After queuing on the street, diners are sat next to strangers in the cramped Hong Kong restaurant before rinsing their own cutlery. Welcome to the world's cheapest Michelin-starred experience.
Customers dine at the one-Michelin-starred Ho Hung Kee restaurant in Hong Kong on December 27, 2012. The restaurant was first awarded a coveted star in 2011 and on any given day is packed with diners ordering bowls of wonton noodles for around HK$35 -- less than US$5.
Ho Hung Kee (Ho Hung's restaurant) was first awarded a coveted star in 2011 and on any given day is packed with local and foreign diners ordering bowls of wonton or fried flat noodles with beef for around HK$35 -- less than US$5.
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