Ignite your tastebuds with What’s Supp’s Singaporean Supper!
As if we weren’t all partied out after the national day celebrations, this weekend brings the arrival of Singapore’s Night Festival; one of the biggest events in the Singapore arts calendar. As usual, the event promises to be a wondrous occasion with amazing art installations and spectacular performances. In conjunction with the night festival, Kueh Kakis will be hosting a Singaporean supper offering us a contemporary, creative takes on some well-loved supper staples. Over the four nights, the rooftop of the National Design Centre will be converted into a pop- up kopitiam where we can expect some delicious delights and tasty treats served up from eight creative chefs and bartenders.
The experts behind the Red Baron will be giving us a modern take on Maggi Goreng using wonder grain quinoa while Sassy’s favourite cocktail spot the Secret Mermaid are serving up their unique take on Milo Peng with an addition of homemade chai and bitter infused chocolate vodka.
If the thought of creative cocktails wasn’t enough to tickle the taste buds newcomers Oden-ya is offering a Japanese take on Yong Tau Foo which promises to be utterly divine! Paper Crane on the other hand will be giving classic chicken and rice the ultimate revamp with roulade of tender chicken and garlic infused rice topped with tangy homemade chilli sauce. Joining in the festivities will be local celebrity chef, Jeremy Nugee who will be debuting his new-to-market gourmet rempah brand, Batu Lesong Spice Co. Jeremy, will be giving us a taster of this fabulous range and you can sample his sauteed beef dosed in rendang sauce, topped with crispy onions in a toasted hot dog bun… YUM!
So what are you waiting for? Save the date and get sampling these exciting eats!
All the details!
What: What’s Supp will be running over two weekends on 21 to 22 August and 28 to 29 August from 6pm to 11pm
Where: National Design Centre Rooftop
How Much: Admission is free!