Each year, when the Michelin Guide announces their selection of food establishments that have been given the Michelin Bib Gourmand, there’s a bit of a buzz in the air. We all eagerly check out the lists, seeing which restaurants or hawker stalls whose food we have tasted before, and deciding which ones to pay a visit to soon enough. With stalls selling old-school shui kueh and comforting Teochew fish porridge making the list, it’s exhilarating to see our local food receiving the recognition they deserve.
This year, a total of 67 food establishments have made the list, of which nine are newly recognised. Out of these nine, five are restaurants, while the other four are street food and hawker stalls. Have you been to any of these places?