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Hong Kong: home of world’s cheapest Michelin restaurants

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This picture taken on December 27, 2012, shows customers seated at the one-Michelin-starred restaurant Ho Hung Kee in Hong Kong. Ho Hung Kee (Ho Hung's restaurant) was first awarded a coveted star in 2011 and on any given day is packed with local and foreign diners ordering bowls of wonton or fried flat noodles with beef for around 35 Hong Kong dollars, or less than US$5. AFP PHOTO/AARON TAM

After queuing on the street, diners are sat next to strangers in the cramped Hong Kong restaurant before rinsing their own cutlery. Welcome to the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred experience.

Posted: January 29th, 2013 in Lifestyle Stories | Read More »

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