Are you looking forward to this year SFF? It will be held at Bayfront Avenue(Marina Bay)-next to Bayfront MRT station from this Friday 12-21 July 2013.
Over there, You get a chance to taste all 20 local dishes at 1 location. The difference between this year dishes from last year is that you get to discover local dishes from some hidden treasures (votes from sg.openrice.com/SFF).
This Hokkien style Ngoh Hiong is from one of the top-voted vendors- China Street Fritters, Maxwell Food Centre Stall 64.
It is quite hard to find traditional hokkien style Ngoh Hiong nowadays. I ordered 3 items with beehoon, costed $2.90.
The owner preserved their family recipe dated back over 60 years ago and till now they still hand made all items.
Open Tues to Sunday, 12pm-8pm.
This top voted Rojak is from Apa Kitchen at Great World City Food Court. The difference between this Rojak and the rest is that many "uncommon" fruits are used: green papaya, green mango, guava, rose apple, on top of pineapple, cucumber, Chinese turnip etc. The rojak sauce that they used is also slightly different. And this Rojak is actually Johor style.
Rojak at $4/5/6.
You can buy their signature sauce at $6/jar.
If you like Briyani, maybe you will know top voted Sakunthala's Food Palace. This restaurant is at 66 Race Course Road. The Briyani set consist of rice, side dishes and choice of meat curry. I like fish curry and chicken curry. A plate like this costed $9.50.
If prata is what you are looking for, you may want to try top voted Thondamans Indian Muslim food. Address: 15 Norris Road. Besides normal prata, They also served tissue prata, chocolate prata, banana prata and strawberry prata.
We like their tissue prata and chocolate prata. Price range from $1-$2.50.
Besides all these local dishes, you can also find House of Seafood Chilli Crab, The Beef House Beef Soup, Muthu's Curry Curry Fish Head, QQ Soya Bean Tau Huay etc.
SFF village (12-21 July 2013) will be open from 11am-11pm. Admission is free.
Payment mode: just use your FlashPay Card.