Thursday 8 July 2010

Event Highlands For Singapore Food Festival 2010

A 10 days Singapore Food Festival (SFF) 2010 kick off from 16 - 25 July 2010 at the Clarke Quay Food Street - 美食街 at Read Bridge, will bring the entire length of the bridge to be transformed into a food haven offering sumptuous Chinese delicacies from more than 30 food stalls from various famous restaurants.

The Singapore Food Festival 2010 core events includes:-

1. Singapore Chinese Dialect Tingkat Cruise where the public is able to learn about the various Singapore Dialect food culture and their heritage while relaxing on bum boat ride along Singapore River. Every participant will also gets a tingkat (tiffin carrier) with some Singapore Chinese dialect food to partake during the 45 minutes ride. Booking and Detail HERE.

2. Singapore Chinese Dialect Street Snacks where you can take a walk down memory lane on the re-create old Singapore Rive bustling with activity.

3. Singapore Chinese Dialect Heritage Feast where you can prepare your taste buds for a gastronomic adventure as there are five buffet lines full of sumptuous delights from five different Singapore Chinese Dialect groups.

4. Makansutra SFF Culinary Master Classes give you an insight into the culinary culture and at the same time discover interesting cooking tips from choosing the right ingredients to whip up a delectable Singapore Dialect dish. Booking and Details HERE.

5. Singapore River Market is in conjunction to the SFF with savvy shoppers and a large contingent of food enthusiasts to jazz up the event. Kids may treat themselves to exciting weekend of face painting, balloon sculpturing and street jugglers.

Other than all the fabulous events and great feast mentioned above. For the very first time, Singapore Food Festival (SFF) goes digital with a fun Cooking Game known as "Grandma's Kitchen - 奶奶的家常菜", to educate food lovers to choose and whip up their own Chinese dialect dishes, such as "Bak Kut Teh or Hokkien Mee.

Through the process, they will learn the use of different ingredients and at the end of the game, player will receive the full recipe of the chosen dish.

Upon completion of the entire game, the player will unlock a secret "diary of recipes" where they can obtain the full recipes to cook the dishes for real. You can either play this exciting game on the official website HERE, or download it as an iPhone Application and play during your leisure of travailing time.

~ Before you can proceed with the game, you might need to install the "Unity Web Player" for the game site.
~ You also stand a chance to participate in the SFF Lucky Draw to win fantastic prizes when you completed all the dishes in the game.

This is an unique recipe post card book with collectible stamps when you spend a minimum of S$50.00 for Standard Chartered Card members and S$80.00 when you pay with other modes.

This recipe post card books consists of 12 different recipes from the 5 Chinese Dialect groups featuring some of the mouth watering dishes such as:- Teochew Fried Carrot Cake, Fried Hokkien Noodles, Hainanese Fried Sesame Ball and etc.

You will be able to find 3 Singapore Stamps featuring some local cuisines at the last page of the recipe book. To redeem this recipe book, you can go to Singapore Visitor Center @ Orchard Road, Singapore Visitor Centre @ Arrival halls of Terminal 1, 2 & 3 and SFF Food Street @ Clarke Quay. Posted by Picasa

There are still many interesting events such as:- Singapore's Largest Kueh Lapis, Cooking Class at Singapore Zoo, SFF Events @ Hawker Centres and etc. For more information of these fabulous events of this year Singapore Food Festival 2010, do visit their official website at: to find out more.

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