How to Get 3 MICHELIN Recommended Meals in ONE Day for Less Than $100 via GrabFood
Gone are the days when MICHELIN quality food is reserved for high-end restaurants, pay day or special occasions. With over 100 MICHELIN recommended eateries and restaurants on GrabFood (including newcomers added to the list), you can now kick back and enjoy a wide variety of delicacies at home, whether you’re craving a hawker favourite or something more fancy. What’s more, GrabFood is giving away 5 x $200 GrabFood vouchers so you can enjoy more MICHELIN meals, read till the end to find out more!
Here’s a rundown of our favourite places so you can indulge in top-notch MICHELIN selections anytime of the day with GrabFood!
Kickstart The Day with a Comforting Breakfast
Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh
A Singaporean breakfast classic. There’s no better way to start the day than with chwee kueh. Jian Bo Tiong Bahru Shui Kueh’s history dates back to 1958 where it used to be sold via a pushcart at Tiong Bahru Market. Just this year, they were recently awarded a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand. The Shui Kueh ($3.90 for five pieces, $8.20 for ten pieces) sees steamed rice cakes that are nicely firm, topped with a generous amount of chye poh (preserved radish) and dried prawn-infused chilli. They also sell Steam Yam Cake ($3.90 for two pieces), Chee Cheong Fun ($3.90 for two pieces) and Soon Kueh ($3.90 for three pieces)!
Jun Yuan House of Fish
For a light yet satisfying meal, look no further than Jun Yuan House of Fish. Specialising in Teochew-style fish soup, the humble stall was newly awarded a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand. We decided to get the Sliced Fish Soup ($4.80) with milk and added on an egg ($0.50), thick bee hoon ($0.50) and fish maw ($2). The broth was super flavourful and soothing. The slices of fish were tender and tasted wonderfully fresh; they tasted even better when dipped in chilli!
From The Affordable to the Fancy – Fill Up With A Satisfying Lunch
The Coconut Club
When a place has a stamp of approval from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong himself, you can expect it to serve some pretty good nosh. The Coconut Club is another recent addition to the MICHELIN family and serves up an atas version of nasi lemak — their Signature French Poulet Leg Nasi Lemak Set ($19.70) comes with all the works, including a large, beautifully browned chicken leg with tender, well-marinated meat (no dryness in sight!). The fluffy rice had a pleasant fragrance and a richness from the coconut milk. They also have handmade otah and cendol on the menu, all of which are halal.
Joo Siah Bak Koot Teh
Having been around for more than three decades, Joo Siah Bak Koot Teh has perfected their Pork Ribs Soup ($6.90) to a T and was awarded a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand for it this year. Perfect for rainy days or simply just food for the soul, the delicious peppery broth is enough to give you an energy boost for the day. Amidst the waves of savoury goodness from the soup, the pork ribs remained nice and tender after delivery and the meat could be removed easily from the bone. The Pig’s Organs Soup ($6.90) was also in tip-top condition upon delivery, so you don’t have to fear that your soup will go cold! Complete your meal with Braised Pork Belly ($6.90) and Dough Fritters ($2.20) – your tummy will thank you.
A Noodle Story
Think wanton noodles with bougie, premium ingredients. Inspired by modern European techniques and Asian flavours, A Noodle Story’s signature (and only) dish paints an appetising picture. The Singapore-style Ramen ($13.90) comes laden with goodies such as crispy potato-wrapped prawn, an oozy hot spring egg, meaty HK-style wantons and two huge, juicy pieces of chashu atop springy noodles coated in an addictive homemade sauce. There’s no end to the deliciousness in this bowl of flavours galore. Definitely value for money!
Splash Out On A Hearty Dinner For The Fam and Friends
Sik Bao Sin
Enjoy a spread of homemade Cantonese-style zi char from Sik Bao Sin. All 13 choices on the menu are the epitome of comfort food, putting a focus on good ol’ steamed and wok-fried dishes that go best with plain rice. A definite must-try is their best-selling Steam Fish Head ($36), doused in a savoury fermented bean paste sauce that tastes super good with the clean, fresh flesh of the freshwater carp. It’s also topped with a smattering of large pork lard pieces! The Kailan Beef ($36) also received praises all around; the beef was unbelievably tender and the crisp greens had soaked up the delicious sauce.
Dinner is about to be a fancy affair with Summer Palace. The one MICHELIN-star restaurant offers a decadent feast of exquisite Cantonese specialties and an ample selection of dim sum. Made with premium-quality ingredients, authentic creations with innovative twists are born. Our favourite is the Wok-Fried Jasmine Rice with Lobster, Scallops and XO Sauce ($102). The jasmine rice has been tossed with XO sauce, imbuing each grain with flavour. The lobster meat was sweet, fresh and as plentiful as the juicy scallops.
Stand A Chance To Win A $200 GrabFood Voucher!
To make your MICHELIN experience even more exciting, GrabFood is running a special contest where the top five users to order in from as many unique MICHELIN recommended restaurants on the Grab app will be the recipients of a $200 GrabFood voucher. The contest will run from now till 30 September 2021. Find out more details about the contest here.
With so many MICHELIN eateries and restaurants to choose from, Singapore is truly a melting pot of mouth-watering cuisines that can be conveniently enjoyed in the comfort of your own home via GrabFood. What’s more, most of these restaurants offer islandwide delivery. Make sure to check out the GrabFood app for many more MICHELIN recommended options. Happy feasting!
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