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Jul 17, 2010

Singapore Food Festival 2010

Embark on a mouth-watering journey and discover the culinary cultures behind different Singapore Chinese dialects this year at the Singapore Food Festival 2010. From bold aromas to subtle flavours, these iconic Singapore Chinese dialect dishes are set to stimulate your senses for an unforgettable experience!
From 16 July to 25 July many events in different locations will be happening.

To see the details check out this website: Singapore Food Festival 2010

Chinatown is also a great spot to catch the festival. Enter the world of Cantonese Cuisine, as you explore and rediscover the many reasons why Singaporeans love Cantonese Food so deeply! Be sure to pamper yourself with a fascinating mix of exclusive Cantonese tastes from highly renowned restaurants:

Fatty Weng Da Dong Restaurant (Numerous Gourmet Awards Internationally)Moi Lum Restaurant (Over 80 years of History in Cantonese Cuisine)Ho Kee (Voted top 10 Best Porridge & Top 5 Best Char Siew Bao in Singapore) And many more! Indulge in your favorite dishes from the Cantonese Cuisine including:Roast Meat Series (Roast Duck, Roast Char Siew, Roast Pork)Cantonese CongeeCantonese Dim Sum (siew mai, har gow, char siew bao)Cantonese Desserts (Sesame Paste, Red Bean Paste)
24 & 25 Jul 2010 (Sat & Sun)
Time: 11.00am to 9.00pm
Venue: Kreta Ayer Square
Fee: Free Entry

B. Family’s Cantonese Recipe Cooking Competition 家传秘方烹饪比赛
Chinatown invites all food-loving families to take part in this year’s inaugural Cantonese Recipe Cooking Competition. Whip up any Cantonese dish (of your choice) in the given 45mins to impress our chef judges! The winning family can win up to the 1st prize of $1000 worth of Cash and Hampers! Attractive prizes as below: First prize = $300 cash and $700 hamper, total $10002nd prize = $200 cash and $500 hamper, total $7003rd prize =$100 cash and $400 hamper, total $500 Experience and enjoy the fun-filled, adrenaline pumping cooking competition and be crowned the King of Family Recipe Cooking Competition in this year’s Singapore Food Festival 2010.
Date: 24 Jul 2010, Sat
Time: 12.00pm to 2.30pm
Venue: Kreta Ayer Square
Registration Fee $10

C. Singapore’s LONGEST ‘Chee Cheong Fun’ Record 新加坡最长猪肠粉纪录
150 Chefs from Society of Chinese Cuisine Chefs (Singapore) will gather at Chinatown to challenge this amazing feat for charity! The targeted 80m long Chee Cheong Fun will write history as it gets recorded in the Singapore Book of Records! The completed Chee Cheong Fun will be pan-fried immediately on site to be sold at a nominal price to the public in efforts to raise funds for charity.
Date: 25 Jul 2010, Sun
Time: 3.00pm
Venue: Kreta Ayer Square
Fee: Free Entry

And don't forget to visit Erich's Wuerstelstand to clear your pallet between all the Chinese Food.