Ballin on a budget! For real!
Michelin rated restaurants are the cat’s meow, but they are not all made the same. On one hand you’ll have a restaurant that costs your first born child and on the other hand you’ll have restaurants that fill you up for less than the price of a latte. To each his/her own, but I prefer the cheap options.
If you’re like me, you’ll love this list put together by Traveloka which has the 50 cheapest Michelin meals in the world.
The Top 3
The cheapest is Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle in Singapore at just $2.20 for a meal. You can find a full review here.
Next up is Tim Ho Wan, a dim sum hotspot in Hong Kong where you can grab a meal for just $3.80.
Rounding out the top 3 is Hamo, a Korean restaurant in Seoul that costs just $7.10 for a meal.
The Top Country
Japan was listed the most in the top 10 with two restaurants — Chugokusai S.Sawada (Chinese) and Ginza Ibuki (Japanese).
The United States was listed the most times in the full list with four restaurants:
- Band of Bohemia (American) — Chicago
- La Vara (Spanish) — Brooklyn
- Al’s Place (American) — San Francisco
- Tail Up Goat (Modern/International) — Washington, DC
Want to check out the full list for yourself? Head over to Traveloka.