6 Exciting Food Trends For Singaporeans To Watch In 2017

A continued move towards sustainability, influx of Michelin-starred restaurants and more

2016 had arguably been an exciting year for foodies, especially with the inaugural launch of the Michelin Dining Guide.

Humble hawker stalls were propelled to fame while restaurants raised the bar with chef collaborations and pop-ups.

At the same time, a bunch of too-adorable-to-be-true character themed cafes found their place in the hearts of many.

Those with an incurable sweet tooth were thrilled with the likes of molten cakes, tarts and even savoury-sweet salted egg croissants.

What will 2017 bring?

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Photo: Pyxie Moss

1. Greens at the forefront

You don’t have to be vegan or vegetarian to appreciate the versatility of greens.

As proven by restaurants like Pyxie Moss and Open Door Policy, there is much to showcase in terms of flavours and textures — from fermented root vegetables to herb-based sauces.

Odette, famed for its exquisite degustation menus, offers a six-course vegetarian menu that can easily rival its regular one. One of its dishes uses beetroot in four ways no less!

Along with the focus on greens, is the continued move towards sustainability and farm-to-table dining concepts, which all help diners to understand the origins of their consumption habits.

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