MICHELIN GUIDE HONG KONG MACAU TO KICK OFF SECOND ANNUAL STREET FOOD FESTIVAL

Asia’s best street food stalls are coming together under one roof for the second annual MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival Macau. From Saturday, 29 September – Tuesday, 2 October, the world’s biggest Asian street food festival with Michelin-acclaimed food stalls and eateries will be serving their famed signature creations on site. Entry to the festival is free of charge for all guests, with access to a world-class selection of dishes priced between MOP40-MOP60 and redeemed via cash coupons.

Taking place at Studio City’s Macau Gourmet Walk, the festival will once again feature some of the biggest names in street food, as well as one of the only Michelin-starred hawker stalls in the world. One such eatery is Liao Fan Hawker Chan Soya Sauce Chicken Rice 油鸡饭from Singapore led by Chef Chan Hon Meng, the first in the world to earn a coveted Michelin star for street food. His iconic Soya Chicken dish is raved throughout the world as the most affordable Michelin-star meal, and will once again be available in Macau this year.

 The Song of India, also from Singapore, has upheld its one Michelin star and will be coming to Macau for the second year in a row with Chef Manjunath Mural at the helm.

From Taipei’s Nanjichang Night Market, A Nan Sesame Chicken specializes in a Sesame Oil Chicken Noodle Soup developed over 13 years that made it a deserved recipient of the MICHELIN Guide Bib Gourmand award.

From Bangkok, Thailand, Huen Lamphun (Suan Phak) is a local eatery serving prized versions of dishes from its regional cuisine, and will be serving its famous northern Thai Khao Soi Kai at the festival.

 Soul Food Mahanakorn, also from Bangkok, will be presenting its Penang Curry with Beef Brisket, Bharred Pineapple and Peanuts, alongside a trove of other critically acclaimed dishes.

Keng Eng Kee Seafood, returning for the second year in MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival, is known for serving the best tze char in Singapore, with Chef Wayne Liew specializing in wok-fried dishes and a mish mash of Hainanese and Cantonese cuisines.

Pearl Dragon, helmed by Chef de Cuisine Lam Yuk Ming, is a one-Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant (2017-18) that offers an exquisite dining experience at Studio City. With a dedication to perfection, Pearl Dragon offers a menu showcasing refined provincial Chinese flavors, innovative culinary creations and the finest delicacies to tempt your palate. Chef Lam Yuk Ming will be showcasing a Deep-Fried King Prawn stuffed with Minced Bamboo Shrimp in Sweet & Sour Sauce as well as a sweet dish, a Chilled Bird Nest with Red Bean Paste in Organic Pumpkin.

Departing slightly from the style of hawker street food, Bi Ying is one of the signature restaurants in Studio City that offers a delectable culinary journey around Northern and Southern China, highlighting provincial favorites including wood-roasted dishes.

The MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival Macau 2018 is organised by Michelin and Robert Parker Wine Advocate, with full support from Official Title Partner Melco Resorts and Entertainment.

The full line-up of chefs and restaurants/eateries appearing at the MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival are as follows: