Two local hawker stalls get stars in Singapore’s first Michelin Guide

After months of speculation, the much-awaited launch of Singapore’s Michelin Guide is finally here. A total of 29 establishments were awarded stars, with two hawker stalls among the mix of fine dining, celebrity chef and contemporary restaurants.

Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle at Crawford Lane and Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle at Chinatown Complex were awarded one-star each, along with restaurants such as Crystal Jade Golden Palace, Corner House and Candlenut. Also in the same category are celebrity chef restaurants Forest (Sam Leong), Waku Ghin (Tetsuya Wakuda) and Cut (Wolfgang Puck). 

The only recipient of the prestigious three-star accolade is (unsurprisingly) Joel Robuchon, a hot favorite among critics worldwide, and notable two-star recipients include Odette, Les Amis and Andre

For the full list, visit the Michelin website.