Karyn Cheong | May 23, 2018 | 0
MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival returns to Singapore for the 2nd year running!
The annual MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival is back after being met with tremendous success last year! The festival, jointly presented by MICHELIN Guide Singapore and Robert Parker Wine Advocate, celebrates local and international culinary specialties which span across a diverse range of ethnicities. As like last year, tickets were all sold out prior to the event.
This year, 15 establishments are being presented, with each showcasing their signature dishes. The event is taking place at The Coliseum, Resorts World Sentosa over the long weekend from 30 March to 1 April 2018 (Friday to Sunday), with two sessions of 6-8pm and 8.30-10.30pm. VIP ticket holders can even look forward to catered service at the VIP area as well as free flow beer!
List of participating establishments
Joel Robuchon Restaurant (3 Michelin Stars) – Mango Dessert, Chocolate Tart, Bread Basket
The Song Of India (1 Michelin Star) – Naan (Butter, Garlic, Sesame, Mushroom), Butter Chicken, Bombay Chat
Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle (1 Michelin Star) – Soya Chicken
A Noodle Story (Bib Gourmand) – Singapore-style Ramen, Golden Wontons
Bismillah Biryani (Bib Gourmand) – Muttom Dum Biryani, Chicken Dum Biryani, Kulfi
The Blue Ginger (Bib Gourmand) – Ayam Penggang, Durian Chendol
Man Man (Bib Gourmand) – Una Don, Umaki
New Ubin Seafood (Bib Gourmand) – U.S. Beef Heart Attack Fried Rice, Chilli Crab Sauce and Mantou
168 CMY Satay (MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017) – Chicken and Pork Satay with Pineapple Sauce
Char (MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017) – Premium Kurobuta Char Siew, Signature Char Siew, Charcoal Beancurd
Traditional Haig Road Putu Piring (MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017) – Putu Piring
Keng Eng Kee (MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017) – Salted Egg Yolk Fish Skin, Marmite Chicken
Maguro-Donya (MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017) – Mountain Toro Uni Meshi, Mountain Toro Meshi, Foie Gras & Toro Aburi Meshi
Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodles (MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017) – Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodle (Dry/Soup)
Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao (MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017) – Xiao Long Bao, Szechuan Spicy Wonton
The festival also features several beverage options from Tiger Beer to LiHo Tea as well as Evian, Badoit and Coconut Water for participants’ enjoyment.
For more information on the MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival, visit this website.