You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to work out that Singaporeans love their food. A walk through any neighbourhood will reveal people hanging out over a meal, whether that be chicken rice, a laksa or a late night roti prata. However, it goes much deeper than that, in a city that is a melting pot of culture and history, food plays an integral role in that identity. It made perfect sense then when global gastronomic barometer MICHELIN last year for its inaugural MICHELIN Guide Singapore. The subsequent awarding of the much sought after stars was cause for debate all over the city state. Get set for more heated conversation and some of the finest food as the MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival returns between March 30 and April 1 2018.
The second edition of the event will feature a specially curated line-up of 15 food establishments, from local street food favourites to MICHELIN-listed restaurants and, of course, the fabulous hawker stalls that made the 2017 guide. The event takes place at The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel, Resort World Sentosa and will incorporate a range of fantastic local food from the likes of Man Unagi, with its signature Una-Don; The Blue Ginger Restaurant and its durian chendol and the must try Heart Attack Fried Rice from local favourite New Ubin Seafood, to name just a few. All of the eateries participating will showcase their dishes at value-for-money process starting at $3! It’s an event that combines a love for food with a sense of national pride and a sprinkling of nostalgia, so it’s perfect for all the family. Having the ability to try so many of the cuisines that dominate the Singapore food scene, under the one roof, is something that proved hugely popular and sold out in its debut year.
Tickets for the MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival 2018 cost S$30 for regular but that comes with S$30 worth of coupons to use at participating stalls in the festival during the two-hour period. Each ticket admits one person. There is a VIP option at S$200 each, which includes a dedicated area with service staff, tasting portions from every stall, a welcome glass of champagne and wine, free-flow beers, still and sparkling water. There’s free admission for children below 6-years old. If you like your food as much as we do and are open minded to try all sortsof different styles of cuisine then the MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival 2018 is a must.
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