After months of rumors, it’s finally confirmed: Singapore will be getting its very own Michelin guide next year. The esteemed food publication will be working with the Singapore Tourism Board and Robert Parker Wine Advocate, and international guide inspectors are expected to descend upon our local dining establishments in the coming weeks, according to a press conference that took place on Monday.
While we’re pretty excited about the possibility of hawker stalls being featured, there is no confirmation on whether they’ll be included just yet, but a Michelin spokesperson has been quoted saying, “Given the rich diversity of hawker food in Singapore, I’d be surprised if it isn’t featured.”
Well, we’re crossing our fingers then, though there are plenty of fine dining restaurants here that we’d like to see in that guide. In the meantime, you can pre-order the local edition of the guide here.