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Singapore's annual food fests

The best and biggest food events in Singapore that all self-respecting food lovers should pen into their calendars

Singapore’s dynamic dining scene is well complemented with an exciting culinary calendar. Be it craft beers, street food or cuisine from Michelin-starred chefs you crave, you’ll be well sated at these festivals.

Over the past six years, Beerfest Asia has grown into a leading beer event within the region. Breweries from across the globe showcase commercial and craft beers, and artisanal ciders. In between various talks and workshops, festival goers can also enjoy live music from international bands, watch stan has grown into a leading beer event within the region. Breweries from across the globe showcase commercial and craft beers, and artisanal ciders. In between various talks ad-up comedy, and sample delicious culinary offerings.

Savour is a four-day food festival that brings together renowned international chefs, popular local restaurants and gourmet grocers to form a foodie village of pop-up restaurants, bars and cafes, gourmet marketplace and dining tents. Expect master classes, live demonstrations, fun workshops and interactive culinary events, and reasonably priced tasting portions of Michelin-starred dishes.

One of the pioneer food festivals in Singapore, the World Gourmet Summit has been delighting local gourmands for over 18 years. The annual gastronomic extravaganza features two weeks of exclusive wine dinners, culinary workshops with worldrenowned chefs and gourmet artisans, as well as hosted visiting Michelin-starred chefs from all over the world. 

The annual Singapore Food Festival is a celebration of our rich local culinary landscape. Showcasing hawker centres and restaurants that pay homage to native traditions and a growing pool of talent that explore creative ways to interpret familiar flavours, this month-long event shows why Singapore has an international reputation of a diverse food heaven. 

Too many restaurants in Singapore to try out? Like its international counterparts, the bi-annual Singapore Restaurant Week sees over 100 top dining establishments offering threecourse lunch and dinner menus starting from just $25 and $35 respectively; and is a great excuse to sample the food from as many restaurants as possible! 

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