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SINGAPORE FOOD FESTIVAL 2010
Posted By Shruti Sharma on 2010-07-02 11:02:52
Singapore is a potpourri of cultures where traditions, trends and various ethnic influences come together to create a distinctive cultural landscape. The island’s cultural diversity is best reflected in the unique fusion cuisine that it has to offer including Chinese, Malay, Indian, Peranakan food and many more.
From 16th to 25th July this year, Singapore will celebrate its highly-anticipated and well-regarded food event – Singapore Food Festival 2010 with a special focus on exquisite and mouth-watering delicacies of various Chinese dialect groups including the Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese, Hakka and Hainanese communities. Embark on a scrumptious journey and discover the culinary cultures behind different Singapore Chinese dialects this year. From bold aromas to subtle flavours, these iconic dishes are set to stimulate your senses for an unforgettable experience!
Kick starting the 10-day Singapore Food Festival 2010 will be Clarke Quay Food Street festival, where the entire length of the bridge will be transformed into a food haven offering sumptuous Chinese delicacies from more than 30 famous restaurants and hawkers all under one roof. Savour mouth-watering bites served in a tingkat (tiffin carrier) from different Chinese dialects on the relaxing Singapore Chinese Dialect Tingkat Cruise along the Singapore River.
Take a walk down memory lane and sample nostalgic street snacks that our forefathers enjoyed such as Malt Candy, Red Bean Cake, Ting Ting Candy and Mua Chee at the Singapore Chinese Dialect Street Snacks event. Catch street entertainment like wayang performance at Clifford Square, string puppets at Merlion Park, hand puppets at Central’s River Promenade and a classic movie screening at Clarke Quay Jetty.
Enjoy a gastronomic adventure of five buffet spreads featuring the best of Chinese dialects food at the Singapore Chinese Dialect Heritage Feast. Shop for fashionable knick-knacks at the Singapore River Market along the river.
Discover interesting cooking tips, from choosing the right ingredients to preparing a delectable Chinese Dialect dish. Choose from a wide variety of cooking classes ranging from hands-on classes to engaging cooking demonstrations!
For the first time Singapore Food Festival goes digital with an exciting online cooking game, ‘Grandma’s Kitchen’, where you can choose and whip up your own Chinese dialect dishes such as Bak Kut Teh (pork ribs soup) or Hokkien Mee (fried noodles).
Singapore Food Festival seeks to bring Singapore’s much-loved local cuisine to the world stage, by highlighting the unique local food and showcasing the diverse food culture and heritage. For the entire month of July, visitors can look forward to an exotic and sumptuous fare to leave an unforgettable gastronomic experience island wide!
Last Updated on 2010-07-02 11:02:52