August 11, 2016

Since being introduced in 1926, Michelin stars have been considered a coveted accolade linked to expensive fine dining. In recent years, however, the Michelin reviewers have rewarded some budget-friendly outlets, the latest being a Singaporean street food vendor on July 21. Here, some of the cheapest dishes at Michelin-starred eateries:

HK Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle

SINGAPORE

The hawker stall’s chicken rice made history by becoming one of the cheapest meals served by a Michelin-starred outlet.

$1.85

Tsuta

JAPAN

In 2015, the Tokyo eatery became the first ramen joint to win a Michelin star, serving simple dishes like shoyu ramen.

$9.80

Tuju

BRAZIL

The São Paulo restaurant’s three-course lunch menu features contemporary Brazilian dishes like jabuticaba consommé.

$23.67

Lima

U.K.

This London restaurant’s Peruvian cooking won it a 2014 Michelin star. Ceviche dish tuna tiradito is on its two-course menu.

$30.03

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This appears in the August 22, 2016 issue of TIME.

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