Resorts World Sentosa’s (RWS) popular food event RWS Street Eats, which attracted more than 100,000 people last year, will return from 3 to 12 May 2019* with brand new eats scoured from the streets around the region.
Held at the Malaysian Food Street at RWS, the 10-day event this year will bring hidden gems – hawker stalls known only to the savviest of locals – from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam and Taiwan to Singapore.
It will be a street food extravaganza featuring authentic lip-smacking regional delicacies, as well as
snacks and desserts from some of Singapore’s best spots – all in one place!
This year’s RWS Street Eats will boast 24 stalls, offering a wide variety of delicious food. In addition to the ever popular stalls at Malaysian Food Street, 14 new stalls will be specially brought in for the pop-up event.
Overseas stalls to look forward to during this limited period include:
*Projek Nasi Lemak from Penang, famous for its signature Lobster Nasi Lemak, Assam Fish Nasi
Lemak and Eggplant Nasi Lemak, crafted by third generation hawkers
*Waroeng Kita, one of Jakarta’s most popular restaurants, known for its delicious East Javanese
style Ayam Penyet Belado (smashed fried chicken with spicy sambal)
* Zong Khamoo from Bangkok, a 40-year-old institution whose beloved Pork Trotter Rice continues
to draw long queues every day
*Mama Tom Yum Noodle from the Rayong Province in Thailand, whose sour, spicy Tom Yum
Goong noodle soup makes it the local haunt
*San Wei Qiao, a local favourite in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, will be bringing its traditional Bamboo Sticky Rice – glutinous rice drenched in a thick, delicious sauce, topped with succulent meat
*Mee Lang from Taichung, Taiwan will present its signature Dan Zai Noodles, a tasty minced pork and shrimp noodle where the flavourful soup is simmered for hours.
Top Chef Vietnam 2014 finalist – Chef Cam Thien Long, also known as Chef Steven Long, will be returning to RWS Street Eats in May to whip up his signature Beef Noodle Pho. With its springy noodles,
comforting, savoury broth and tender slices of beef, his Pho was among the most well-received dishes in
the past two editions of RWS Street Eats.
Snacks and Desserts from Singapore’s Popular Spots
In addition to the wide range of hearty savoury eats, the smorgasbord of attractive snacks and desserts
at RWS Street Eats will also tantalise your taste buds. Do not miss Nonya Ang Ku Kueh and traditional
nine-layered steamed rainbow-coloured Kueh Lapis from Molly’s Kueh, handmade floral jelly cakes from
Wishing Upon a Cake, freshly made churros with gourmet sauces by Churros Republic, as well as Mango
Sticky Rice Soft Serve by The Wicked Cream Co which is exclusive to RWS Street Eats.
Malaysia’s Finest Hawker Fare
Opened in 2012, Malaysian Food Street is a successful brand name established by RWS, featuring many
authentic and original stalls direct from Malaysia that have stood the test of time.
Perennial favourites such as Huen Kee Claypot Chicken Rice, Jalan Alor Star KL Hokkien Mee, Fung Wong Confectionery famous for its egg tarts and baked siew baos, and Penang Lim Brothers’ Char Koay Teow can also be enjoyed at RWS Street Eats.
RWS’ direct partnerships with the stall owners ensure that the authenticity, quality and flavours of each dish stay true to the original stalls in Malaysia.
Go online to snag the Early Bird Deal, valid till 2 May 2019
Entry to RWS Street Eats is free. From 25 March to 2 May 2019, an Early Bird Special offer of $15 for
four tasting dishes can be purchased online at www.rwsentosa.com/streeteats or at all Ticketing Booths
The offer includes complimentary goodies from Tupperware or Win Win snacks (while stocks last)
and discount vouchers for Authentic Tea House drink and Tiger Beer.
‘RWS Street Eats’ runs from 3 to 12 May 2019 and is open from 10am to 9pm from Mondays to
Thursdays, and 9am to 10pm from Fridays to Sundays and on Public Holidays.
*Malaysian Food Street will be closed for a private event on 4 May (3pm to 10pm).