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Enjoy the best of Michelin’s Bib Gourmand Award 2017 local fare in comfort and luxury.

Picked by Michelin’s discerning food inspectors, Bib Gourmands represent a ‘carefully prepared but simpler style of cooking’ from local hawkers.

 

Lunch

Lunch

Tian Tian

Hainanese Chicken Rice

Mention the name ‘Tian Tian’ to anyone in Singapore and chances are they’ll know exactly what you’re referring to. Opening its doors at Maxwell Food Centre in 1987, the stall has remained a family business since. Today’s Tian Tian draws snaking queues throughout the day. Tourists can be seen in the lines, patiently waiting for their turn to try this Michelin Bib Gourmand Award winner.

Hainanese chicken rice is a dish adapted from early Chinese immigrants and is considered as one of Singapore’s national dishes. The chicken is prepared in accordance with traditional Hainanese methods, which involve poaching the entire chicken at sub-boiling temperatures. The resulting stock is skimmed off and some of the oil and liquid, along with ginger, garlic, and pandan leaves are used in the cooking of the rice. The dish is always served with condiments of garlic chili, ginger sauce and dark soya sauce.

Tian Tian
Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice @ Maxwell Food Centre
J2 Crispy Curry Puff
J2 Crispy Curry Puff

J2 Famous Crispy

Curry Puff

Opened after their initial bakery shuttered, Lee Meng Li and his wife Wu Jing Hua learnt the art of excellent curry puff making from a relative. Today their long queues and Michelin Bib Gourmand Award is a sure sign of their success. J2’s handmade quality is one of a kind. As such, the Lees only make 500 a day!

 

Lunch Menu

Michelin Bib Gourmand Hawker Fare

Available from Tuesdays to Sundays   |   12:00pm – 1:30pm   |   S$57 per person

Hainanese Chicken Rice
Hainanese Chicken Rice
Lunch

Hi-Tea

Rojak, Popiah & Cockle

Popiah

Despite a deceptively ordinary name, Rojak, Popiah & Cockle serves up extraordinary popiah. Owned and operated by the Lim family for more than 25 years, Mrs Lim whips up her delicious popiah with the fluditiy of a master, a dish that is “selected by Michelin’s team of inspectors”.

Popiah - meaning ‘thin pancake’, are hand-rolled spring rolls that make for great comfort food. Kueh Pie Tee is a thin, crispy pastry shell filled with stewed turnip, egg and crabstick.

Rojak, Popiah & Cockle
Rojak, Popiah & Cockle
Hoo Kee Rice Dumpling
Hoo Kee Rice Dumpling

Hoo Kee

Rice Dumpling

Rice dumplings are tied intrincately with the Dragon Boat Festival (5th day of the 5th lunar month). The date is to commemorate Qu Yuan, a poet and minister of Chu, who is said to have commited suicide by jumping into the river. The local people raced out in their boats to save him. This is said to have been the origin of dragon boat races. When his body could not be found, they dropped balls of sticky rice into the river so that the fishes would eat the rice dumplings instead of Qu Yuan's body.

Today, there are many variations of rice dumpling. Hoo Kee’s hand made dumplings have been around for 68 years and recently made their way into Michelin Bib Gourmand Awards in 2016.

 

Hi-Tea Menu

Michelin Bib Gourmand Hawker Fare

Available from Tuesdays, Thursdays to Sundays   |   4:00pm – 5:30pm   |   S$57 per person

Hainanese Chicken Rice
Popiah, Kueh Pie Tee & Rice Dumpling
Lunch

Dinner

Kok Sen Tze Char
Kok Sen Tze Char

Kok Sen

Tze Char

Tze Char, literally translated as cook and fry, is usually a stall in a hawker center or coffee shop that serves a modest selection of common Chinese dishes. This wallet-friendly cuisine is very popular among locals, especially for big groups.

Kok Sen has been around since the 1980s, and they have remained a family business. Starting as a small stall in a coffeeshop selling dishes by the plate, its enterprising owner adapted to the improving standards of living and began selling bigger portions for families. In 2000, Kok Sen moved to its current premises and became a full-fledged tze char stall. Chris Wong, the current owner, quit his job and took over from his parents.

Today Kok Sen regularly churns out irresistible dishes and old-school tze char dishes beloved by many. Being awarded a Michelin Bib Gourmand Award should come as to no surprise for fans of the restaurant.

 

Dinner Menu

Michelin Bib Gourmand Hawker Fare

Available from Tuesdays to Sundays   |   7:00pm – 9:00pm   |   S$97 per person

Kok Sen Tze Char
Tze Char
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See iconic sights as your food is brought to you. Enjoy your sumptuous meal while you travel past iconic sights– the Singapore Flyer, Merlion Park, Chinatown, among others – before hopping off at Gardens by the Bay for a short strolled.

Keong Saik Road (dinner only)

Singapore Flyer

The Esplanade

Fullerton Hotel

Merlion Park

Chinatown

Marina Bay Financial District

Gardens by the Bay

Marina Bay Sands

Fountain of Wealth

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