Hawker Chan recently opened its 11th store in the country, particularly at the Sunset Terraces of SM City Baguio.
Initially, 100 customers were given the chance to win a 1-year worth of the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred meal, soya sauce, chicken rice with a purchase of any menu items.
Hawker Chan, the acclaimed Singaporean street-food chain was awarded One-Michelin Star for its soya chicken recipe.
In 2018, it was launched in the Philippines by FooDee Global Concepts, one of the country’s leading multi-brand food and beverage groups, the company behind Loved Restaurant branch Mesa Filipino Moderne, Hawker Chan, Kam’s roast, Llao Llao, POUND x Flatterie, Sunnies Café and BENCH Café, among others.
“Hawker Chan being the World’s First Michelin Hawker is a trend setter in the dining scene in its own right. The 2.0 generation concept is a creative direction towards offering customers a more up-market dining experience, while still enjoying the original and all-time favorite Singaporean meals,” Eric Thomas Dee, chief operating officer of FooDee Global Concepts, stressed.
The new generation concept is a more expressive vibe with the use of organic forms, earthy tones and decorated hanging plants in the restaurant interior that diners will surely appreciate whether they are sitting inside or at the al fresco area. The cozy design eases people into a comfortable, casual dining experience.
Diners do not need to line up as orders will be taken from the table while a take-out counter is ever present for those looking for a quick grab and go.
Hawker Chan uses premium and freshest ingredients to prepare each dish cooked to order, keeping the taste consistency and food quality.
The menu selection features Michelin-starred soya sauce chicken-marinated for hours to achieve its signature flavor and tenderness, together with roast duck, poached Hainanese chicken, char siew, roasted pork and beef brisket, which can be enjoyed with a choice of steamed rice, fragrant rice, noodles or flat noodles.
Other must-try Singaporean favorites are the spicy Laksa, stir-fry Char Kway Teow also known as Singaporean noodles with Chinese sausage, eggs and vegetables embodying a unique smoky flavor, dumplings, buchi to sweet icy treats such as Chendol And Ice Kachang or the Singaporean halo-halo version for deserts.