There's no denying that London has some stellar street food. But a Singapore chef has just been crowned official king of the kerb - becoming the world's first street-food vendor to be granted a Michelin star. Vietnam-born chef Chan Hon Meng was awarded the prestigious accolade for his stall, Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle. It may be a mouthful of a name, but the mouthfuls it serves ñ including (yes) chicken with soy sauce and rice, as well as dumpling soup and pork ribs ñ regularly draw queues of over a hundred hungry punters (which we're predicting will now get longer - soz, guys). Prices start from the equivalent of £1.14 and go up to £8, which also means the stall offers the cheapest Michelin- starred grub on the planet. Even an underpaid Londoner could dine like royalty at this place. Long live food democracy!