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When:

Wed Apr 8 2015, 5:00pm–11:00pm
Thu Apr 9 2015, 5:00pm–11:00pm
Fri Apr 10 2015, 4:00pm–11:00pm
Sat Apr 11 2015, 1:00pm–11:00pm
Sun Apr 12 2015, 1:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Bugis Grassland, Tan Quee Lan St, Bugis, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: ngnicole28

World Street Food Congress 2015 by Makansutra

Jamboree Program (8th – 12th April 2015)

8th – 9th April 2015 (Wednesday – Thursday)
5pm- 11pm (Last order at 10:30pm)

10th April 2015 (Friday)
4pm- 11pm (Last order at 10:30pm)

11th – 12th April (Saturday – Sunday)
1pm -11pm (Last order at 10:30pm)

“Dai Pai Dong” Street style Live demos daily from 6pm – 8pm
Live music available daily from 8pm – 10pm

Getting There
Bugis, grassland next to Tan Quee Lan Street
Located within a stone throw’s away from Bugis MRT Station, Parco Bugis, Bugis Plus. We’re at the open grassfield by Tan Quee Lan Street!

World Street Food Jamboree
With the brand new array of 24 stalls from 12 cities from all over the world with offerings rarely seen in Singapore menus, look forward to comfort heritage food around the world, like Nonya Black Satay from Penang, Bolivian BBQ pork & potatoes, Anticuchos, Philippines Sisig, and comfort food from other countries such as USA, while Vietnam and Thailand stalls are back by popular demand. The Jamboree is open to public and boost Masterclass street style demos with free recipes which features chefs like William Wongso, Peter Lloyd and more!

World Street Food Dialogue- Hackathon
Industry thought leaders such as Stephen Werther (The brain behind the upcoming Bourdain Market), Eric Demby (Co-founder of New York’s largest outdoor markets), and a Panel of food professionals from New York University and more will share their insights on topics that that are actionable and allows empowerment. Audience will also be able to experience a open townhall style discussion with the presenters & audience where their voices gets to be heard too.

Pitch Box Session
Attendees are encouraged to pen down their 50 word long ideas on the idea board where relevant ideas will be extracted from and presented to the audience at the hackathon and pitch box session