Singapore's Michelin-star chicken, for US$1.50
Hungry reporter Tomomi Kikuchi visits the Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle in Singapore, which sells the lowest-priced meals in the world that have received a Michelin star -- at 2 Singapore dollars a plate (roughly U.S.$1.50).
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