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Malaysian-born Chan Hon Meng, who is also the chef at Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle in Singapore, said he was dumbfounded when he got a call from the famous restaurant reviewers inviting him to an awards ceremony.

And he was even more shocked when he was handed a prestigious Michelin one-star award for his work. Chan, who has been working in kitchens for 35 years. “When I received the invitation I was uncertain. I asked them, ‘Are you joking? Why would Michelin come to my stall?’” said Chan.

Chan sells 180 chickens a day and serves Hong Kong-style soya sauce chicken noodles, regularly seeing queues of 100 people lining up to buy a portion of the meal. The hawker feast, priced at just over £1 per portion, is now the cheapest Michelin-starred meal in the world.

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