Get ready to eat your way through Singapore's most famous hawker food, all gathered in one place. Catch the elusive Tiong Bahru Satay Man in action, named so because he hawks his satay on a cart he pushes around the estate on a too-flexible schedule. Other participants include Kim's fried hokkien prawn mee, made famous by its owner who cooks the noodles donning a Rolex watch, and Annie's peanut ice kachang and mango ice kachang. All dishes are $5 for portions that are slightly smaller than usual, so that you can pile on the popiah, mee goreng and mee siam without feeling too guilty.
Singapore Hawker Feast is organised as part of the Singapore Food Festival 2015.