After 2 years of being dormant during the pandemic, Art X Social Festival Village is back with a vengeance! It boasts an expansive assemblage of art and craft retail booths, workshops, roving performances, and the most important aspect of this event for our readers… the food!
Running as part of the Light to Night Festival 2023, this large outdoor festival will be housing tons of different food stalls.
Foodies can indulge in a wide selection of gastronomical delights while admiring the various light projections/artworks by local and international artists.
If you’re head over heels for anything with truffle and mentaiko, visit Bishoku at Empress Lawn booth 9. They offer a variety of items served on sticks (just like lok lok), and are either topped with luscious truffle aioli or mentaiko mayo— how fancy!
Big Big Fries will be making a special appearance. They’re not your regular-sized french fries served at fast food joints— they’re 25cm long hand-cut giants!
That’s not all, these babies are zhuzhed up with various fancy toppings like seaweed mayo, smokehouse barbeque and special sauce (sweet & tangy glaze covered with layer of pork floss).
Peeps who enjoy eating healthier can check out smol, which serves a variety of delightful grain and pasta bowls with proteins like salmon and chicken. Vegan and low-carb options are also available.
Those who like hawker fare can flock to O Changi Ten Mile Carrot Cake for some delicious carrot cake. “Psst!”, a little birdie even told me that you can get their special mentaiko fried carrot cake here.
Other food vendors include Naga House, Stand Banh Mi, Paknini, Quicky SG, and much more.
Art X Social Festival Village will be running at St. Andrew’s Road and Empress Lawn from 6pm to 12am for only 2 weekends: 6-7 Jan and 13-14 Jan 2023. Admission is free, don’t miss it!
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