Saya, Fisholic, Ship Kee & More Awarded Bib Gourmand in 2023 Michelin Guide
April 26, 2023
The 2023 edition of the MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong & Macau has announced six new Bib Gourmand food establishments in Hong Kong, bringing the total number to 65, and seven in Macau.
The Bib Gourmand distinction is awarded to restaurants that offer exceptional value-for-money gourmet experiences. This means three courses meal (drinks not included) for a maximum price of 400 Hong Kong dollars (in Hong Kong) or 400 Pataca de Macau (in Macau).
Fisholic (North Point) and Sai Kwan Lo Jo were among the new street food establishments in Hong Kong that earned the latest Bib Gourmand distinction. Fisholic is famous for its snacks and noodles made with fish, whilst Sai Kwan Lo Jo is a takeout-only shop that offers traditional and novelty snacks, including hand-made lai fun noodles in Sai Kwan style.
Yi Jia, a restaurant serving Shanghainese and Sichuanese classics, and Saya, a newly added Thai cuisine establishment, were also awarded a Bib Gourmand. Twins Liangpi Limited and Ship Kee completed the list of new Bib Gourmand food establishments.
Twins Liangpi Limited offers icy cold glass noodles dressed in a secret blend of chilli vinegar, while Ship Kee prides itself on Cantonese classics from the old days, such as Master Woo’s honey-glazed BBQ pork.
“Since the launch of the first edition of the MICHELIN Guide in Hong Kong & Macau in 2008, we have seen tremendous growth and evolution of the local culinary scene. The total number of Bib Gourmand food establishments have almost tripled, from 26 to 72,” said Gwendal Poullennec, International Director of the MICHELIN Guides.
“Hong Kong is a destination that is never short of talents with creativity in the industry, and we are pleased to add 6 locally-owned neighborhood stalls offering."
This latest addition to the Bib Gourmand selection recognizes locally-owned neighborhood stalls offering casual yet tasty bites. The MICHELIN Guide Hong Kong & Macau 2023 edition is a testament to the evolving culinary scene in Hong Kong and Macau.
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