Michelin’s list for cheap eats in Brooklyn

Williamsburg's Fatty 'Cue, a Bib Gourmand newbie.

Who knows good food better than a puffy white dude shaped like a… tire? The 2011 Michelin Guide to New York hit shelves last week, and included again this year are the guide’s Bib Gourmand picks—restaurants where $40 or less will get you two courses and a glass of wine or dessert (tax and gratuity excluded). New York had among the most such spots in the world, and it’s no surprise they’re on the rise in Brooklyn, with four new entries since last year. Here they are, along with the rest of Bib Gourmand in BK.

This year’s new picks are in bold.

Baci & Abbracci, 204 Grand St., Williamsburg

Belleville, 330-332 5th St., Park Slope

Buttermilk Channel, 524 Court St., Carroll Gardens

Char No. 4, 196 Smith St., Cobble Hill

Diner, 85 Broadway, Williamsburg

Egg, 135 N. 5th St., Williamsburg

Fatty ‘Cue, 91 S 6th St., Williamsburg

Frankies 457 Spuntino, 457 Court St., Carroll Gardens

Franny’s, 295 Flatbush Ave., Prospect Heights

The Good Fork, 391 Van Brunt St., Red Hook

Jack the Horse, 66 Hicks St., Brooklyn Heights

Kif, 219 Dekalb Ave., Fort Greene

Marlow & Sons, 81 Broadway, Williamsburg

Mesa Coyoacan, 372 Graham Ave., Williamsburg

Motorino, 319 Graham Ave., Williamsburg

Paulie Gee’s, 60 Greenpoint Ave., Greenpoint

Prime Meats, 465 Court St., Carroll Gardens

Rye, 247 S 1st St., Williamsburg

Sette Enoteca  e Cucina, 207 Seventh Ave., Park Slope

Tanoreen, 7523 Third Ave., Bay Ridge

World Tong, 6202 18th Ave., Bensonhurst