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Michelin Information 2024: The Greatest Bib Gourmand Eating places in Hong Kong and Macau

Michelin Information 2024: The Greatest Bib Gourmand Eating places in Hong Kong and Macau

Every spring, the Michelin Guide gives recognition to incredible value-for-money gourmet experiences with the Bib Gourmand. These establishments have some of the best menus in Hong Kong and Macau, but they also won’t break the bank. Prices usually fall under HKD 400 in Hong Kong or MOP in Macau, but you’re guaranteed to get quality food. In 2024, the Michelin Bib Gourmand is given to a total of 77 food establishments, with 67 in Hong Kong and 10 in Macau. 

7 new Michelin Bib Gourmand entries in Hong Kong

Out of the 10 new entrants, seven are from Hong Kong while three are from Macau. As usual, they range from traditional hawker stallers to contemporary dining spots. Find out which new restaurants have been recognised with the Michelin Bib Gourmand title in Hong Kong and Macau for 2024.

Ăn Chơi

This newly-added Vietnamese joint is run by a binational Chinese-Vietnamese couple. It captures the liveliness of Vietnamese street stalls. The signature here is the bánh mì sandwich, available in a range of fillings. They also offer different versions of phở from various regional traditions.

Address: Shop A, 15-17 Mercer Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Cheung Hing Kee (Tsim Sha Tsui)

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Cheung Hing Kee doesn’t just take pride in its sheng jian bao (aka pan-fried pork dumplings) with soupy pork filling. They also have other varieties such as shrimp, mala pork, truffle, crabmeat, and roe, all encased within a perfectly pan-fried bun to keep all the flavour in. 

Address: 48 Lock Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

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Little Napoli

Little Napoli moved from the Michelin Selected list to gaining the Bib Gourmand recognition. This Happy Valley favourite stays true to the chef’s hometown traditions, with classic Neapolitan pizzas and street food like ripieno fritto and panuozzo made with ingredients from Naples.

Address: Shop 1, 8 King Kwong Street, Happy Valley, Hong Kong

Man Yuen

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Man Yuen might only be a newcomer to the East Kowloon dining scene, but crowds have already been flocking to this hidden gem (maybe not too hidden anymore after the Bib recognition). It’s tucked away inside a public housing estate and yet many come far and wide to try the quality Cantonese dishes.

Address: Shop S02, 2/F, Tin Ma Court Shopping Centre, 55 Chuk Yuen Road, Wong Tai Sin, Hong Kong

Sang Kee

After its relocation, Sang Kee manages to nab a Bib Gourmand again. This restaurant has been a staple in Wan Chai since 1976. The new location (also in Wan Chai) is more spacious and can accommodate more patrons. Despite that, the menu remains the same and the food is as great as ever. Dig into favourites such as salt-baked chicken, baked fish intestine, and more.

Address: 3/F, Sunshine Plaza, 33 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

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Sang Kee Foods (Western District)

Sang Kee Foods earns the coveted Bib Gourmand for its famous Chiuchow-style goose. The nose-to-tail concept for the marinated goose is made especially with grain-fed goose from Chiuchow. The result? A dish with a firm texture and incredibly meaty flavour.

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Address: Shop 4, 263 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong

Twins Liangpi Limited (Mong Kok)

After moving to Mong Kok from Prince Edward, Twins Linagpi Limited now has a dine-in option. Hence, attaining the Bib Gourmand after its relocation. The star here is the glass noodles dressed in a secret blend of chilli vinegar topped with shredded cucumber, coriander, peas, and ground peanuts.

Address: G/F, 99 Hak Po Street, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Full list of Hong Kong’s Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurants

  1. Ah Chung Shandong Dumpling – Dumplings
  2. Ăn Chơi – Vietnamese *NEW
  3. Ancient Moon – Singaporean and Malaysian
  4. Ba Yi – Xinjiang
  5. Both Street – Street food
  6. Brass Spoon (Wan Chai) – Vietnamese
  7. Café Hunan (Western District) – Huanese
  8. Chan Kan Kee Chiu Chow – Chiu Chow
  9. Cheung Hing Kee (Tsim Sha Tsui) – Street food *NEW
  10. Chiuchow Delicacies (North Point) – Chiu Chow
  11. Congee and Noodle Shop – Noodles and congee
  12. Din Tai Fung (Causeway Bay) – Shanghainese
  13. Din Tai Fung (Tsim Sha Tsui) – Shanghainese
  14. Dragon Inn – Seafood
  15. Eng Kee Noodle Shop – Noodles
  16. Eton – Shun Tak
  17. Fisholic (North Point) – Street food
  18. Fung Shing (North Point) – Shun Tak
  19. Glorious Cuisine – Cantonese
  20. Hao Tang Hao Mian (Tai Wai) – Noodles
  21. Ho To Tai – Noodles
  22. Ju Xing Home – Cantonese
  23. Kai Kai – Street food
  24. Kau Kee – Noodles
  25. Kung Wo Beancurd Factory – Street food
  26. Kwan Kee Bamboo Noodles – Noodles
  27. Kwan Kee Claypot Rice (Queen’s Road West) – Cantonese
  28. Lau Sum Kee (Fuk Wing Street) – Noodles
  29. Little Napoli – Italian *NEW
  30. Lucky Indonesia – Indonesian
  31. Mak Man Kee – Noodles
  32. Man Yuen – Noodles *NEW
  33. Megan’s Kitchen – Cantonese
  34. Moon Tong Lok – Street food
  35. Nishiki – Japanese
  36. Po Kee – Cantonese roast meats
  37. Putien (Causeway Bay) – Fujian
  38. Sai Kwan Lo Jo – Street food
  39. Samsen (Sheung Wan) – Thai
  40. Samsen (Wan Chai) – Thai
  41. Sang Kee – Cantonese *NEW
  42. Sang Kee Foods (Western District) – Street food *NEW
  43. Saya – Thai
  44. She Wong Leung – Cantonese
  45. Shek Kee Kitchen – Cantonese
  46. Ship Kee – Cantonese
  47. Shugetsu Ramen (Central) – Ramen
  48. Sing Kee – Cantonese
  49. Sister Wah – Noodles
  50. Sun Yuen Hing Kee – Cantonese roast meats
  51. Tai Wai Dining Room (Tai Wai) – Cantonese
  52. Tai Wing Wah – Cantonese
  53. Tai Woo – Cantonese
  54. Tak Kee – Chiu Chow
  55. Takeya – Japanese
  56. Tasty (Centlra) – Noodles and congee
  57. Tim Wo Wan (Sham Shui Po) – Dim sum
  58. Tin Hng – Cantonese roast meats
  59. Trusty Congee King (Wan Chai) – Noodles and congee
  60. Tsim Chai Kee (Wellington Street) – Noodles
  61. Twins Liangpi Limited (Mong Kok) – Street food *NEW
  62. Wang Fu – Dumplings
  63. What to Eat – Taiwanese
  64. Wing Lai Yuen – Shanghainese and Sichuan
  65. Yi Jia – Shanghainese and Sichuan
  66. Yuan is Here (Western District) – Taiwanese
  67. Yue Kee – Cantonese

Full list of Macau Bib Gourmand restaurants

  1. Chan Seng Kei – Cantonese
  2. Cheong Kei – Noodles
  3. Din Tai Fung (COD) – Shanghainese
  4. IFTM Educational Restaurant – Macanese
  5. Kapok – Cantonese *NEW
  6. Lok Kei Noodles (Patane) – Noodles and congee
  7. Lou Kei – Cantonese
  8. O Castiço – Portugese
  9. Restaurant Litoral (Taipa) – Portuguese *NEW
  10. Son Tak Kong – Shun Tak *NEW

(Main and featured image: Manyuenrestaurant/Instagram)

This article first appeared on Lifestyle Asia Singapore.

Source: Prestige Online

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