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