Indochine is a large French-Vietnamese restaurant on Lafayette in NoHo that has brought delicious fusion cuisine to the neighborhood for over 25 years. It's now the only place in New York City where you can get the Soy Chicken that gave its chef Chan Hon Meng a Michelin star at small stall in Singapore. In this video from Eater, see how its made.
If you think Michelin stars are the purview of highly priced tasting menu restaurants alone, think again. In Singapore, hawker Chan Hon Meng’s food stall became the first of its kind to be honored with a Michelin star, for chef Chan’s Hong Kong-style soy sauce chicken.
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