MICHELIN guide street food festival returns to Singapore for three days

Tickets for the 2017 instalment, which was the inaugural edition, sold out within a few days. (Photo: MICHELIN guide)

The MICHELIN Guide will be hosting its second street food festival in Singapore at The Coliseum at Resorts World Sentosa for three days, from 30 March to 1 April.

The event will take place for a slightly longer period compared to its two-day event back in 2017, which saw tickets sold out within a few days of its sale.

In collaboration with the Robert Parker Wine Advocate, the organisation behind the world-renowned culinary guidebook will feature a curated line-up of 15 food establishments who will be whipping up their signature dishes for attendees.

With two sessions running per day, from 6pm to 8pm and 8.30pm to 10.30pm, attendees can feast on a wide array of foods such as una-don by Man Man Japanese Unagi Restaurant, “heart attack” fried rice from New Ubin Seafood or steamed rice cakes from Haig Road Putu Piring.

Michelin-starred restaurants such as Joël Robuchon and Song of India will also be contributing to the event. The former will be doling out freshly-baked breads and desserts while the latter will be presenting a selection of naan flatbreads, to be paired with butter chicken.

Admission costs $30 and comes with a coupon consisting of $30-worth of credits that be can be used to purchase foods from the different stalls. Top-ups are available at the event.

Tickets can be purchased on the MICHELIN guide website from 1 February.

Here’s a full list of participating establishments:

  1. Joël Robuchon Restaurant (3 Michelin stars)
  2. The Song of India (1 Michelin star) 
  3. Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle (1 Michelin star)
  4. A Noodle Story (Bib Gourmand)
  5. Bismillah Biryani (Bib Gourmand)
  6. Blue Ginger (Bib Gourmand)
  7. Man Man Unagi (Bib Gourmand)
  8. New Ubin Seafood (Bib Gourmand)
  9. 168 CMY Satay (Listed in MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017)
  10. Char (Listed in MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017)
  11. Haig Road Putu Piring (Listed in MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017)
  12. Keng Eng Kee Seafood (Listed in MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017)
  13. Maguro-Donya (Listed in MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017)
  14. Wah Kee Big Prawn Noodles (Listed in MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017)
  15. Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao (Listed in MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017)


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