Hot! Singapore’s first-ever MICHELIN guide Street Food Festival debuts this April

MICHELIN guide Singapore and Robert Parker Wine Advocate are jointly presenting the inaugural MICHELIN guide Street Food Festival at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) this April with a celebration of culinary specialities showcasing the exciting and diverse flavours of multi-ethnic Singapore. This is the first time guests can savour delicious offerings from different Michelin-starred eateries under one roof, without needing to travel to different corners of Singapore.

Taking place on April 14 and 15 (Friday and Saturday) at the ambient and breezy Coliseum at RWS, the MICHELIN guide Street Food Festival will feature one-, two- and three-Michelin star, as well as Bib Gourmand establishments with their star dishes that include many delightful local street food favourites and a selection of international street food cuisine. RWS is the title partner of this one-of-a-kind food festival.

MICHELIN street food festival

Headlining this inaugural MICHELIN guide Street Food Festival is a star-studded line-up of eateries from the very first selection of the MICHELIN guide Singapore 2016. These include the world’s first-ever hawker stall to be starred in a MICHELIN guide, Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle; Bib Gourmand awardee Wedang, famous for its traditional Malay favourites like Gado-Gado, Tauhu Goreng and Satay; as well as Michelin star award holders like one-star Indian restaurant Song of India; two-star Japanese restaurant Shoukouwa; and three-star Joël Robuchon Restaurant. The participating establishments will showcase their most renowned signatures as well as their modern take on some of Singapore’s mouth-watering local street food favourites at value-for-money prices, starting from S$2.50.

Chef Azman Kamis of Wedang, Chef Chan Hon Meng of Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle stall, Chef Manjunath Mural of Song of India

Food is the fabric of Singapore’s culture, becoming a part of the country’s national identity and well-loved around the world for its rich multi-ethnic influences. The MICHELIN guide Street Food Festival aims to celebrate Singapore’s multi-ethnic diversity and how food brings everyone together. The setting would be dressed to a retro theme to reflect the street food culture of Singapore from the 1960s and 1970s.

The MICHELIN guide Street Food Festival has something for everyone – ‘live’ music from local band and a lucky draw for each session. Eight lucky winners stand to walk away with a bottle of Champagne worth $138! not to mention the best part is there is no need to scour the whole city for the best MICHELIN guide picks – it is all at one place at RWS.

Tickets are now available for purchase online at Limited seats available for each session, please purchase tickets online in advance to avoid disappointment.

For more information on the MICHELIN guide Street Food Festival and the participating establishments, please visit

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