Verdict Is Out! Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore For Best Food Under $45

Where to get the best Curry Laksa? Which hawker stall has the best Hainanese Chicken Rice? Don’t know where to bring your tourist friends for the best Chai Tow Kway?

Worry no more because some of Singapore’s best eateries have been awarded a”Bib Gourmand” (high-quality menu at reasonable prices) by the very first edition of the Singapore Michelin Guide! So who made the cut? Here are the 34 hawker stalls, restaurants and food establishment that made the list.

What is Bib Gourmand?

“Not quite a star, but most definitely not a consolation prize, the Bib Gourmand…is a just-as-esteemed rating that recognises friendly establishments that serve good food at moderate prices. ” In Singapore – the meal must be under SGD$45 to qualify.

Credit: Michelin Guide
Credit: Michelin Guide

Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore – Hawker Stalls

Without further ado, here’s the full list!

1. Claypot Laksa – Alexandra Village Food Centre

Image source: Daniel Food Diaries
Image source: Daniel Food Diary

2. A Noodle Story – Amoy Street Food Centre

Credit: FoodieFC
Credit: FoodieFC

3. Famous Crispy Curry Puff – Amoy Street Food Centre

4. Hong Kee Beef Noodle – Amoy Street Food Centre

Image source: Burple
Image source: Burple

5. Hoo Kee Rice Dumpling – Amoy Street Food Centre

6. The Fishball Story – Golden Mile Food Centre

7. Wedang (Indonesian food and Satay) – Golden Mile Food Centre

8. Famous Sungei Road Trishaw (laksa) – Hong Lim Market & Food Centre

Image source: SG Food on Foot
Image source: SG Food on Foot

9. Na Na Curry – 115 Bukit Merah View Market & Food Centre

10. Chey Sua Carrot Cake – 127 Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre

Chey Sua

(Image credit: Danielfooddiary)

11. Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice – Maxwell Food Centre

12. Shi Hui Yuan (noodle with chicken and duck) – Mei Ling Market & Food Centre

Image source: Burple
Image source: Burple

13. Alliance Seafood – Newton Food Centre

14. Tiong Bahru Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice – Tiong Bahru Market

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Credit: jiolu.com

15. Hong Heng Fried Sotong Prawn Mee – Tiong Bahru Market

16. Balestier Road Hoover Rojak – Whampoa Market Place

Image source: Spring Tomorrow
Image source: Spring Tomorrow

17. Liang Zhao Ji (soy duck) – Whampoa Market Place

Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore – Restaurants

18. Alaturka (Turkish) – Bussorah Street

19. Hajah Maimunah (Malaysian) – Jalan Pisang 11-15

Image source: Burple
Image source: Burple

20. Ka Soh (Singaporean) – College Road

21. Kok Sen (tze char) – Keong Saik Road

22. Lagnaa (Indian) – Little India

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23. New Ubin Seafood – Sin Ming Road

24. Peony Jade at Keppel Club (Cantonese) – Bukit Chermin Rd

25. Shish Mahal (Indian) – Albert Street

26. Song Fa Bak Kut Teh – New Bridge Rd

Image source: Yayforfries
Image source: Yayforfries

27. 328 Katong Laksa – East Coast Road

28. True Blue Cuisine (Peranakan) – Armenien Street

TrueBlue
(image credit: cellophaneland)

29. Whole Earth (Peranakan Thai Vegetarian) – Peck Street

30. Yhingthai Palace (Thai) – Purvis Street

Image source: Yhingthai Palace
Image source: Yhingthai Palace

31. Zaffron Kitchen (Indian) – East Coast Road

Michelin Bib Gourmand Singapore – Other Street Food Establishments

32. Bismillah Biryani – Dunlop Road

Image source: Bismillah Biryani
Image source: Bismillah Biryani

33. JB Ah Meng Kitchen (Cantonese) – Geylang Road

34. Sin Huat Eating House (crab rice noodle) – Geylang Road

Credit: chickenscrawlings.com
Credit: chickenscrawlings.com

Here’s the full list again!

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With so many yummy approved food to choose from, we reckon you bookmark this page (and share with your friends) for future reference. You’ll always know “what to eat” and “where to eat” from now. No more arguments about who has to decide meal plans!

Header image source: burpple.com, words by editor.

Also, read Clearing All Your Doubts – How Exactly Does The Michelin Guide Work?

 
 
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