One of the most highly-anticipated events on every foodie’s calendar, Singapore Food Festival returns for its 28th edition.
The only festival in Singapore dedicated to local cuisine and F&B talent, continues to innovate, bringing foodies more than 50 gastronomic and drinking experiences on a hybrid platform. Singapore Food Festival (SFF) 2021 will run for three weekends, from 27 August to 12 September 2021 with the theme ‘Savour Singapore In Every Bite’.
This year’s festival lineup comprises four components: Live Masterclasses, Virtual Food Experiences, Partner Events & Workshops and SFF food merchandise.
The Live Masterclasses
The Live Masterclasses offer viewers the rare opportunity to learn from some of the best chefs, bartenders, and food personalities in Singapore’s culinary scene. You can join the nine free-to-view live masterclasses hosted on SFF 2021’s Facebook page. Else if you prefer intimate and interactive sessions with renowned chefs, you can also choose to join any nine of the pay-to-view live masterclasses.
Expect top names in the F&B scene in Singapore and around Asia. Names include Master Chef Singapore 2018 judge Bjorn Shen of Artichoke, chef JP Anglo of Sarsa from the Philippines, Chef Lim Hoe Gern of Laut and celebrity chef Thitid Tassanakajohn, the creative mastermind behind Thailand’s one-Michelin star Le Duwith and more.
Virtual Food Experiences
There will also be Virtual Food Experiences in interactive formats for local and international festival-goers. Take a deeper dive into the ins and outs of innovative businesses such as Kok Fah Farm through a docu-feature. Foodies can take a tour around the soil and hydroponics farm. Furthermore, catch the recipe videos like Kitchen Insider: Sustenir, which educate foodies on modern farming in Singapore. Suggesting ways to incorporate local produce into everyday dishes, supercharging it with nutrition.
Partner Events and Workshops
Look forward to a journey of rediscovery as you feast your eyes on delectable dishes in the virtual food tours of Little India and Tiong Bahru presented by popular food host, Nikki Muller.
If you prefer hands-on experience, SFF workshops are also available islandwide. Try your hand at making the traditional red turtle cake. Try it at Ang Ku Kueh Workshop by Ji Xiang Ang Ku Kueh, held at CapitaLand Bugis Town. Learn to repurpose food waste at the Summer Fruit Peel Popsicleand Jam Class. Or learn more about food upcycling when you join the Well Spent Workshop–both at Sunrice Academy.
For cocktail lovers, Museum of Ice Cream’s MOIC Cocktail and Ice Cream Pairing Workshop. Sips and Scoops will take you on a sweet journey to mix your own Hendrick’s Gin and ice cream cocktails.
Keen to check out the festival? Check here to check out the full list of activities.