Singapore tea festival and other foodie events to experience this September 2018
Excited for the Singapore tea festival? There are more foodie events to look forward to this month.
Singapore has no shortage of foodies as much as it has endless options to choose from. From hawker centres to posh restaurants, gastronomic adventures abound on the island, for locals and tourists alike. This month alone, there’s a wide array of culinary experiences to be had, like the Singapore Tea Festival. Hungry for more fun things to do around the city? Check these out.
Okinawa Summer Fair arrives at Sun with Moon Japanese Dining & Café
Celebrate the vibrant food culture of Okinawa, Japan’s island of longevity, at renowned SUN with MOON Japanese Dining & Café’s Okinawa Summer Fair! Enjoy quintessential Okinawan specialties on the special seasonal menu, which will be sure to transport you to the Japanese subtropical paradise.
Special Seasonal Menu
Date: Now till 12 September 2018
Address: Sun with Moon Japanese Dining & Café 501 Orchard Road, #03-15 Wheelock Place, 03-15/16/17
Get a taste of the latest seasonal local and Thai-inspired ramen and shabu-shabu soup bases, Laksa Tonkotsu and Green Curry, launched exclusively at Ramen Champion Clarke Quay Central.
Diners can enjoy the Laksa Tonkotsu as a ramen soup base topped with black fungus, spring onion, ajitama and beautifully torched belly cha shu, for S$13.80++, and the spicy and piquant Green Curry ramen soup.
Singapore Tea Festival 2018
Singapore Tea Festival (STF) celebrates all things tea with 30 tea and tea-related brands, as well as interactive and educational tea workshops taking place under one roof! Organised by teapasar, the festival will feature four themes of different tea blends such as MODERN BLENDS, CLASSIC BLENDS, teas from BEYOND THE SHORES and even quirky LIFESTYLE brands.
Admission is free.
Date and Time: 21st September 2018 (Friday), 3PM to 10PM
22nd-23rd September 2018 (Saturday-Sunday), 10AM to 10PM
Venue: ION Orchard (Basement 4)
Potato Head Family Unveils Three Buns Quayside’s New Menu
Potato Head Family unveils the first stand-alone Three Buns outlet in Singapore at Robertson Quay. The launch features a newly curated menu with exclusive combinations and popular signatures, as well as a weekend brunch menu and expertly crafted tropical cocktails at Three Buns Quayside.
The menu features five brand-new burgers alongside all-time favourites, as well as mains and bites with Asian influences created exclusively for Quayside, and even a sweet treat between two buns — a good ol’ ice cream sandwich.
THREE BUNS QUAYSIDE
Address: 60 Robertson Quay, #01-01, Singapore 238252
*Closed on Mondays
R&B 巡茶: Unveils Singapore’s First Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cheese Brûlée
The Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cheese Brûlée by R&B 巡茶 features soft and chewy pearls that boast a caramelised note, a coating of brown sugar glaze on the cup, chilled fresh milk, a layer of velvety and savoury cheese cream, and brown sugar bits that are sprinkled and torched to a crisp.
The beverage is currently available at 4 R&B outlets (except Singapore Poly):
Marina Square, 470 Toa Payoh Lorong 6, Oasis Terraces & Marina Bay Sands
Price: Marina Bay Sands – Regular S$5.80 | Large S$6.50 Other outlets – Regular S$4.80
Chengdu Restaurant Launches Autumn- and Winter-Themed Dishes!
Discover Chengdu Restaurant’s brand-new autumn- and winter-themed dishes like the Ice Ball with Whelk, Cold Sliced Pig Trotters with Noodles and Spicy Dip, Homemade Pickled Radish, Spicy Crab and Spicy Pork Ribs.
No visit to a Sichuan restaurant is complete without a mala dish, and Chengdu Restaurant’s Spicy Mala Pot. The quick-fried dish showcases a variety of spices, dried and fresh chillis, potato, luncheon meat, prawn and lotus root.
Available this month.
Bakerzin’s La Brilliance Mooncake Collections
Celebrity Chef Keisuke Takeda launches new concept restaurant
Japanese Ramen King – Keisuke Takeda, introduces yet another Japanese soul food in Singapore with latest concept restaurant, Beef Sukiyaki Don Keisuke.
The restaurant will showcase the unique interpretation of both classic Japanese dishes – Beef Sukiyaki and Gyu Don – made with succulent premium-cut beef, simmered in a special Sukiyaki sauce served atop warm fluffy steamed Koshihikari rice prepared in a traditional Donabe rice cooker. The don is accompanied with side servings of sesame tofu in a Dashi Ankake sauce; savoury Onsen egg; traditional Miso soup; and assorted pickles.
The Beef Sukiyaki Don will come in two variations; signature premium Beef Sukiyaki Don (S$13.90++), topped with US Prime Beef, a Chuck Eye Roll, and Kiwami Wagyu Sukiyaki Don (S$29.90++), with a generous serving of Yonezawa Beef A4.
Beef Sukiyaki Don Keisuke, located at Onze @ Tanjong Pagar, launches officially in Singapore on Monday, 24 September 2018.