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Calling all food lovers: Singaporean food festival, burgers, and more

A bowl of claypot laksa, one of Singapore's iconic dishes.
A bowl of laksa, one of Singapore's iconic dishes. Tiberiu Ana/Flickr

Calling all food lovers: Singaporean food festival, burgers, and more

Food lovers should rejoice, for there is much to be had this week. On Friday, Kingdom Breweries is offering drinks and burgers, for people looking for a classic American meal. For hungrier folks, Long After Dark provides three set courses to choose from. Last but not least, for the adventurous looking for something different, why not pop by Café Monivong for a sampling of Singaporean cuisine? There’s something for everyone this week, and your taste buds will definitely be satisfied.

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TGIF FT 99 BOYS
$12 per person including all you can drink from Kingdom’s Taproom and a burger from Mike's Burger and Fries.
Kingdom Breweries, #1758 National Road 5. August 4, 6pm-11pm

SATURDAY NIGHT DINNER PARTY
Three delicious set courses from a new food menu for only $12. Table bookings strongly encouraged, and can be made through Facebook.
Long After Dark, #86 Street 450. August 5, 6:30pm-11:30pm

SINGAPOREAN FOOD FESTIVAL
Discover Singaporean Culinary delights with Chef Edward Chua from Swissotel Merchant Court Singapore and Indian food with Chefs Ayannar, Saroj Yadav and Ganeshan from Dakshin’s Siem Reap.
Cafe Monivong at Raffles. August 10 – 12, 5:30pm-9:30pm

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