5 reasons why you need to visit Singapore Food Festival 2023!

July 20, 2023

The annual Singapore Food Festival (SFF) is back from 19th – 30th July 2023, to be held at the Bayfront Event Space opposite Marina Bay Sands. This will be its 30th anniversary and to commemorate that milstone, this will be the largest festival yet at over 17,000 sqm and more than 100 brands.

Here’s what you need to look out for

SG Food Walk – This is a collective of Singapore’s favourite heritage, bespoke and contemporary food stalls and restaurants. Here’s where you can find festival-exclusives such as curry chicken fried popiah from Mr Popiah or Calamari nachos with belimbing remoulade (a collaboration between sustainability-focused restaurant Kausmo and local fish farm Ah Hua Kelong.

Food Cartel – If you feel like you need to do more than just eat and drink, this is where you should go. From pop-ups to bar concepts and masterclasses, this is where foodies can catch their favourite chefs and personalities in action. Eg You can create your own granola bag or bespoke bombolini at the Dearborn granola cafe and Sourbombe Artisanal Bakery collab.
Cafe Boulevard – Fine coffee and bakes from homegrown names such as Oatside, Le Matin Patisserie and Hapi Cafe
Sweets Alley – Find both traditional and modern sweet treats here such as Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh or Creamier with its festival exclusive flavours such as sesame tang yuan ice cream and waffle putu piring.


There will also be fringe events, tours and workshops such as a min jiang kueh making workshop with Halal-certified Munchi Pancakes at Lau Pa Sat.


What’s a food festival without a tipple or two, especially with the rising trend of microbreweries and distilleries in Singapore. Check out Papa Double, Archipelago Brewery and The 1925 Brewing Co at the Singapore Food Festival, as well as fringe event Brewnanza Fest by Brewlander which will showcase over 100 unique craft beers at the same spot from 3-6 August 2023.


SFF Festival Village is a cashless event – Payment modes are digital payment, credit card and NETS only.

So why attend the Singapore Food Festival?? Here’s 5 reasons….

  • The chance to check out more than 100 different F&B brands in one convenient location, next to the Bayfront MRT Station
  • Three new zones so you will be the first to experience this: Food Cartel, Sweets Alley and Café Boulevard
  • All your dining companions get to eat what they like, without being limited to a particular cuisine or restaurant.
  • Many SFF exclusive dishes or discounts that you won’t find at the original F&B outlets. For example
    • Elemen – Traditional Rojak $6
    • La Levain – Nasi Lemak Pizza $12.80/$19.80
    • One Prawn & Co – Hokkien Mee $12
    • Sourbombe Bakery – 6 Nostalgic Bombe flavours $6 each
    • Creamier – Waffle Putu Piring / Sesame Tang Yuan flavours $6
  • It’s the 30th anniversary! They must be doing something right to last this long. If you’ve never been before, you are missing out!

Click here for more information on the Singapore Food Festival 2023.

Buy your tickets here.

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