9 New Restaurants And Hawkers Awarded Michelin Bib

The new recipients of the award comprise of five new restaurants, 3 hawker center stalls and 1 street food establishment.

A total of 67 locations in Singapore received the Michelin Bib Gourmand Award this year, which are made up of 22 restaurants, 40 hawker center stalls and 5 street food establishment. Out of this list, 9 of them were new recipients, lets check them out.

Sing Lung HK Cheong FunVelvety smooth Chee Cheong Fun

Lets have a look at the street food stall first. Sing Lung located at Beach Road is the place to be when it comes to Chee Cheong Fun, with its chef boasting years of experience in Cantonese and Hong-Kong style cooking. The smooth velvety rice rolls come in four variants, plain, prawn, mushroom or Char Siew.

Kelantan Kway Chap (Berseh Food Centre)Kway Chap loaded with pork innards

It's time for the hawkers, and Pig organ soup is the main attraction for this this one. Each bowl is sure to please your palate as the cuts of pork and its offal are cooked in a soy based marinade with spices, giving the soup an overall deep and rich flavor.

Hai Nan Xing Zhou Beef Noodles (Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre)Beef noodle soup

Beef noodles, that's what you should expect to have at this hawker. Pick between the blanched rice noodles tossed in thick gravy or soup noodles in a deep and flavorful ox bone broth, both are equally delicious.

Lixin Teochew Fishball NoodlesFish ball noodle soup

Here's another hawker located in Kim Keat Palm Market & Food Centre, and similar to Hai Nan Xing Zhou, you won't have to crack your head wondering what to order. The handmade fish balls of this stall are springy in texture and loaded with umami, pair this with soup and blanched noodles and you're in for a truly-tasty-time.

One Prawn & CoPhoto by Burppler Calvin Lee

Being on the award list would be a good reason to drop by this restaurant located at Macpherson Road. Definitely try out their prawn noodles, which comes served in a clay pot, and while your at it, why not complete the meal with their crispy Ngoh Hiang as well.

Cumi Bali Indonesian RestaurantCumi (squid) coated in spicy sambal

Authentic Indonesian cuisine, right here in Singapore. From light bites like their Sate Madura, to full fledged dishes like the Cumi (squid) and Ikan Belado, you can be sure all of them will be exactly to your liking, especially since the sauces and sambal that accompany each dish is made from scratch using a myriad of natural spices.

FOOLChar Siew

The brainchild of the same chef-owner behind Kotuwa and Cloudstreet, this wine bar now joins the ranks of its two sister restaurants with this award. To experience the precise execution and platting of their dishes, try out their Char Siew, which as humble as it may sound, is made with Iberico pork collar that is decorated with braised salsify and a slice of white apple. Other notable dishes include the chicken liver éclair, two pieces of liver, sweetened by dates and Madeira wine.

Un-Yang-Kor-DaiPhoto by Burppler Ethel Tan

Isan or northeastern Thailand cuisine is the specialty of this restaurant. Located in the CBD, dishes to try include its popular stuffed squid, and Penlaos Signature chicken. The former is a dish of two grilled squids stuffed with Tom Yam Fried rice.

Unagi TeiUnagi Donburi

Previously known as Man-Man, this restaurant is famous for its live eels that are shipped straight from Japan, which are then char-grilled and can be enjoyed by itself in a Donburi, or as a whole meal with other delectably fresh seafood, such as Hotate (scallop) and Salmon.

Congratulations to the 9 new establishments! You can also visit here for a complete list of all Bib Gourmand recipients.