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A Foodie Paradise at the Food Festival!

By Ninart LuiEvents - 05 July 2011 2:23 PM | Updated 11:28 AM

A Foodie Paradise at the Food Festival!

Singaporeans are well-known for their voracious love for the gastronomical, with eating ranking way up there as one of Singapore's favorite pastimes. Our passion for food has led to Singapore becoming recognised internationally as one of the world's greatest foodie paradises, with a melting pot of cuisines to sample from.

This year, the Singapore Food Festival (SFF, July 15-27) returns yet again to showcase the best of local cuisine, beloved by locals and foreigners alike!



 
CAN'T MISS

For the first time in 18 years, the Singapore Food Festival Village promises to be the country's larges F & B event down by the Singapore River. Don't miss this! With more than 60 stalls retailing a combination of local and international delights, you'll be sure to spend a few hours making your tummy very happy indeed.

Chili crab

There will also be live cooking demonstrations by renowned chefs at the Curry and Spice Street, so remember to make your way down! If browsing isn't your cup of tea, there's also over 100 F & B outlets by the River offering tantalising dining deals.

Laksa

If you've got adventurous tastebuds and dining with a twist sounds like fun, check out the Tiffin Cruise, where spicy dishes served in little tiffin carriers tickle your palette while you cruise down the Singapore River.

Tiffin cruise

Alternatively, take in a bird's eye view of Singapore while you learn to prepare professional-looking canapes with panache at the Singapore Flyer's Spice and Canapes in the Sky. Not culinarily inclined? No worries, you'll get to nibble on expertly-prepared canapes at the end of the lesson anyway!

Spice and Canapes @ Singapore Flyer

Other highlights of the SFF heavily feature Little India, with the Longest Table (July 23) being a sumptous buffet spread, free flow of drinks and the chance to meet President SR Nathan in the flesh! You can also embark on a fun and cultural heritage trail where you get to identify spices and partake in a cooking demonstration of tantalising Indian cuisine.

The Singapore Food Festival is on from July 15-24, at various locations. Please visit http://singaporefoodfestival.com.sg/ for more details.