MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival: The Epitome of all Food Festivals

The MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival is back this year with your favourite MICHELIN Picks. Try your hand at these delicious treats and take your tastebuds on a trip like none other.


By Marian Govin

Back for it’s second year, the MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival will feature a specially-curated line-up of 15 establishments recognised in the MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2017. Bringing together only the bests of Singapore’s famous food scene, this is the place to be at for all you foodies and here we breakdown for you a little of what you can expect.

Credits: MICHELIN Guide Singapore

1. Char

Every Singaporean loves a good plate for Char Siew rice with roast pork, and Char is the place to go to to get your roasted meats fix. Coated in a perfect sweet and sticky sauce, the Char Siew from Char is absolute perfection. Receiving rave reviews from people all over the world, you know that this stall will definitely live up to reputation.

Credits: MICHELIN Guide Singapore

2. Man Man Unagi

A nice bowl of Japanese food doesn’t hurt anyone, especially not a bowl of freshly grilled unagi atop a bed of sticky Japanese rice. Man Man Unagi is Singapore’s first Unagi specialty restaurant with their freshwater eel coming straight from the Mikawa Isshiki region. Taste the silky and sweet flavour of these freshwater eels which is best complemented with either a scoop of rice or freshly grated wasabi.

Credits: MICHELIN Guide Singapore

3. Blue Ginger

A journey of the Peranakan culture, Blue Ginger is the place to get the best Nonya treats. A harmonious blend of spicy, savoury and aromatic, these dishes will not only ignite your tastebuds but will give your nose something to live for as well. Dive into their fragrant dishes and celebrate the greatness of this unique culture with each bite.

Credits: MICHELIN Guide Singapore

4. Keng Eng Kee

We Singaporeans are big fans of seafoods and have always been loyal supporters of our seafood giants. Keng Eng Kee is one of the top few seafood joints we have i our sunny little island and will definitely out your seafood cravings too rest. Be it crabs or prawns, meats or noodles, Keng Eng Kee will definitely not disappoint you.

Credits: MICHELIN Guide Singapore

5. A Noodle Story

The culmination of Japanese inspired Singaporean dishes, A Noodle Story dishes out local flavoured ramen to it’s loyal fans in Amoy Street. Since being awarded the MICHELIN Bib gourmand, the grind has never slowed down as the stall constantly produces highly quality dishes each day. Try them out for yourself at the food festival and be blown away!

Credits: MICHELIN Guide Singapore

The MICHELIN Guide Street Food festival will be held from the 30th March till 1st April at The Coliseum in Resorts World Sentosa. Regular tickets go at $30, which are inclusive of $30 credits and VIP tickets are going for $200. To find out more, visit: https://guide.michelin.sg/en/michelinstreetfoodfest2018

Join 50,000+ KopiFolks Fans on Facebook