SINGAPORE, 12 AUGUST 2022 – Get your tastebuds ready! The annual Singapore Food Festival (SFF) returns for its 29th edition from 24 August to 11 September 2022, with a feast of over 70 gastronomic experiences based on the pillars of heritage, contemporary and innovation.
This year’s line-up, with the theme ‘Real Foodies Only’, comprises several components: the Festival Village, limited-time menus at partner restaurants, tours and workshops, virtual offerings, as well as overseas activations.
SFF Festival Village
For the first time since the pandemic, SFF 2022 offers a sumptuous spread of in-person experiences including the Festival Village held at the Bayfront Event Space from 31 August to 11 September 2022.
The Festival Village will bring together over 25 culinary and beverage brands and a special 9-course dinner, as well as an array of workshops, tours, and exclusive menus at partner restaurants.
Chateau Wine Coolers @ SFF Festival Village
Stop & smell the Rosé at the Marketplace within the Festival Village. Featuring a curated selection of merchandise and an entertainment stage, explore a selection of fine wines and food that pair perfectly. Enjoy a glass of wine chilled to perfection in Chateau wine coolers. Full range of Chateau Wine Cooler will be on display with promotion exclusively available at the Festival Village.
SFF Festival Village Highlights
Over 25 food establishments will serve familiar favorites with an innovative twist, such as Jelebu Dry Laksa’s signature dish topped with Boston lobster and tiger prawns. Singapore’s hottest food truck The Goodburger is set to sizzle with Blue Lotus Eating House on a SFF-exclusive plant-based Golden Chilli Crab Burger, while the newly-minted Michelin Bib Gourmand stall One Prawn & Co will collaborate with heritage brand Hock Lian Huat to presenta thick, silky prawn bisque with shrimps, mussels and clams (above), alongside a ngoh hiang (five-spiced meat rolls) platter.
The Chef Arena situated within the grounds of the Festival Village will present a special 9-course dinner created by top culinary masters featured in SFF 2022’s virtual masterclasses, complete with a Martell Noblige cocktail created by Juan Yi Jun, the head bartender of No Sleep Club.
Festival goers can attend fringe events including the Singapore Vegan Festival and Feed 9 Billion Singapore Restaurant Week, both of which feature sustainable, healthy food options and creative innovations. SFF has curated three highly immersive workshops including one where coffee aficionados can make and taste cold brew coffee using locally roasted coffee beans. One-Michelin star restaurant Burnt Ends will also be throwing a party, gathering restaurants within the enclave to serve good food and groovy tunes.
Attending SFF 2022
Festival-goers can check out www.singaporefoodfestival.sg for the full list of experiences and ticketing information.