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Singapore Food Festival 2022 set to cook up a storm with a Festival Village and over 70 experiences

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Fri, 08/12/2022 - 02:50
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The 29th edition features diverse culinary experiences from chef collaborations and sustainable creations to spice-blending workshop and urban farm tours.

Singapore – Get your tastebuds ready! The annual Singapore Food Festival (SFF) returns for its 29th edition from 24 August to 11 September 2022, with a feast of over 70 gastronomic experiences based on the pillars of heritage, contemporary and innovation. For the first time since the pandemic, SFF 2022 offers a sumptuous spread of in-person experiences, including a Festival Village with over 25 food establishments and a special 9-course dinner, as well as an array of workshops, tours, and exclusive menus at partner restaurants.

Foodies residing outside Singapore can also enjoy a taste of authentic local fare through SFF activations in select countries and virtual masterclasses, or go behind-the-scenes to learn more about the lives of local chefs and brands through SFF-exclusive video content on the festival site.

Ms Teyi Guo, Director, Retail & Dining, Singapore Tourism Board, said: “The Singapore Food Festival has always been a celebration of our multi-cultural local cuisine, and a global platform for our chefs, bartenders and food personalities. As international travel resumes, we are excited to bring SFF back to its usual format, with engaging in-person programming so visitors can fully experience the international palate of our city. We encourage everyone to come and experience Singapore cuisine in a new way through our exciting line-up of both in-person and virtual experiences.”

 

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