The Cheapest Michelin Star Restaurant Has Now Got An Outlet In Malaysia

The Cheapest Michelin Star Restaurant Has Now Got An Outlet In Malaysia
The original restaurant in Singapore, Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Did you know? The chef originally hails from Malaysia

OT Staff
March 18 , 2019
01 Min Read

Good news for Malaysia. The world-famous Michelin star restaurant in Singapore, Liao Fan Hawker Chan, has now opened its shutters on a new outpost.

The chef of this award-winning street stall, Chef Chan Hon Meng is originally from Ipoh, Malaysia. During his training at a Hong Kong restaurant, he learnt the recipe for the soya sauce chicken recipe that won him the Michelin. Since then, he partnered with Hersing Culinary to open 12 franchised branches in 6 countries including Thailand, Taiwan, Philippines, Kazakhstan, even Australia. Now it’s time for him to take the chain to his home country.

The grand opening of Liao Fan Hawker Chan on March 16 in Malaysia was his return with the now award-winning dish and several others. This is a self-service restaurant that has also attracted a large crowd already. If its soft launch earlier in January was any indicator of the restaurant’s fate back here in Malaysia, we think the store is going to do well. 

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Where: 26-3 Jalan Theatre, Taman Jubilee, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia

Timings: 11am-8.30pm

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