What is Michelin Bib Gourmand?
It might not be as popular as the Michelin Star, but the Michelin Bib Gourmand title is awarded to restaurants that are unique, simple yet recognizable, and satisfying at a reasonable price. ?
This year’s Michelin Bib Gourmand has 67 places that have made it to the list, with 22 restaurants, 40 hawker centre stalls, and five street food establishments. The great news about that is that most of the food is totally budget-friendly and won’t go above SGD50!
We’re sure you’re curious about the halal food winners of this time. ?There are a total of three halal restaurants on the list this year! So if you’re looking for delicious halal food that’s recognised and of top quality, this is for you.
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Cumi Bali is the newest winner on the list this year. With a family-friendly atmosphere with traditional Indonesian decor, Cumi Bali prides itself on authentic and unpretentious Indonesian cuisine.
If you’re a fan of seafood, you can be rest assured that you’ll love a visit here. Not only can you choose from an authentic menu, you’ll be comforted to know that even the staff are very friendly and welcoming - truly a nod the Indonesian hospitality. With the food, atmosphere and ambience this good, you won’t have to catch a flight to travel to Bali when visiting here!
Opened from 11:30AM to 2:30PM and once more from 6PM to 9:30PM, you can be sure to visit for dinner with you family.
This is the 6th time Bismillah Biryani made it into the list. Previously, they won the SG Michelin Bib Gourmand Award from 2016 until 2019.
Bismilllah Biryani is highly recommended by the locals. Owned by a Muslim, this eatery opens daily from 8AM to 6PM. There are three outlets you can visit, whether for dine in, take away, or delivery.
The first one is at 50 Dunlop Street. You can also find them at Nexus @ One North 1 Fusionopolis Link and at 76 Shenton Way. Of course, their Chicken Dum Biryani, Lamb Shank Biryani, and Young Mutton Biryani are the must-try dishes. Even better, they all come in sharing portions too.
Constantly buzzing with the lunch crowd, this restaurant is widely frequented for their kampung-styled traditional Malay and Indonesian cuisine - and yes, their nasi padang is a hit!
Established in 1992, Hjh Maimunah Restaurant was founded by Madam Mahiran Abdul Rahman who named the restaurant after her late mother. Currently, this third-generation restaurant has blossomed into a thriving restaurant that serves over 40 dishes daily.
When you come to Hjh Maimunah (or order for take away or delivery), all you need to do is order a portion of white rice, and color your plate with the dishes of your selection.
On a regular day, Hjh Maimunah opens from Monday to Saturday, from 7AM till 8PM.
Lixin Teochew Fishball
While Lixin Teochew Fishball is not halal, they have a halal brand called Bounce Teochew Fishball, the new halal concept under the LiXin Teochew Fishball Noodles brand! After gaining much popularity for their fresh and delicious fishballs over the last few decades, the company decided to expand its market and after a lot of hardwork, they were able to create halal fishballs that Muslims can enjoy!
Find more halal food gems in Singapore on these articles below:
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- This Is The Only Michelin-Awarded Nasi Padang Eatery In Singapore
- A Muslim Traveller's Guide To Bugis: What To See, Do And Eat
- Top 16 Halal Eateries In SG That Has Everyone Coming Back For More