It’s not unknown to drop a good few hundred pounds on a half-decent dinner from a Michelin starred chef. Maybe worth saving for a special occasion, an anniversary or to celebrate a work promotion perhaps, but hardly an everyday occurrence. Unless you head to KERB at King’s Cross, where London’s cheapest Michelin Star lunch is being served daily at the unusually usurious price of £6 a pop.
Singapore Airlines and the Singapore Tourism Board have flown Hawker Chan, Head Chef at legendary Asian street food stall Chan Hong Men, over to pop up here for three days only and he’ll be serving up his famous street food to 200 lucky punters every day.
Chan was the first street food trader to be recognised by the Michelin men, and his stall routinely has queues around the block. And so it will presumably be in King’s Cross this week as he doles out his two signature dishes, Bian Dang Taiwanese Beast Box and Makatcha Malaysian rendang curry.
So for the cheapest Michelin Star meal of your life, head to Kerb this week!
Kerb: Hawker Chan’s pop up will be popping up from Wednesday 14th to Friday 16th March. Granary Square, Kings Cross, N1C 4AA www.kerbfood.com