MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival Returns

Posted on 01/02/2019

MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival returns for its third edition, from February 22 until February 24, with 15 establishments, recognised in the MICHELIN Guide Singapore, will offer a delicious array of mouth-watering cuisine at The Coliseum, Resorts World Sentosa. It’s a foodies dream, as the event brings some of the most talented kitchens in the city – from celebrated restaurants to Bib Gourmand and famous Hawker centre eateries.

After a sold-out event in 2018, the MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival will invite a selection of notable eateries to showcase their undoubted talent during the course of the festival, representing a variety of international cuisine, from local to Australian and Spanish. Diners can tuck into iconic local favourites such as the legendary Bak Chor Mee from Tai Wah Pork Noodle, newly listed in the Michelin Bib Gourmand 2018, the golden brown curry puffs from Rolina Traditional Hainanese Curry Puff.

A visit to the MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival is not just for the gourmands, it’s a fun day out for all the family. Enjoy the multi-cultural showcase of Singapore’s vibrant food scene, from local hawker favourites to Michelin-starred restaurants such as Burnt Ends and Shisen Hanten, all displaying their signature dishes, all starting at the great value price of just $3. Such a diverse range of food under the same roof, presented in a vibrant atmosphere, giving you the chance to sample food that you might often have to queue for hours to taste. The event runs from February 22 until 24, Friday to Sunday, with the first seating from 5pm until 7.30 and the second sitting from 8pm until 10.30.

If you ever wondered what makes the Singapore food scene the envy of the world, now is your chance to find out. You don’t have to travel to the four corners of the Lion City to go in search of these famous eateries, they all come together in The Coliseum for three nights, to make it convenient for you to find your next favourite dish. After last year’s sold-out sessions, make sure you get down early.