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Move over Tim Ho Wan. Another Michelin-starred cheap eat has arrived at Terminal 21.

Singapore's Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Chicken Rice & Noodles was one of just two street-food stalls to be awarded a star in the first edition of the country's Michelin Guide in 2016. 

After that owner-chef Chan Hon Meng rapidly expanded his empire with two further "quick-service" outposts in Singapore, plus one in Taipei (where it opened to three-hour-long waits), under the name Hawker Chan

Now it's brought specialties like Hong Kong-style soya sauce chicken and barbecue pork to Bangkok in a no-frills space that operates not unlike a small food court. 

Claiming to offer the world's cheapest Michelin-starred meal, the restaurant lets you pair your choice of meat (soya sauce chicken, char siu, roast pork belly or pork rib) with rice, hor fun (rice noodles) or egg noodles, with prices ranging from B88-120). You can get a whole chicken at B580, too.


See also: Restaurants in Bangkok with Michelin cred from abroad 

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Hawker Chan, 5/F, Terminal 21, Sukhumvit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Asok

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-10pm

Cuisine:

Chinese

Open Since:

June, 2017
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