On the whole dining at a Michelin-starred restaurant is an expensive activity – you’re paying for luxury ingredients, the skills of the chef, and often, as many staff as there are customers.
But it doesn’t always have to be the case. Recently, the Michelin Guide has begun awarding its coveted stars to cheaper street food spots, largely in Asia.
What’s more, a number of Michelin-starred restaurants offer great set lunch deals, which are relatively cheap compared to their full tasting menus.
Cheapest Michelin-starred meals
With that in mind, Traveloka has compiled a list of the 50 cheapest Michelin-starred dining experiences in the world.
As you can see, Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle, the famous hawker stall in Singapore, which was awarded a Michelin star in 2016, tops the list, with a meal there costing an amazing $2.20, with Jay Fai, another street food spot, in Bangkok, at number five.
There are also loads of great bargains to be had at Michelin-starred restuarants around the world, including a tasty looking $22 set lunch at two-Michelin-star Tuju in São Paulo , Brazil.
Take a look below.