Singapore Food Festival 2023, stop by for indulgence unlimited!

Singapore Food Festival (SFF), is back! A drumroll for all the food lovers, whose taste buds are longing to enjoy sumptuous dishes by the culinary talents of Singapore, and much more.

Singapore food festival

The 30th edition of the SFF will run from 19 to 30 July 2023 and will host an array of culinary activities. The Bayfront Event Space will be transformed into a haven for foodies with the largest-ever Festival Village, hosting hybrid masterclasses, food tours, culinary workshops and festival exclusives.

The highlight of this year’s SFF is captured in three new zones – Food Cartel, Sweets Alley and Café Boulevard. The SG Food Walk is the fourth zone.

Let’s see the highlights of zones at SFF 2023:

Food Cartel

From pop-ups to bar concepts and masterclasses, foodies can catch renowned chefs like Paul Longworth of Rhubarb Le Restaurant, Ivan Yeo of Blue Smoke and Eric Neo of the Singapore Chef’s Association, at this zone. Also, prepare to get hands-on as granola café Dearborn and Sourbombe Artisanal Bakery join forces to offer food enthusiasts the chance to curate their own customised indulgence – a personalised granola bag or bespoke bombolini, put together from a selection of the brands’ best-selling items.

Sweets Alley

at this zone, satisfy your sugar cravings with a mix of Chinese desserts from traditional dessert shop Yat Ka Yan; Nonya-style handmade ang ku kueh from Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh; and artisanal ice cream company, Creamier, selling exclusive flavours like sesame tang yuan (glutinous rice balls) and waffled putu piring (palm sugar-filled rice flour cake).

Cafe Boulevard

Feel the thriving café culture and the passion of local coffee artisans at Café Boulevard, which features fine coffee and bakes from homegrown names such as Oatside, Le Matin Patisserie, and Hapi Café in collaboration with Pourabucha kombucha.

SG Food Walk

Echoing Singapore’s diversity of flavours, this zone will feature exclusives like curry chicken fried popiah (thin crepe-like roll) from Mr. Popiah and calamari nachos with a remoulade made from belimbing (a fruit native to Malaysia and Indonesia) – a collaboration between sustainability-focused restaurant Kausmo and local fish farm Ah Hua Kelong. Other festival-only options include papachos (North Indian crackers), veggie bajji (fritter) and prawn mee (yellow noodles) roll by The Black Hole Group; and bakmi hae bee hiam (wheat noodles with dried shrimp chilli paste) from Kulon.

Singapore food festival

Another not to miss attraction is a recreated SG Mama Shop, that will host the world’s first sustainable soy wine Sachi and Made with Passion brands – Hook Coffee and Mekhala products in an iconic mama shop’s setting. Connoisseurs can enjoy sampling beverages and snacks and purchasing exclusive merchandise at the SG Mama Shop.

What’s more? There are fringe events, tours and workshops for hands-on gourmands. They can pick workshops like Indie Singapore Tours’ Market, Mingle and Mixology tour, which brings participants to Tiong Bahru market for fresh herbs for their own concoctions. Or, join pastry chef Yeo Min of Pastories in Joo Chiat for a heritage shophouse cake workshop, make traditional min jiang kueh (peanut pancake) with Halal-certified Munchi Pancakes at Lau Pa Sat. 

The beverage section at the festival is all set to be in the limelight by mirroring the upcoming culture of microbreweries and distilleries in Singapore. Thirst-quenching brands like Papa Doble, Archipelago Brewery and The 1925 Brewing Co will dot the Festival Village.

SFF 2023 is going to be a true reflection of Singapore’s rich food culture and the innovations that are shaping the future of dining.

So, are you all set to visit this mega event that will house more than 100 brands, each unique in its own way? Get your entry passes now, starting from S$8. Check out for the full list of experiences and ticketing information.

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