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Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles stands out as Singapore’s only Michelin-starred hawker, renowned for pioneering dry bak chor mee – or minced pork noodles. From the moment it opens its shutters in the morning, the stall attracts long, snaking queues of local and foreign customers. When a competing stall, with a similar name and offerings, started popping up around the island, it prompted the original owner to clarify their Michelin status through a newspaper ad. Food Feud delves into the backstory of these rival outlets, exploring their shared history and putting the two noodle offerings to a taste test.