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Singapore Food Festival

Get your loose trousers ready. There’s a spate of local-loving gastronomic events at this year’s Singapore Food Festival, from classes on Peranakan cuisine to mod-Sin dinners

Bak kut teh at Shangri-La Singapore

Four dishes to try for Singapore Restaurant Month

First Culinary Restaurant
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First Culinary Restaurant

First Culinary's dish features a whole seabass (market price), deep fried and accompanied by threads of cordyceps flowers, shimeiji mushroom, and a sweet soya milk broth to complement the salty fish.

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Ang Mo Kio
The Flying Squirrel
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The Flying Squirrel

This bowl ($6) of onsen egg with ikura orbs at this Japanese hole-in-the-wall looks authentic, but the egg is laid in Singapore, at Chew's Agriculture farm, and the soya sauce's cooled into a jelly for that boost of texture.

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Telok Ayer
Yum Cha Chinatown
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Yum Cha Chinatown

Served in a cored-out pineapple, this dish ($20) looks like a fancy serving of sweet and sour pork, until you chow down on the chewy-sweet pieces of meat, which are really cuts of crocodile sourced from the Long Kuan Hung Crocodile Farm in Lim Chu Kang.

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Chinatown
Soup Spoon Union
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Soup Spoon Union

Adhering to its philosophy of clean eating, Soup Spoon Union's while-stocks-last clear broth ($13.80) looks super nourishing with shiitake caps, quinoa grains, pig skin and meaty slices of barramundi from Barramundi Asia, farmed off Singapore's southern shores.

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City Hall

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