Singapore is famous for its variety delicious food as same as tourist attractions. Many tourists travel to Singapore with the purpose to taste famous food with signature dishes both savory and sweet dishes such as Singapore Chicken Rice, Rojak and Kaya Toast.
The Singapore Food Festival is an annual event that takes place in every year in the end of July. It is organized by the Singapore Tourism Board. To promote tourism and to celebrate the creation of local dishes from the past until today.
This is a big annual culinary event which there are many food stall for visitors to choose from hundreds of stores. Most of the food stalls will be tasty local cuisine which many people may never tasted before. Many Michelin Star restaurants will become a part of this festival in the form of food stalls as well as the others.
Another highlight that the visitors should not miss is street foods which is the main activity. There are many food vendors, the premium hawkers and chefs served modern creations inspired by Singaporean flavors alongside sumptuous local favorites at great prices.
Nostalgia was the order of the day at events such as The 50 Cents Festival at Chinatown Food Street and Kueh Appreciation Day. Foodies savored rarely-seen classics such as Iceballs, Kok Kok Mee and Hainanese Larp, each menu related with a story which tell about Singapore’s culture and the past.
Besides that, it is a variety of drinks which made from a professional chef. The traditional recipes were paired with modern cocktails, and even infused with luxurious teas, to every gourmand’s delight.
The popular local dishes such as Chilli Crab, Bah Kut Teh and Laksa. For the most famous fusion menu are Newton’s Oyster Omelette with Pomelo Lemongrass Gimlet, Maxwell Chicken Rice with Ginger Yuzu Buck, BBQ Blowout, Prata Taco with Stewed Tripe and Sticky Rice, Durian Ice- Cream with Sticky Rice.