Get ready for the biggest street food season, that is held in Singapore from 8 to 12 April. This is something a great news for the street food lovers to trying out some of the best roadside food around the world. It’s the second season of the World Street Food Congress (WFSC) and the ambassador of Singapore’s food is KF Seetoh, who is also present there.

The season is organized by Makansutra and supported by Singapore Tourism Board. The event is conducting in the open field at the intersection of Rochor Road and North Bridge Road. It’s a little bit smaller venue as compared to previous place at the F1 Pit Building and Paddock, however, it had been chosen for its accessibility and visibility. Mr, KF Seetoh said that,

“Last time it was too spread out. This is a much cosier location that will offer a richer experience”.

When you will taste these delectable dishes, such as crispy seafood pancakes from Vietnam, fried oyster omelettes from Thailand, fried anchovies from New York and truffle-roasted suckling pig from The Philippines, with no doubt by licking your lips after taste all these mouthwatering street foods at this fare.

There are 23 stalls from 12 countries around the world. Mr. Keetoh added,

“Anyone can just drop in and prices for dishes will start at S$4.50 and run up to about S$12”.

Note that, the stalls will not accept cash, people can pay by NETS, Flash pay or by purchasing coupons.

“This is the year for us to really recognise and own the dishes that Singapore can proud of. Besides the exhibition, we will put recipes and vedios online and have pop-up cooking demostrations”

explained by Mr. Seetoh.

Here is the countries list along with their street food, which are invited to this event:


Anticucho (skewered meat with boiled potatoes) from Restaurant Gutsu.


Litti choka from D K Litti Corner, Aloo tikki and golgappe from Mangala Chaat, gulab jamun and puri sabji from Pradeep Sweets.


Soto ayam from Ambengan Pak Sadi, ayam taliwang from Taliwang Bersaudara and many more.


Black satay and kerabu salad from Tuck Nyonya Catering, penang apom manis from Ravindran Supramaniam.

The Philippines

Lechon stuffed with white truffle oil paella from Pepita’s Kitchen, pampango sisig from Bale Dutung Sisig.


Chai tao kueh from Chey Sua Carrot Cake, Halal Satay bee hoon from Alhambra Padang Satay Stall.


Fried oyster omelette from Hoy Tord Chao Lay.

United States

Kinilaw and chicken inasal taco with fried chicken skin from East Side King, churro sundae drizzled with gula melaka from Churro Locos.


Banh xeo from Banchan 38.