street food Meet the Man Behind the World’s Cheapest Michelin-Starred Dish Singaporean hawker Chan Hon Meng brings his soy-braised chicken and rice to the States for the first time ever By Dan Q. Dao posted Dec 15th, 2016 Singaporean hawker Chan Hon Meng is the chef behind the world's cheapest Michelin-star meal—he brings it to the United States for the first time. Chickpea Fritters and Spleen Sandwiches: Sicily’s Essential Street Snacks On an island rife with foreign influences, the local street food has guts By Fiona Reilly posted Dec 4th, 2015 If you walk down the streets of Palermo, you’ll smell and taste something a little bolder than the flavors that Sicily, the Mediterranean’s largest island, is usually known… From Chips to a Booming Mexican-Salvadoran Business Maria del Carmen Flores is one of La Cocina’s most vibrant entrepreneurs By Jessica Battilana posted Aug 6th, 2015 The third in our series of profiles of entrepreneurs from La Cocina, San Francisco's nonprofit kitchen incubator. Celebrating Cambodian Cooking in California La Cocina's Nite Yun is resurrecting Cambodian recipes and introducing them to a new audience By Jessica Battilana posted Jul 30th, 2015 With her pop-up restaurant Nyum Bai, La Cocina entrepreneur Nite Yun is introducing Cambodian cuisine to a wider audience. How Nepalese Dumplings Saved Binita Pradhan's Life A profile of one of La Cocina's leading entrepreneurs By Jessica Battilana posted Jul 23rd, 2015 A profile of La Cocina's Binita Pradhan, who will be serving her Nepalese dumplings at this summer's San Francisco Street Food Festival. Dispatch: Eating Crickets in Plaza Hidalgo A brief encounter with Mexico City's tiniest street food By Alan Hanson posted Jun 8th, 2015 A brief encounter with Mexico's tiniest street food. Jianbing: Beijing's Crunchy, Eggy, Perfect Street Food In China's capital city, a sandwich reigns supreme By Kyle Chayka posted May 7th, 2015 In China's bustling capital city, the irresistible jianbing is the king of all street food.