Singapore MICHELIN STAR Food Tour $4 NOODLES vs. $300 BBQ | BEST Spicy Mapo Tofu!

Δημοσιεύτηκε στις 19 Μάι 2019
I went to two different Michelin star restaurants from expensive to the cheapest. I tried Hill Street pork noodles before the last time I was in Singapore, but I went back again to give a full review on it, and I think the dried noodles would be the best dish there. But I had some amazing dishes at Burnt Ends and Shisen Hanten. Those places are a bit expensive but definitely worth the money! So here's my Michelin star food tour review.
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✧ Tea Chapter
✧ Burnt Ends
✧ Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles
✧ Shisen Hanten
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  • No ppl eat soup version . Dry version is the best !

  • Yeah nah. That’s not Aussie bbq.

  • 19:04 oh no no no lmao

  • My salivary glands are sweating

  • Mike you missed out by not eating at candlenut chef Malcom Lee’s take on traditional peranakan food is amazing.

  • 0:27 name of the background song plz?

  • We usually don't stand in line ourselves for those noodles 🤣 Evil but we will send an intern or the lowest ranking family member to do the job and just appear at the right time. Alternatively, we go at off-peak hours. No line!

  • I watch these videos when I eat. So I pretend to be mike and pretend my food is his food.

  • That mapo tofu 🤤

  • OH I GET IT, royal tea, royalty guess people back then just loved tea so much that they wanted the name to go along with it

  • What flavour is 'numnum'? Sorry if I have spelled that incorrectly. Thanks.


  • You're the reason I convinced a coworker to try the black pepper crab while visiting our factory in Singapore.

  • Mufasa dies in Lion King! Oh my, you just ruin this movie for me as I did not watched it yet! LOL, just playing, LOL, food looks so delicious!

  • That Dan Dan looked exquisite I love Dan Dan like that but I like mine more numbing then spicy

  • spoiled the lion king ending disliked unfollowed jk

  • I loved my experience at Burnt Ends. One of my favorite restaurants when I visited Singapore

  • I would LOVE to meet this guy! But he would have to come to Shreveport, Louisiana. 😁

  • Don’t talk about mufasa...

  • 10:06- My man just finna roasted all of the girls in his life with one line

  • Lmao that isn’t no tea, my mans put some of da good good in there

  • The next time you go back to Singapore, you must try the crispy rice hot and sour soup at Min Jiang in the Goodwood Park Hotel. It is AMAZING! They also have a durian festival every year, which is wonderful (if you like durian).

  • As an Aussie, even I have to begrudgingly admit, the South Africans and Brazilians are better at BBQ than we are.

  • You can also feel the taste how Mikeee lavishly describes each and every food he ate \( ^O^ )//

  • I cracked up at the hogworts hat comment. Thanks dude...

  • I always watch this while im eating...😍😍😍

  • You have the best job!

  • A horse does not go with a carriage Mike. They should be free.

  • Wagyu means Japanese beef. Not sure how they got Australian wagyu. :P

    • meestaShin doesn’t wagyu just refer to a breed of Japanese cow???

  • Come to australia dude!

  • I really want to know how to make those dun dun noodles

  • I don’t know why chines people like to eat a lot of sqweeshe food

  • WAHHHH I AM HUNGRY AGAIN Time for my strictly diet get it???

  • What is the recipe for Roasted Pineapple Sabayon ?

  • The noodles place have been my fav since small, there’s always a line 1. My fav is the dumpling noodles, SO GOOD 😋😋

  • FYI, the Japanese 2 Star restaurant is opened by the son of Ken Kenichi, the original Chinese Iron Chef. His strength has been Sichuan cooking if you had seen those episodes so it is not surprising that his son carried on the the tradition.

  • I’am pick 4$

  • Welcome to come to Melbourne, Australia we get real Australian beef

  • what do you call the dry noodles?

  • 3:14 420 BLAZE IT, seriously the tea drinking is complicated

  • im sorry but tofu is nasty!!

  • "It's like eating jelly at Goldilock's house."

  • You about to have competition lol I am trying to eat the world too

  • 3:04 Anyone thought that knocking was coming from inside their house?

  • the BBQ place... it didn't serve BBQ, well not "traditional" bbq anyway, if it was me, I'd be a bit disappointed.

  • Omg you watch Food Wars??

  • Which song is played at 19:19

  • Lazarbeam is Australian and when he went into the Australian restaurant he played the music Lazarbeam uses often coincidence I think not

  • I wish I had the power to teleport anywhere. I could be having the feast of my life in Kobe Japan, or Australia eating mud crab 😭😭😭😭😭

  • Correction the queen of the entire UK not just England smh.

  • Pork is no good to eat....not meant for human consumption! So many Asian dishes filled with pork tho....why???

  • "The Cinderella of all dumplings" love that 💕

  • The mapo tofu look like the mapo tofu in shokuge no soma

  • I think that’s a sichuan restaurant not a Japanese restaurant. None of the dishes were Japanese food.

  • It will be good if you can put the name of the restaurant in the video. Have been trying to search it.

  • *puts Michelin in the title* Also him: *promotes other restaurant*

  • please go to michelin star restaurant more often

  • please go to michelin star restaurant more often

  • Mapo tofu is good on rice, but I’ve discovered that it’s INSANE on a fresh, raw bed of bean sprouts!

  • Not all Michelin Star restaurants are as good as I originally thought. Recently had a suhlungtung in Korea at a restaurant that had two michelin stars, and was just bland all around. But I have faith that those $4 noodles were worth it.