With regard major culinary events, the Singapore Food Festival is not just one of the city’s biggest events but also a major landmark in the calendar for the rest of Asia and the entire world! The Singapore Food Festival 2021 is in its 28th year and promises to be doubly exciting this year.
This festival has succeeded in fusing local cultural tenets of Singapore with its local delicacies, garnished by novel culinary experiences and the most skilled Chefs from the world over! True connoisseurs are guaranteed to find something that truly tantalizes their taste buds here!
It is not just about sampling heavenly dishes only; there are numerous activities and experiences in store for visitors and participants. From food demonstrations, workshops and insightful sessions to photography and artwork, there is a lot that goes into the making of the Singapore Food Festival.
Singapore Food Festival 2021 Dates
The estimated dates for the Singapore Food Festival are between the 16th of July, 2021 (Friday) to the 23rd of July, 2021 (Friday).
Here’s what can be Expected in Most Popular and Largest Free Events in Singapore
While the official calendar of activities has not been released yet, here are some key attractions that may be expected, based upon estimates.
STREAT is a key event within the festival and this enables visitors to sample some of the city’s most iconic dishes along with experiencing gleeful culinary twists on contemporary picks. Entry is mostly free to STREAT and you will only have to pay for the food that you’re buying.
50 Cents Fest
The 50 Cents Fest at Chinatown Food Street and ‘One Farrer’s Food Street’ are also popular events with a touch of nostalgia. They go back to the history of food in Singapore and its timeless attractions.
There are numerous leading global chefs visiting this event for demonstrating their special skills while you will be spoilt for choice at Open Stoves by Timbre+ and Tippling Club. You can also pick up several handy tips and tricks from your cooking lessons.
Several locations encompassed within the festival usually include Clifford Square, Chinatown Food Street, Timbre+ and ION Orchard. Collect iconic and time-tested Singaporean recipes, witness fascinating cook-offs and collaborations between local mod-Sin cuisine experts and Michelin-starred chefs along tasting delicious food by local hawkers and unearthing the stories behind them. Food photography sessions will make for the icing on the cake for sure.
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