Calling all foodies! Resorts World Sentosa is bringing again the favored RWS Street Eats event for the second 12 months this August.
Twenty fortunate ST Food readers will have an opportunity to win eating vouchers for the 11-day avenue meals event, which runs from August 9 to 19.
Entry to the event is free, with dishes priced at a median of $6 and as little as $2. To win one among 20 units of eating vouchers price $64, merely e mail us your title and particulars at str.sg/streeteats. The contest will probably be open from tomorrow (July 16) and can shut on July 30 at 11.59pm.
Renowned hawkers and eateries from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore, will collect on the Malaysian Food Street and the Waterfront at RWS to create South-east Asian favourites akin to ayam penyet belado, pad thai and pho, in addition to a wide range of snacks and desserts.
A complete of 29 stalls will probably be collaborating, together with 11 that helmed by celebrated cooks from across the area.
Watch out for cooks Zainal Abidin and Mohd Fairus from Malaysia, who will kick off the event on National Day with a flying roti canai efficiency.
Chef Cam Thien Long, aka chef Steven Long who was a finalist on the cooking present Top Chef Vietnam in 2014, will probably be serving up bowls of beef pho noodles and Vietnamese summer time rolls.
Other stalls to look out for embody Bali’s Pork Star and their fusion Balinese model pork dishes, together with their spicy signature babi sambal matah; Bangkok’s Baan Phad Thai, whose model of the long-lasting Thai nationwide dish is made with 18 secret elements; and Hanoi’s Banh My P, whose fluffy banh mi sandwiches have drawn lengthy queues to their humble store.
Familiar favourites from Malaysian Food Street will nonetheless be out there, akin to Huen Kee Claypot Chicken Rice, Jalan Alor Star KL Hokkien Mee, Fung Wong Confectionery, Penang Lim Brothers’ Char Koay Teow and Sempalit Curry Chicken.
Be certain to avoid wasting area for dessert too, as a pop-up Tidbits Lane will probably be providing candy treats like ang ku kueh, Indonesian pancakes and melon bowls with tender serve ice cream alongside the adjoining Waterfront promenade.
Food blogger Leslie Tay, who runs the web site ieatishootipost.sg, will even be creating an all-new Singapore-inspired dish to mark National Day. Members of the general public will be capable to style and vote on this new dish. RWS Invites members might also be invited to be tasters on the event.
RWS Street Eats will probably be open from 11am to 9pm from Mondays to Thursdays, and 9am to 10pm on Fridays, weekends and public holidays.