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Singapore—undoubtedly one of the world's great food capitals—is getting its own Michelin Guide, making it the first Southeast Asian country to be singled out by the gold-standard dining directory. Something else that makes Michelin's list for Singapore unique: it will include 17 hawker stalls, the small businesses specializing in a single dish apiece and grouped together in hawker centers across the city-state. The Singapore Michelin Guide is scheduled to be released on July 21, when the French tastemakers will also hand out one, two, or three stars to those deemed worthy.  



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