News & Views 1 minute 06 April 2018

What Went Down At The MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival 2018

The sold-out event saw three days of fun and feasting featuring 15 Michelin-recommended establishments under one roof.

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The second edition of the MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival was held over the long weekend of 30 March to 1 April, and saw foodies from all walks of life gather at The Coliseum at Resorts World Sentosa to indulge in a plethora of dishes from 15 Michelin-recommended establishments.
Almost 4,000 guests attended the event over the three days as Singaporeans and overseas visitors alike took the rare opportunity to get a taste of a diverse array of good food from renowned local hawkers to Michelin-starred restaurants in one place. Attendees also got the chance to get up close and personal with many of the hardworking chefs and hawkers who were there to whip up the food themselves.

The line-up for this year's edition included the hugely popular Man Man Unagi with their signature una-don, local favourite New Ubin Seafood with their highly raved heart attack fried rice and one of Singapore's few Peranakan restaurants, The Blue Ginger restaurant with its popular durian chendol.

Besides local hawker favourites, guests also got to enjoy creations from Michelin-starred restaurants such as Joël Robuchon, which created two exquisite desserts and The Song of India with their delicious naans paired with butter chicken.

Watch the video below to see what went down at The MICHELIN Guide Street Food Festival 2018:

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