According to Traveloka, chef Jay Fai at her shop-house restaurant in Bangkok ranked 5 for the 50 cheapest Michelin-starred restaurants in the world, other cities include Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, Osaka, Bangkok, Tokyo, Taiwan, Shanghai, El Castell, San Francisco and many more.
My first browse for top 10 restaurants sorted by price when you order either a la carte or set lunch menu, you will find below list and of course, I already marked down for my next upcoming trips to these destinations:
- Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle [Singapore]
- Tim Ho Wan [Hong Kong]
- Hamo [Seoul, South Korea]
- Chugokusai S.Sawada [Osaka, Japan]
- Jay Fai [Bangkok, Thailand]
- Ginza Ibuki [Tokyo, Japan]
- Three Coins [Taiwan]
- Lao Zheng Xing [Shanghai, China]
- L’Antic Moli [El Castell, Spain]
- Al’s Place [San Francisco, USA]
Going for a Michelin-starred meal doesn’t have to mean blowing the travel budget anymore and thanks again Traveloka for this useful foodie list!
Please also bear in mind that, the cheapest Michelin meals (1* or above) were gathered from the official Michelin website for each country (or city, for US and Japan) covered by the Michelin guide. If the cheapest was not in the capital city, the cheapest in the capital city was also included. All meal options and local prices are accurate as of June 2018. Set lunch and set menu (lunch or dinner) prices are taken from the Michelin guide and verified on the restaurant’s own website where possible. All à la carte prices refer to the most expensive main meal listed on the restaurant menu or the guide price listed on the Michelin website. All exchange rates are accurate as of August 2018.
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More details please visit www.traveloka.com/special/cheapest-michelin-meals