The Clarke Quay Food Street opened with Minister for Trade and Industry, Mr Lim Hng Kiang, gracing the event. In the opening ceremony, the VIPs placed different food items, representative of the different Chinese dialect groups, into a steamboat.
The whole Read Bridge was transformed into a food street with more than 30 food stalls! As the night grew, the crowds swelled and made this perfect for people watching. Camera-toting foodies, curious tourists, young clubbers, energetic students, aunty aunties and people decked to the nines made this a melting pot of people.
Yes, the force was strong.
We succumbed to...
Traditional Hainanese Kuehs!
Chicken Rice Ball & Fried Ngoh Hiang!
Fried Carrot Cake!
Bell Puri! My first time trying this but I really like it! The texture was coarse and grainy (like cereal) due to the puffed rice and with onions, tomatoes and 5 chutneys mixed in, it had a very fresh flavour with depth!
Hakka Yam Abacus Seeds!
Prata & Satay!
Plastic Crabs! Err..I meant Cold Crabs wrapped in plastic (hygenic mah!).
Hakka Black Glutinous Kueh! Very interesting. Slightly sweet, toasty, glutinous flour scent and dried orange peel taste.
Traditional Chinese Sweets & Cakes!
Hakka Chicken with Wine Lees!
Hurry as it ends this Saturday!
Clarke Quay Food Street
16th-24th July 2010
Chew On This: To purchase any food or drink at the Clarke Quay Food Street, purchase a Kopitiam stored-value card at the counter. Cash is not accepted at all stalls.