What is it? A showcase of 12 Michelin-starred restaurants and Bib Gourmand eateries from around Singapore.
When is it? 14 & 15 April 2017, Friday & Saturday | 6pm – 8pm (first seating), 8.30pm – 10.30pm (second seating)
Where is it? The Coliseum, Hard Rock Hotel Singapore, Resorts World Sentosa
How much is it? Regular $20 | VIP $150
Word on the street is that most Singaporeans know of at least one good place to eat, long before they know their verbs, tenses and grammar.
Urban legend or not, it is undeniable that food is an important part of the Singapore psyche. And with the coming of the first Michelin Guide Street Food Festival in April 2017, there’s more reason to get psyched up.
At this two-day multi-cultural showcase of some of Singapore’s best dishes, there’s a selection of dishes from 12 restaurants and street vendors celebrated in Singapore’s first Michelin Guide. These include:
- Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle – world’s first street food in a Michelin guide
- A Noodle Story – Bib Gourmand awardee known for how it prepares its, well, noodles
- Song Fa Bak Kut Teh
- Wedang – Bib Gourmand awardee famous for its traditional Malay dishes such as gado-gado and satay
- Song of India – one-star Indian restaurant
- Shoukouwa – two-star Japanese sushi restaurant
- Joël Robuchon Restaurant – three-star French restaurant
Each seat goes for $20, but you’ll get $20 worth of credits to spend at the event. And word on the grapevine is that you’ll be able to get dishes for as low as $2.50.
If you fancy the VIP treatment, opt for the $150 option, which comes with tasting portions from all participating restaurants and vendors, plus champagne as well.
Seats are going fast – Singaporeans really are crazy about food. Book here.