SFF 2015 - A Fresh Taste of Tradition

If there is one thing that Singaporeans are truly passionate about, it is food, especially the delectable range of local delights. And for the past 21 years, the Singapore Food Festival has been an annual celebration of Singaporeans’ love of our local food culture. This year, the festival marks Singapore’s Golden Jubilee with a special edition, themed A Fresh Taste of Tradition. Expect modern spins on Singaporean classics while traditional favourites are elevated to greater heights.

Curated by celebrity chef Justin Quek (of Sky on 57 fame), STREAT brings together the best of Singapore’s hawkers and chefs serving up unique takes of Singapore’s street food.

Taste more fusion dishes at Chinatown Food Street’s Mod-Local Fest, where top chefs push the envelope and marry the best of local and foreign flavours. Feast on over 50 local favourites at Carousel’s (Royal Plaza on Scotts) high tea buffet, or head to The Line (Shangri-la Hotel, Singapore) for an innovative twist on local delights.

If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind dining experience, STORIES is a pop-up theatrical dinner series that weaves storytelling into a 5-course Singaporean menu.

Staying true to traditional favourites? You’re in for a treat at Singapore Hawker Feast. Or you could learn to prepare your favourites with the doyenne of local cuisine, Violet Oon, at the Living Culinary Treasures workshops. Explore Malay cuisine at AKAR Heritage Social Kitchen, savour a range of regional Indian dishes at Suvai 2015, or bite into delicious kuehs on Kueh Appreciation Day.

Finally, don’t miss out on a revival of the historical Ellenborough Market and indulge in nostalgic flavours of a bygone era.