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correct me if I m wrong, isn't Michelin award something that can be arranged and paid for? If so, I don't think it is convincing enough just like the famous $2 soy chicken rice, I found that is actually quite crap but don't know why they can get the award and don't even understand why so many people can queue up hours for it under extremely hot and humid condition.

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9 hours ago, lonelyglobe said:

correct me if I m wrong, isn't Michelin award something that can be arranged and paid for? If so, I don't think it is convincing enough just like the famous $2 soy chicken rice, I found that is actually quite crap but don't know why they can get the award and don't even understand why so many people can queue up hours for it under extremely hot and humid condition.

not paid for lah

 

it is mentioned in the videos above too

 

Anonymity is another factor: https://guide.michelin.com/sg/the-inspection-process-sg

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Tried the Rolina Traditional Hainanese Curry Puff at Tanjong Pagar food centre: not bad, price at $1.50 about the same as Old Chang Kee's? But different in that the filling is a little peppery and the crust more deep-fried (I think). Not sure it stands out that much: my favourite has always been Ikea's 80cts curry puffs cheap and delicious!

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wow ! what a hat off given to IKEA
i agree with it, while i find taiwanese food too much on fried and unhealthy food, but the variety is definitely there

sg is all about foodcourt: factory production of mixed rice /economy rice, fishball noodle everywhere
https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/podcasts/the-pulse/the-pulse-the-michelin-guide-singapore-is-it-a-sham-105

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On 8/11/2018 at 2:38 PM, -Ignored- said:

sg is all about foodcourt: factory production of mixed rice /economy rice, fishball noodle everywhere

 

And a lot are cooked by ah tiongs or malaysians.

 

Curry puff I love 1A curry puffs, crispy on the outside and slight wet creamy curry filling, can’t find anymore.

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On 10/13/2018 at 12:31 AM, Guest GreedyPig said:

 

And a lot are cooked by ah tiongs or malaysians.

 

Curry puff I love 1A curry puffs, crispy on the outside and slight wet creamy curry filling, can’t find anymore.

tks for sharing

 

those working at Amoy tend to like: these curry puffs u may try them since yours no long around

http://danielfooddiary.com/2016/08/09/j2currypuff/ (i spoke to the owners before, they looked humble enugh)
 

 

 

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The michelin hawker of the coconut club has pass on at age 40, wow younger than me!

 

his family refuse to mention his illness but isnt it obvious definitely nt dying of fatigue or common major illness

 

i hope all will nt flock to his coconut club hor and jam the place pls

i doubt many knew it even existed at club st.

 

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