Dining Out 1 minute 31 July 2018

5 Must-Try Dishes At RWS Street Eats 2018

Dig into iconic South-east Asian hawker delights at Resorts World Sentosa’s festival celebrating street food.

Southeast Asia Local Street Food

Come National Day, tuck into South-east Asia’s diverse and delicious array of local food in one venue at the second edition of Resorts World Sentosa’s RWS Street Eats. Held at the Malaysian Food Street and the Waterfront at RWS from 9 to 19 August, the event is a rare assembly of renowned hawkers and eateries from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore.
The event will kick off on 9 August at 9.30am with a breathtaking flying roti canai performance by Malaysian chefs Zainal Abidin and Mohd Fairus, followed by a cooking demonstration by local food blogger Leslie Tay.

Wander through the nostalgic interiors of Malaysian Food Street with its true-to-detail street stalls, facades of shophouses and retro furniture as you browse and nibble from the 29 stalls offering tantalising hawker fare, snacks and desserts. Here are five we think you should try:
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Flying Roti Canai
Watch as the Malaysian chef twists, twirls, flips and pulls the elastic dough in the air to stretch it out — a theatrical, yet vital step in ensuring that the resulting Roti Canai is crisp outside, soft inside and fragrant with every bite.
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Babi Sambal Matah
Located in Seminyak, Bali, the iconic Pork Star Bali is an eatery renowned for its mouth-watering fusion pork dishes accompanied by fresh and fiery Sambal Matah sauce. What makes the eatery so unique is its cooking philosophy of serving traditional Balinese cuisine with a fresh twist.
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Phad Thai
Baan Phadthai in Bang Rak, Bangkok, was awarded the Bib Gourmand distinction for its polished version of Thailand’s national dish. Its secret 18-ingredient recipe comes with a dazzling range of protein choices ranging from vegetarian-friendly ones to crab and seafood.
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Vietnamese Summer Rolls
Acclaimed Top Chef Vietnam 2014 finalist Chef Cam Thien Long certainly knows his way around good Vietnamese summer rolls. His version comes with fresh, crunchy vegetables specially selected for their fragrance, aromatic leaves and cool noodles, which are all wrapped in paper-thin rice paper. A refreshing delight for summer and a Vietnamese dish to remember.
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Ang Ku Kueh
Kueh Ho Jiak is a local family-run ang ku kueh-maker which produces modern versions of the traditional Chinese snack. Its offerings feature Instagram-friendly multi-coloured glutinous rice skins that are naturally-coloured by sweet potatoes and filled with sweet red bean, yam, mung bean, coconut or peanut. Watch this video to see how they are made.

RWS Street Eats
9-19 August, 11am-9pm (Mon-Thurs); 9am-10pm (Fri-Sun & PH)
Malaysian Food Street, Waterfront Level 1
Resorts World Sentosa

Malaysian Food Street will be closed for a private event on 18 August (3pm – 10pm). 

For more details and to purchase an Early Bird Special Package, click here.

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