With over 20 iconic dishes from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore, the opening of
RWS Street Eats 2018 coincided with Singapore’s 53rd National Day on 9 August 2018. Here’re some snapshots of what you missed, and what you can expect at RWS Street Eats 2018 from now till 19 August 2018.
RWS Street Eats 2018 opened with a performance by Chef Zainal Abidin from Malaysia, known across the region for his skills in making Flying Roti Canai. You can still catch him in action at select times at the Flying Roti Canai stall.
At the launch of RWS Street Eats 2018, Dr Leslie Tay of ieatishootipost.sg unveiled his version of the Vietnamese Summer Roll – the Singapore Shiok Summer Roll, complete with strawberry slices, rice vermicelli and satay pork belly. It may sound strange, but together they form an unlikely combination that works!
The event also features several guest chefs from famous eateries around Southeast Asia, flown in specially for RWS Street Eats 2018. Vietnamese celebrity chef Steven Long, for instance, will be at the event to personally prepare Banh Mi, Beef Pho and Vietnamese Summer Rolls.
But regular guests to Malaysian Food Street needn’t worry. Perennial favourites like Heun Kee Claypot Chicken Rice will still be available at RWS Street Eats 2018.
*Nom nom nom*
Those with a sweet tooth will definitely enjoy the slew of sweet treats at Tidbits Lane, located along the Waterfront at the rear entrance of Malaysian Food Street.
In a nutshell, just as Rojak represents an eclectic mix of culinary cultures, so does RWS Street Eats bring together your favourite street food from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore.
We’re already drooling just by looking at this. Are you?
Click to enlarge this event map for a comprehensive list of stalls available. VIDEO
Get a taste of Southeast Asia today!
Malaysian Food Street, Resorts World Sentosa RWS Street Eats 2018
9 – 19 August 2018
Admission is free; dishes starting at S$2