15 gourmet noms you can only get at Singapore’s Great Food Festival – including a crab burger by Iron Chef Cat Cora

 

Wagyu Beef Short Rib with Lychee in Red Curry Sauce, one of the gourmet dishes available at the Great Food Festival.
Resorts World Sentosa

You’ll have a chance to snag food cooked by Michelin-starred chefs on a non-astronomical budget at the Great Food Festival .

Celebrity chefs will be selling over 40 exclusive dishes that aren’t available anywhere else in the world at the festival taking place at Singapore’s Resorts World Sentosa from September 27 to 30.

These dishes are event-exclusive, created from collaborations between international and Singaporean celebrity chefs – meaning they won’t be on any restaurant menus.

Each dish will cost about SG$20, but a gourmet meal at a Michelin starred restaurant can easily go up to SG$2,397.

We rounded up 15 of the tastiest-looking dishes in advance:

Stuffed suckling pig with white cabbage – by CURATE

Scallop with black truffle and fermented oxtail jus – by Richard Oostenbrugge

Wagyu Tokyo curry –  by Syun

Chicken with soy noodles – by Tangerine

Braised Kurobuta pork belly in steamed buns – by Forest森

Coconut textures – by Forest森

Tuna tataki with Italian dipping sauce and pistachio crumble – by Fratelli Trattoria

Crab cake sliders with squid ink buns – by Ocean Restaurant

Foie gras with pineapple textures, vanilla, and coriander – by Osia Steak and Seafood Grill

Oyster with lychee, vodka and sea water – by Osia Steak and Seafood Grill

Pumpkin soup with green tea ice cream and boston lobster – by TEPPAN by Chef Yonemura

Foie gras, tile fish and risotto nuts in consomme – by TEPPAN by Chef Yonemura

Singapore chili crab with sakura ebi and spring onion pancake – by Tunglok Heen

Sparkling frozen yoghurt – by Sessions

Amazing Frozen – by Sessions

Apart from the gourmet food and dessert, there will also be baking workshops, wine appreciation, and a medieval dining hall where people can feast like royalty.