Brands Featured

Michelin Bib

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National Media

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Heritage Brand

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Each exhibiting brand has been carefully handpicked to represent the diverse nature of Singapore’s food offering, and are well recognised locally and internationally. Many of them have over 40 years of heritage and offer recipes refined over generations. Few upcoming brands have also been featured, that have received heavy critical acclaim since launch. Makan Singapore looks forward to having you join the event and explore the possibilities of bringing these iconic brands into Vietnam.

Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice

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Curry Rice

Heritage Brand

National Media

Blogger's Favourite

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With a 92-year heritage, this longstanding dish is still highly loved and patroned. Curry rice is a dish made up of braised pork, boiled cabbage, fried onions, and of course, chicken curry.

Pin Wei Chee
Cheong Fun

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Chee Cheong Fun

 

Michelin Bib

Heritage Brand

National Media

Blogger's Favourite

Steamed rice rolls that are silky smooth are hand-rolled as thin as paper, with well-cooked meat encased within the folds; this can be eaten plain, with prawns, char siew or scallop. 

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Tuan Yuan Pork Ribs Soup

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Bak Kut Teh

 

Heritage Brand

National Media

Blogger's Favourite

Authentic old-school Singaporean Bak Kut Teh is a garlicky and peppery thick pork bone broth, paired with white rice, sliced red chilli and soy sauce. 

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Ruji Kitchen

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Fishball Noodles

Michelin Bib

National Media

Blogger's Favourite

 The highly-raved fish balls are made using fresh fish meat minced, kneaded and moulded to form paste, which is then imperfectly separated bit by bit and boiled for just the right amount of time to achieve a bouncy texture with home-made goodness. 

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Geylang Lorong 9 Fresh Frog Porridge

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Frog Porridge

 

   National Media

   Blogger's Favourite

Dry chili frog leg, Ginger Spring Onion Frog Leg and Fried Garlic Frog Leg served with white hot congee to accentuate the flavours for a highly flavourful and satisfying dish.

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Tiong Bahru
Chicken Rice

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Chicken Rice

 

 Michelin Bib

 National Media

 Blogger's Favourite

Chicken rice is considered one of Singapore's national dishes with rice that is cooked in hearty chicken stock, garlic, spring onions, ginger and onion. It is topped with soft, boneless white chicken coupled with tangy chilli and soy sauce.

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Kim's Place Seafood

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Black Pepper Crab

 

Heritage Brand

National Media

Blogger's Favourite

An iconic national go-to dish, chilli crab is a highly acclaimed stir-fried crab dish that is coated with a sweet, savoury, and spicy tomato-based sauce. 

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Blanco Court Beef Noodles

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Beef Noodles

 

 Heritage Brand

 National Media

 Blogger's Favourite

A comfort food for many, beef noodles in Singapore contain delicious slices of beef, stringy noodles in a hot bowl of beef soup.

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Jiu Xiang Xiang

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Roasted Delights

 

Heritage Brand

National Media

Blogger's Favourite

Roasted delights or Roasted Meats is usually comprised of Roast Duck, Roast Pork and Char Siew that requires great skill to master a perfect charred exterior with an inside that is cooked. 

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One Prawn & Co

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Prawn Noodle

 

Young & Upcoming

Blogger's Favourite

Noodles in a spicy umami-laden broth served with shrimp, slices of pork, bean sprouts, and water spinach is prepared expertly by a Michelin-trained founder.

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Pao Fan Paradise

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Pao Fan

 

Blogger's Favourite

A rich and nourishing combination of fried fish soup, porridge, and seafood soup in a bowl, coupled with generous ingredients that are slow-cooked to perfection.

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Tian Xiang Wanton Noodles

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Wanton Noodles

 

Young & Upcoming

Blogger's Favourite

Noodles tossed into a mixture of soy sauce and pork oil, served with sliced char siew, vegetables and dumplings.

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Lim Hai Sheng

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Fried Carrot Cake

 

Heritage Brand

Blogger's Favourite

A universal comfort dish, carrot cake is a radish paste fried up with eggs and pickled vegetables, served with diced spring onions and often cooked in dark sweet sauce for additional sweetness. 

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Tiong Bahru Lor Mee

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Lor Mee

 

Blogger's Favourite

Highly loved by
Singaporeans, Lor Mee is springy noodles with an umami rich thickened gravy paired with fried fish bits or batter, diced garlic, chopped chillies and vinegar.

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Sharoq Khan

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Blogger's Favourite

Sharoq Khan offers Malay-Indian fusion cuisine, inventing recipes that marry the subtle sweetness and sour flavours of the Malay cuisine to the Indian dishes, setting them apart from many competitors in the market.

Indian Malay Fusion

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Nyonya Taste

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Nyonya Zi Char

 

Blogger's Favourite

Zi Char is a hokkien expression that directly translates to "cook and fry"; it is used to described dishes influenced by home-cooked Chinese food meant for sharing while Nyonya Zi Char is a twist with Peranakan influences. 

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Boon Lay Ho Huat

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Heritage Brand 

Blogger's Favourite

Hokkien Mee is one of the best dishes Singapore hawkers have to offer. Thick yellow noodles braised in thick dark soy sauce with pork, squid, fish cake and cabbage burst with flavour.

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Hokkien Mee

Living Wholesome

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Blogger's Favourite

Delicious leicha; fragrant vegetarian rice paired with thick aromatic tea eaten with cai po, wing beans, long beans, cai xim, cabbage and stripes of carrot and beans, sesame seeds.

Thunder Tea Rice

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Hock Kee Fried Oyster

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Oyster Omelette

 

Blogger's Favourite

Oyster omelette also known as "Orh Luak" is a Singaporean Hawker staple. Savory fried oyster with egg and tapioca starch is cooked into a fluffy omelette that is crispy yet soft and juicy, usually accentuated with sweet chilli on the side.

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Siong BBQ

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Blogger's Favourite

Juicy and succulent barbecued seafood consisting of Stingray, Octopus, Fish, Prawns and more is the most sought after feasting cuisine due to its aromatic sambal; a sweet, tangy and spicy chilli paste.

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BBQ Seafood

Ofanz

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Blogger's Favourite

Ofanz Rojak and Popiah offers an array of Singapore-styled appetisers. From the basic Rojak to one with a fruity twist, and traditional Popiah to Sushi Popiah, Ofanz is on the top of the list for a quick taste of local favourites.

Popiah & Rojak

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Kim Hua Guan

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Bak Kwa

 

Heritage Brand

National Media

This is a must-have during Chinese New Year season in Singapore. Delectable marinated minced or sliced pork is grilled over charcoal fire giving a sweet and savoury pull of meat.

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Bedok 511

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Blogger's Favourite

Highly raved Singapore hawker style chicken wings and satay that are slowly grilled over charcoal that includes chicken satay, pork satay, mutton satay and beef satay.

Wing & Satay

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Yuan He Mee

Blogger's Favourite

Crisp Singaporean traditional pancakes (Mee Jian Kueh, 面煎粿). Yuan He Mee Jian Kueh offers a wide range of fillings which ranges from traditional peanut and coconut to extraordinary combinations such as cheese and ham.

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Mee Jian Kueh

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Bowl & Bowl

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Blogger's Favourite

Crowned as Singapore’s first Robot restaurant, Bowl and Bowl, located in Toa Payoh, offers novel Egg Fried Rice stir-fried by robots.

Robot Fried Rice

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Shivam Restaurant

Blogger's Favourite

Serves top Indian Vegetarian food in Singapore. Includes Khaman Dhokla, Batata Vada, Patra, Bhajiya, Methi Na Gota, Gujarati Kadhi and a bevy of sweets made with traditional Gujarati recipe

Indian Vegetarian

Hong Kong Egglet

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Blogger's Favourite

EGGLETS is made up of 30 balls pieces that are cooked together on a special griddle which are crispy outside but tenderly soft inside.

Egglet

Yan Ji Seafood Soup

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Blogger's Favourite

 Touted as one of the best seafood soup stalls in Singapore; a slow and meticulous cooking process that infuses a soup base with rich flavours of seafood.

Seafood Soup

Zi Jia Yong Tau Foo

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Yong Tau Foo

Yong Tau Foo is one of the popular Hakka Chinese dish made by stuffing meat and/or fish paste in tofu and vegetables such as bitter gourd, okra, peppers, eggplants, mushrooms, etc. It can be served in soup or dry with a sweet bean sauce.

Blogger's Favourite

PlayMade

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Bubble Tea

Playmade is the Taiwanese bubble tea brand’s outpost in Singapore since 2017. Our pearls are handmade in-store without the use of additions or any preservatives so everyone can experience how fresh bobas taste. With our focus on using natural, fresh ingredients, that's why our bobas are bouncier, tastier and healthier. From hand-pulped fruits to a homemade fragrant brown sugar caramel, quality raw ingredients are central to our concoctions.

Blogger's Favourite