Highlights of the Singapore Food Festival 2019
When you think about Singapore, one of the first things that come to mind is FOOD. It’s no surprise that we have a whole calendar month of activities dedicated to this obsession with food. Some of the biggest names in the Singapore culinary scene have come together for some exciting collaborations, limited edition food items and even hands on workshops.
Get ready your loosest pants, grab your fellow foodies and get ready to discover a whole new gastronomic world!
1. Chilli Crab Ramen by IPPUDO and No Signboard Seafood
Who doesn’t love a good bowl of ramen and a good rendition of what can be considered the quintessential Singaporean dish – Chilli Crab? IPPUDO Ramen, one of the top names in the ramen game has paired up with No Signboard Seafood to come up with a Singapore Food Festival exclusive, Chilli Crab Ramen!
This bowl of ramen is the perfect blend of IPPUDO’s signature Tonkotsu soup and No Signboard Seafood’s homemade chilli crab sauce, topped off with crab claws and fried mantou toppings.
There are only 30 bowls up for grabs daily so pre-book your bowl of Chilli Crab Ramen on Klook to guarantee yourself a bowl of this limited edition ramen. We’re even giving out a free tote bag for you to brag to your friends that you’re one of the lucky few who managed to snag a bowl.
2. The 50 Cents Fest
This year, the 50 Cents Fest will focus on Hokkien heritage and traditional Hokkien dishes. For the uninitiated, the 50 cents fest is where you can get some of the best local dishes for as low as $0.50. All food items are sold in denominations of 50 cents and you can get dishes like a bowl of Buddha Jumps Over the Wall for as low as $3 and Chilli Crab for as low as $2.
Here’s a list of food you can pre-book on Klook:
- Fried Black Hokkien Mee
- Herbal Prawn
- Chilli Crab
- Braised Duck Rice
- Lor Mee
Apart from that, you can also head over to the Klook booth to redeem some exclusive freebies! Just show any of the Klook staff there that you’ve bought the food on Klook and you’ll get a free spin on the Gachapon Machine. There are also free fans for you to beat the heat while queuing up!
50 Cents Fest
Address: Chinatown Food Street Smith Street Singapore 058938
Date/Time: 27 & 28 July 11am – 11pm
STREAT is one of the Singapore Food Festival’s most popular events and here’s why. The top names in F&B come up with the most exciting mod-sin (modern Singaporean) dishes and drinks with plenty of hands on workshops, live performances and of course celebrity chefs.
This year, there will be 12 different F&B stalls present:
- Tiger’s Tavern
- Jin Ji Braised Duck
- Indian Express
- Sabar Menanti
- Restaurant Ibid
- Wok-In Burger
- Siri House
- Meat Smith
- Salted & Hung
- The Feather Blade
- Fat Papas
Some of the highlights you HAVE to try include the Salted Egg Chicken Chop ($7) from Meat Smith, Chicken Rice Kueh Pie Tee ($8) from Salted & Hung and Curry Noodles with Roasted Lamb ($15) from Artichoke.
There will also be a dedicated bar helmed by Origin Bar from Shangri-La Hotel with cocktails like Kopittan, made from local Kopi Vermouth and Flower Ball made with Honey Wine and Chrysanthemum flowers.
Address: The Promontory 11 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018940
Date: 12 & 13 July 2019
Opening hours: 5pm to 11pm
4. Jimami Tofu 5D Dining Experience
Ever wished you could taste whatever you see on the screen? The Jimami Tofu 5D experience will allow you to do just that! Enjoy a screening of the heartwarming award winning film Jimami Tofu and delight in the dishes served on screen at the same time.
This love story of a Singaporean Chef and Japanese food writer just might inspire you to fly to Okinawa to find your happily ever after. You’ll also get to meet and greet the chefs of Cookyn Inc and the makers of Jimami Tofu.
8-Course Dinner Menu:
- Char Kway Teow
- Asa Seaweed Tempura with Salt
- Cocktail: Gin & Tonic
- Okinawan Bento: Refute (Braised Pork Belly), Goya Chanpuru (stir fry dish with Bitter Melon), Mimiga (Pork Ears), Japanese Rice
- Palate Cleanser: Yuzu Sorbet
- Jimami Tofu
- Umukuji Andagi (Japanese Sweet Potato Croquette)
- Orange Jelly with Jasmine Honey
Pre-book your Jimami Tofu 5D experience on Klook and get ready to indulge in gastronomic paradise. Simply flash your mobile e-voucher at the door and enter directly.
Jimami Tofu 5D Dining Experience
Address:31 Ah Hood Road, #01-04 HomeTeamNS-JOM Clubhouse, Singapore 329979
Screening Dates: 19, 20, 26, 27 Jul, 2, 3 Aug 2019
5. Singapore Tea Festival
The Singapore Tea Festival is back again for the 3rd year running. Bringing to you over 40 different tea and tea related brands, get ready for a to-tea-lly tea-rrific time! With freshly roasted teas imported directly from Japanese and Taiwanese plantations as well as modern blends like cold brewed teas and even durian tea, you’ll be spoilt for choice. There are also kuehs, chocolates and other local delights for you to pair with your tea.
Admission to the event is free! Head on over to Klook to pre-book your admission ticket and it includes 2 sampling cups and a $5 coupon!
Singapore Tea Festival
Address: Jewel, Changi Airport B1, Jewel Atrium 78 Airport Boulevard Singapore 819666
Date/Time: 20 & 21 July 10am – 10pm daily
6. Park Bench Deli x Candlenut Burger
Every month, the folks at Park Bench Deli collaborate with some of the best chefs in Singapore to bring you unique sandwiches and this time around, you’re in for a huge treat. For the month of July, they will be joining forces with the folks of the 1 Michelin-starred restaurant Candlenut to bring you a Buah Keluak Burger!
Pre-book your Buah Keluak Burger on Klook to enjoy a discount on your burgers. Grab your foodie friends for a great meal and enjoy the 3 burger bundle or get a cash voucher to splurge on the burgers and other sides.
Park Bench Deli
Address: 179 Telok Ayer Street Singapore 068627
Date: 1 – 31 July
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10.30am – 4pm, 5pm – 9pm| Saturday & Sunday 9am – 3pm
7. Pocky x Ya Kun Kaya Toast & Kopi O Limited Edition Set
There’s no better way to kickstart your mornings than with a traditional Kaya Toast and Kopi O. If you often find yourself rushing for time, you’ll be glad to know that Ya Kun has teamed up with Glico to bring you Kaya Toast & Kopi O Pocky! Who says you can’t have your breakfast on the go? Don’t forget to pre-book your box of limited edition pocky sticks on Klook before they’re gone!
Do note that you will only be able to pre-book these starting 12 July 2019.
Pocky x Ya Kun Kaya Toast & Kopi O Limited Edition Set
Location: STREAT and all Ya Kun Outlets
Date/Time: 12 July
8. 7-Eleven Day
7-Eleven will also be launching a series of Ready-To-Eat items in line with the Singapore Food Festival. Get ready for your tastebuds for some Chicken Satay Onigiri, Salted Egg Tamagoyaki, and Takoyaki with Chili Crab Sauce and Egg Mayo!
The Chicken Satay Onigiri will be filled with char-grilled chicken thigh meat marinated with spices and complete with a savoury peanut sauce, The Salted Egg Tamagoyaki is fluffy and light and layered with sauce made from real salted egg yolk while the Takoyaki with Chili Crab Sauce and Egg Mayo is topped with Chilli Crab sauce made from scratch.
These items will be available islandwide starting 10th July.
Take part in Klook’s exclusive 7-Eleven lucky draw when you purchase any of the 3 items. Simply book a free lucky draw entry on Klook, key in your 7-Eleven receipt number and you’re all set. Winners stand a chance to walk away with $50 Klook credits or $50 Dairy Farm vouchers.
9. Avocado Kopi by LiHO
How many of you can’t start the day without a cup of kopi? LiHO Tea has mashed together 2 Singaporean favourites, Kopi and Avocado drinks to bring you a perk-me-up minus the sugar! This unique tribute to Singaporean’s hawker culture is definitely worth a try. Get your cup staring 12 july at selected LiHO stores.
10. The Kueh Kueh Symposium
If you’re a fan of kuehs, you definitely won’t want to miss the Kueh Kueh Symposium. Bringing together Singapore’s top kueh makers in one space, you can expect only the best insights and of course what everyone is most excited about, tasting the different kuehs!
There is even a panel sharing session where the kueh experts share their thoughts on this traditional craft. All this will be taking place in the heritage building of the Straits Clan.
Kueh Kueh Symposium
Address: Straits Clan 31 Bukit Pasoh Road Singapore 089845
Date/Time: 13 July, 10am-6pm
11. Open Air Film Club: Rooftop Movie at the Hive
Rooftop movie screenings are all the rage now and as part of the Singapore Food Festival, The Hive will be screening a comedic food film “ Republic of Food”. This hit comedy is about an underground group of foodie friends who come together to enjoy good food in a world where that is forbidden. Be sure to grab some of the unlimited movie bites before you get seated so you don’t end up drooling at the mouth-watering dishes on screen.
Open Air Film Club
Location: The Hive Singapore at New Bridge Road
Screening Dates: 19 and 26 Jul 2019
12. Singapore Vegan Food Street Crawl
We’re all about sustainable food options these days and going vegan is the best way to start. Go on a journey around Singapore hunting down the best vegan street food and you just might discover some hidden gems. There are 3 different neighborhoods to be explored – Geylang Serai, Chinatown and Little India.
Over at Geylang Serai, snack on steamed cakes, char kway teow, laksa, kuehs and even try your hand at making popiah! Let the guide take you to some of the best spots to get these food and you might just find a new favourite along the way.
Geylang Serai Vegan Street Food Tour
Address: Geylang Serai Market, 1 Geylang Serai, #01-210, Singapore 402001
Date/time: 13 July 2019 9.50am to 12.30pm
At Little India, sample rojak, appam, idlis, and other classic local dishes before trying your hands at preparing some banana flowers! Our favourites just might be south Indian snacks, desserts and vegan coffee.
Little India Vegan Food Street Tour
Address: Junction of Race Course Road and Buffalo Road, Exit E at Little India MRT Station
Date/Time: 27 July 2019, 2.20pm to 5pm
Discover traditional street snacks, such as chendol, satay, and dumplings all at Chinatown with the help of your friendly guide. You’ll even learn how to prepare and use jackfruit in local dishes and get to try your hand at cooking with the help of the experts of course.
Chinatown Vegan Street Food Tour
Address: Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum, 288 South Bridge Rd, Singapore 058840
Date/time: 20 July 2019, 220pm to 5pm
13. Great Indian Food Fest
The Great Indian Food Fest is an annual Indian food extravaganza that happens at Campbell Lane! There will be 17 different food carts selling some of the most delicious Indian Fare, roving acts and heritage performers and musical bands.
You can purchase an exclusive $10 cash voucher on Klook to enjoy a discount on all that yummy food.
The Great Indian Food Fest 2019
Time/date: 19-28 Jul 2019, 9:30am-9:30pm
Location: Campbell Lane
14. 7-Course Curated Culinary Dining by Telok Ayer Arts Club
How many of us watching Netflix and eat at the same time? Food is definitely an art, that deserves your full undivided attention. Advance Dining is a curated dining experience by artists Aiwei Foo and Wangxian Tan that focuses on key elements of food, raising your self awareness while eating.
This solitary yet communal dining experience will leave you fully present in the moment, meaning no phones are allowed. The programme and the details of the menu are kept a secret so if you’re curious to find out, be sure to pre-book a slot to experience it for yourself!
Advanced Dining Experience
Address: 2 Mccallum Street, Singapore 069043
Date/Time: 13, 20 and 27 July 2019, 1:00pm or 7:00pm
15. The Mem’s Servants: A Food and Dance Experience by Project Plait and Artistry
Project Plait and Artistry have come up with a new exciting show that will truly overwhelm your senses. Watch the story of House 18, Singapore’s past as part of the Straits Settlements, unfold through a contemporary dance showcase all while indulging in a 5 course meal.
Some of their past works include mind-blowing stuff like this edible vanity kit which we’re not sure if we’ll dare to eat.
The Mem’s Servants: A Food and Dance Experience by Project Plait and Artistry
Address:18 Temenggong Road, Singapore 098771
Date/time: 24-27 Jul 2019 , 7.30pm
16. Free cookies from Home’s Favourite
Savour locally inspired cookie flavours such as Durian Kaya, Satay, Kopi O and Teh Tarik Butter all by one of Singapore’s top cookie producers, Home’s Favourite. Pre-book your Complimentary Home’s Favourite Cookie Pack on Klook and get to sample 1 of each cookie before you decide which your favorite is. There are only 200 free sample kits so be sure to pre-order yours fast!
Do note that you can only redeem it from 1 July to 31 July 2019.
Address: 25 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228220 T Galleria by DFS, Singapore Redemption Counter at Level 2 (Food and Gift Department)
Opening Hours: Sunday – Thursday: 11:00am – 8:00pm |Friday – Saturday: 11:00am – 9:00pm
17. Pluck! Home Dining
They always say food tastes the best when it’s home-cooked. Well, not exactly cooked at home but if you’re looking for some of the tastiest locally grown ingredients, the private dining series by Pluck will be perfect for you.
There are a couple of options:
Pluck x Lynnette’s Kitchen
Address: Will be disclosed after booking
Date/Time: 20 and 21 July 2019 7:30pm-10:30pm (Dinner)
Pluck x Lagenda hosted by Scaled (Ah Hua Kelong)
Address: 55 Haji Lane, Singapore 189248
Date/time: 21 and 28 July 2019: 1:00pm-3:00pm (Lunch), 7:00pm-9:00pm (Dinner)
Pluck x The 1925 Brewing Co. in Singapore
Address: 261 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427515
Date/Time: 27 and 28 July 2019: 6:00pm-8:00pm (Dinner), 8:30pm-10:30pm (Dinner)
Pluck x Happivore by House of Sub Zero & Wolf
Address: House of Sub Zero & Wolf, SEA, 31 McNair Road, Singapore 328529
Date/time: 27 and 28 July 2019: 11:00am-12:30pm (Lunch), 1:15pm-2:45pm (Lunch), 7:00pm-9:00pm (Dinner)
18.Private Chef’s Table by Dine Inn
Enjoy meals prepared by celebrity chef Eric Teo and other hosts all brought to you by Dine Inn. There are plenty of menus available on the different nights and some of the most outstanding ones include Mod-sin dishes, Indonesian favourites and even Chinese dialect inspired. We’ve taken a look at the menu installed and all we can say is, get ready for the spectacle of favours that are sure to tantalize the taste buds.
You can expect that private dining can cost quite a bit, but pre-booking on Klook will entitle you to an exclusive discount! Stay tuned for more details.
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