Over at the Bayfront Event Space, there’ll be an in-person Festival Village where you can tick off food stops at over 25 food stalls serving inventive takes on familiar favourites. This will be held from Aug 31 to Sep 11, 2022.
Drool-worthy eats you can expect including Jelebu Dry Laksa’s signature dish topped with Boston lobster and tiger prawns. Plant-based food truck The Goodburger will also be teaming up with Blue Lotus Eating House on a plant-based Golden Chilli Crab Burger
And if you have yet to check out the newly-minted Michelin Bib Gourmand stall One Prawn & Co, it’s teaming up with heritage brand Hock Lian Huat to present a thick, silky prawn bisque with seafood as well as a ngoh hiang platter.
Or sit down to a special nine-course dinner created by top culinary masters (featured in SFF 2022’s virtual masterclasses) over at the Chef Arena, located within Festival Village. Priced from $128 on weekends (inclusive of entry fee), the dinner will come with a Martell Noblige cocktail created by No Sleep Club’s head bartender Juan Yi Jun.
Want to get hands-on? There’s a slew of workshops you can sign up for — learn the art of mixing spices from traditional spice stall Jeya Spices or learn how to whip up delish meals using a Thermomix from cookbook author Annie Xavier as well as home bakers.
There will also be a marketplace showcasing a curated selection of merchandise and an entertainment stage presented by Tiger Beer.
Tickets are priced at $15 per person (with a $10 credit) from Mon to Fri, and $20 per person (with a $12 credit) on Sat & Sun. Visit Singapore Food Festival’s website for tickets and more information.